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Attackhead Band Members

Attackhead is a Southern California based thrash metal band comprised of Mark Chapman (Lead Vocals, Lead guitar), George Portoulas (Lead guitar, Backing vocals), Eddie "Munster" Ellis (Bass, Backing vocals), and Steve Cordero (Drums).

Attackhead released their first EP in 2004 titled "Destruction and Pain". Attackhead then self-released its full length debut CD titled “Voices in the dark” in early 2008 and its songs received radio airplay on over 50 Internet and Terrestrial stations worldwide, from the UK, Canada, Belgium and Greece to Mexico, Germany and Argentina.

Attackhead's intense playing and dark themes have led to endorsements by Tsunami Cables, Coffin Case, Spear Guitars,TRX Cymbals, Jim Dunlop, Skulldust clothing, SKB cases, Coldcock herbal whiskey and Electro Voice.

In April 2010 Attackhead returned to the studio to record a revised version of "Voices in the Dark". The new recording contained two new tracks along with better production. The album was mixed and mastered at Buzzbomb Soundlabs in Southern California and re-released in July 2011.The vinyl version of the album was later released in early 2012.

The bands trademark is fiery interplay and seamless mix between the electric guitars of Chapman and Portoulas, the fast hands of drummer Steve Cordero and the crushing grooves of bassist Eddie "Munster" Ellis.

Along with our regular shows and international tours Attackhead has performed for the US military on numerous occasions. Attackhead has done free shows for the Army, Navy, Marines and the local USO. Attackhead supports the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, the Wounded Warrior Project, the Melanoma Research Foundation and Fallen Blue.

Attackhead tours extensively in the United States and Worldwide. Attackhead has performed alongside metal legends Anthrax, Motorhead, Testament, Morbid Angel, Exodus, Heathen and many others. Attackhead has been featured in numerous magazines and webzines worldwide. Attackhead's song "Dark Ritual" is featured in a indie short film out of the UK titled "Killzone" which was released in Sept 2011.