Thor (band)

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Thor
OriginVancouver, Canada
GenresHard rock
Heavy metal
Glam metal
Glam rock
Power metal
Garage rock
Years active1978
1983–1986
1997–present
Websitethorcentral.com
Members
Jon Mikl Thor
Steve Price
Mike Favata
Past members
Pantera (Rusty Hamilton)
Keith Zazzi
Ani Kyd

Thor is a heavy metal band from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Line-up[change | change source]

  • Jon Mikl Thor - vocals
  • John Leibel - guitar
  • Ted Jedlicki - bass
  • Tom Croxton - drums
  • Matt McNallie - guitar
  • Matt Hamilton - guitar

Discography[change | change source]

Albums[change | change source]

    • Thor-Body Rock (1973)
    • Keep the Dogs Away (1977, 30th anniversary re-release 2009)
    • Electric Eyes (1979, release 2017)
    • Only the Strong (1985)
    • Live in Detroit (1985, re-release 2009)
    • Recruits – Wild in the Streets (1986)
    • The Edge of Hell (1986) (credited as Tritonz)
    • Thunderstruck: Tales from the Equinox (1998)
    • Dogz II (2000)
    • Triumphant (2002)
    • Mutant (2003)
    • Beastwomen from the Center of the Earth (2004)
    • Thor Against the World (2005)
    • Devastation of Musculation (2006)
    • Into the Noise (2008)
    • Steam Clock (2009)
    • Sign of the V (2009)
    • The Guardian (2010)
    • Soundtrack from the movie THOR - The Rock Opera (2011)
    • Thor's Teeth (2012, Special edition vinyl)
    • Thor – Thunderstryke (2012)
    • Thor – Thunderstryke II (2013)
    • Metal Avenger (2015, compilation)
    • Aristocrat of Victory (2013)
    • Bugs Bunny Dressed as a Girl (2013)
    • Only the Strong Deluxe Edition (2014)
    • Metal Avenger (2015)
    • Beyond the Pain Barrier (2017)
    • Christmas in Valhalla (2018)
    • Hammer of Justice (2019)

EPs[change | change source]

  • Muscle Rock (1977) (Credited as Thor & the Imps)
  • Gladiator (1979)
  • Striking Viking (1980)
  • Unchained (1983)
  • Odin Speaks (2001) (Split with Thor & the Ass Boys)

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