Jet Black Factory United States


Formed in 1985 by vocalist/songwriter Dave Willie and guitarist Bob German, Nashville's Jet Black Factory quickly won acclaim for their powerful live shows and a dark-hued, somber sound that won the band comparisons to the Doors and the Velvet Underground. With bassist Phil Jones and drummer Jim Dye, the band released its first recording, the six-song Days Like This, in 1986 on its own 391 Records imprint. The six-song EP Duality followed in 1987. Ralph Pierce replaced Jones on bass, and a second guitarist, Roy Anderson, was added to the mix.

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