BLIND ILLUSION Live At San Francisco's TIDAL WAVE Festival (Video)
Video footage of BLIND ILLUSION's July 25, 2010 performance at the 2010 edition of the Tidal Wave free outdoor metal festival at John McLaren Park's Jerry Garcia Amphitheater in San Francisco, California can be viewed below.
BLIND ILLUSION is an American band that was part of the Bay Area thrash metal scene. Formed in 1979 by lead guitarist and chief songwriter Marc Biedermann, the group had an extremely unstable lineup (Biedermann being the only constant member) and went through a few stylistic changes in its early years.
BLIND ILLUSION's debut studio album, "The Sane Asylum", was released in 1988.
After leaving BLIND ILLUSION, bassist Les Claypool and guitarist Larry LaLonde went on to form the alternative psychedelic funk metal band PRIMUS.
Biedermann reformed BLIND ILLUSION in 2009 and on July 7, 2010 the band released its sophomore album, "Demon Master".
BLIND ILLUSION 2010 is:
Marc Biedermann - Lead/Rhythm Guitar, Lead Vocals
Danny Harcourt - Bass
Robert Nystrom - Drums
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