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Martin Andrew (v,b) – also in Beowulf (aka Warhorse) and Scoundrel
Dave Clark (v)
– Fomred in 1979 by Steve Macdougal. Martin Andrew joined in 1981 as a bass player and took over lead vocals when Dave Clark left Heretic in 1982.
– Toured across the country several times on their own vans. Loads of interesting details about life on the road (and life in general so to speak) of a young Metal band in Britain in the early 1980s can be found on the book “Nobody Said It Was Easy: A Rock-n-Roll Journey” by frontman Martin Andrews.
– Martin moved to Canada in the late 1980s and a few years later he started a career as an actor/entertainer with several projects on his CV from live musicals to TV shows, documentaries and films. He also toured the world as “Rod Stewart” on a Rod Stewart tribute band.
– Heretic appeared on the following compilations:
“The Bridge Album” (LP, Bridge Records, 1982) with ‘In Time’
“A Bolt From The Black” (LP, Thunderbolt, 1984) with ‘Watch Me Grow’
1. Fever Of Love
2. Watch Me Grow
Burnt At The Stake
12″ Thunderbolt (1984) THBE-1004
1. Water Of Vice
2. Keep On Telling Those Lies
3. Fever Of Love
4. Watch Me Grow