Jun 022016
 

Jimmy P Brown_2016Deliverance/Jupiter VI frontman Jimmy P. Brown II has recently launched a video channel on You Tube, in the 1st video Jimmy answers several questions about Member History of Deliverance as listed on Wikipedia… and in the 2nd one he answers more email questions and talks about the Big D catalog… Both videos (below) take some time to fully watch them, so sit down, relax and enjoy.

Deliverance was founded by Jimmy P. Brown II in 1985, many members have either stayed in the lineup for a number of years, or left and returned to the lineup. Jimmy P. Brown II has been the only persistent member of Deliverance. Initially, the band played thrash metal band which later shifted more towards heavy metal and progressive metal. Continue reading »

May 022016
 

Deliverance_2016_ddcDeliverance/Jupiter VI frontman Jimmy P. Brown has recently launched a video channel on You Tube, in his 2nd video he has a phone conversation with George Ochoa (Deliverance/Worldview). They discuss the past and future of Deliverance. Watch the video below.

Deliverance was founded by Jimmy P. Brown II in 1985, many members have either stayed in the lineup for a number of years, or left and returned to the lineup. Jimmy P. Brown II has been the only persistent member of Deliverance. Initially, the band played thrash metal band which later shifted more towards heavy metal and progressive metal. Continue reading »

Feb 232016
 

Deliverance.logoVeteran metallers Deliverance are confirmed to play this years Exodo Festival. This will be their first time in Mexico. The festival will be held next month, 24 – 26 March. More information visit Exodo‘s website.

Deliverance was founded by Jimmy P. Brown II in 1985, many members have either stayed in the lineup for a number of years, or left and returned to the lineup. Jimmy P. Brown II has been the only persistent member of Deliverance. Initially, the band played thrash metal band which later shifted more towards heavy metal and progressive metal.

Never say die! Deliverance, the veteran thrash band who’s styling’s also have taken them into progressive and alternative territories have opted to regroup once again with a new line up that finds former guitarist George Ochoa returning to the fold. Led by mainman and guitarist/vocalist Jimmy P. Brown II, this latest incarnation also features former Tourniquet bassist Victor Macias and former Crucified drummer Jim Chaffin. Following the release of their last album, “Hear What I Say” in 2013, the Big D was said to be all but finished and headed for retirement. However, speaking with Jimmy Brown at a private Christmas party on Dec. 13th. at guitarist George Ochoa‘s home in California, it was revealed to The Metal Priest that only the previous lineup has been disbanded and that Deliverance in one form or another, will probably never end. Continue reading »

Feb 222015
 

Chris Hyde (Drums)As previously reported, Chris Hyde aka DrJekyl former drummer of Vengeance Rising (1991) and Deliverance (1985–1990) has died last wednesday (feb. 18) at age 50. Here is another post by Deliverance frontman Jimmy Brown about our brother Chris Hyde.

‘Memories have been flooding over the past few days since Chris’ passing… Brian Khairullah and I spent hours on the phone the other day as well as countless others… But Brian and I knew Chris so well as we were with each other 4/5 days a week for several years… So many stories, but I have to share these because they are quite amusing…’

‘So, in 1986, I began to tell Chris, Brian and Larry that we needed to go in another direction musically. I showed them two new songs I had written “Attack” and “Stand Up and Fight”. Continue reading »

Feb 202015
 

Chris Hyde 2013As previously reported, Chris Hyde aka DrJekyl former drummer of Vengeance Rising (1991) and Deliverance (1985–1990) has died wednesday at age 50. Here is a beautiful post by Deliverance frontman Jimmy Brown about our brother Chris Hyde.

‘I met Chris Hyde in 1985 when auditioning drummers to start a band. Chris showed up to my parents house with this huge double bass Gretsch kit and Paiste cymbals. Before he even played, I was like “he’s in!” LOL… He told me he played in the band Holy Soldier, but had recently left the band and was looking for something new… We warmed up with a Stryper song, then I asked if he knew anything secular. We both cowardly admitted that we like Sabbath. So I broke into Mob Rules, and Chris followed suit and just owned it!’

‘We met again except this time, I showed him my own material. Without even planning it, Chris just started coming over and we would jam. We played our first show, only 3 songs. We opened for a band called 99 Times. We didn’t have a name, so we went out under the name “anointed”. We later changed the name to Deliverance, and away we went…’

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