Quiet Riot

Quiet Riot

Quiet Riot is an american heavy metal band, whose 1983 chart topping success helped pave the way for the glam metal scene`s next decade of commercial prominence. They are best known for their Metal Health album, which displaced Michael Jackson’s Thriller album from the #1 chart spot. They were founded in 1975 by guitarist Randy Rhoads ( later with Ozzy Osbourne) with the original lineup featuring Kevin DuBrow (whose Steve Marriott influenced vocals powered most of their hits), as well as Kelly Garni (bass) and Drew Forsyth (drums).

Vintage Magazines with Quiet Riot

Screamer Magazine March 1994

Screamer Magazine March 1994
Issue: March 1994. Featuring: Rob Zombie of White Zombie. Also Included Scorpions, Damn the Machine, Mr. Big, My Sister's Machine, Shotgun Messiah, Eleven, Mutha's Day Out, Type O Negative, Crowbar, Life of Agony and Much More.

Screamer Magazine January 1994

Screamer Magazine January 1994
Issue: January 1994. Featuring: Pearl Jam, Aerosmith, Metallica, Guns N' Roses and Stone Temple Pilots. Also Included VAI, Fight, WASP, Cathedral, Blue Murder, Deep Purple, Brother Cane and Much More.

Screamer Magazine March 1993

Screamer Magazine March 1993
Issue: March 1993. Featuring: Ted Nugent and Dave Mustaine. Also Included Arcade, Stone Temple Pilots, Biohazard, DRI, Fear Factory, Metallica, Guns N' Roses and Much More.

Screamer Magazine September 1991

Screamer Magazine September 1991
Issue: September 1991. Featuring: LA Guns. Also Included Guns N' Roses, Skid Row, Armored Saint, Dangerous Toys, Nuclear Assault, Overkill, Screaming Jets, Suicidal Tendencies, The Scream, White Trash, XYZ and Much More

Screamer Magazine June 1989

Screamer Magazine June 1989
Issue: June 1989. Featuring: Warrant. Also Included WASP, Mr. Big, Skid Row, Queensryche, Little Caesar, Vixen, Dark Angel and Much More.

Screamer Magazine December 1988

Screamer Magazine December 1988
Issue: December 1988. Featuring: Quiet Riot. Also Included Pretty Boy Floyd, Animal, The Word, Precious Metal, Nuclear Assault and Much More.

Screamer Magazine February 1988

Screamer Magazine February 1988
Issue: February 1988. Featuring: LA Guns. Also Included Guns N' Roses, Racer X, Hans Naughty, Keel, St. Valentine and Much More.

Articles with Quiet Riot

QUIET RIOT – And The Band Raged On

Quiet Riot is back and creating a lot of noise! With the recent release of their 13th studio album Road Rage and the addition of frontman James Durbin, Quiet Riot maintains their signature sound with a fresh curve to deliver above and beyond everyone’s expectations, being dubbed as one of the best records they have… Read more »


QUIET RIOT – Road Rage

Quiet Riot is ready to make some noise once again with the release of their 13th studio album titled Road Rage, set to be released on August 4, 2017. Known for being the first metal band to top the pop charts, Quiet Riot has experienced many successes and their fair share of tragedy.  After numerous changes… Read more »


Quiet Riot album “Road Rage” featuring new singer James Durbin to release August 4, 2017

QUIET RIOT is a rock & roll phenomenon. Famously known as the first heavy metal band to top the pop charts, the Los Angeles quartet became a global sensation thanks to their monsterous smash hit album, 1983’s “Metal Health”. That album topped the Billboard album charts for several months and the follow up album, “Condition… Read more »


QUIET RIOT To Re-Record New Album “Road Rage” With New Lead Vocalist James Durbin

Following the departure of singer Seann Nicols from QUIET RIOT, both Frontiers Music Srl and band leader Frankie Banali have made the joint decision to delay the release of the new QUIET RIOT record “Road Rage“ until later this summer.   Both the band and label feel that in order to truly represent QUIET RIOT’s… Read more »


New QUIET RIOT Album “Road Rage” April 21, 2017

Frontiers Music Srl is pleased to announce the release of QUIET RIOT‘s anticipated new studio album entitled “Road Rage” on April 21, 2017. Famously known as the first heavy metal band to top the pop charts, the Los Angeles quartet became a global sensation thanks to their monstrous smash hit 1983 album, “Metal Health.” The… Read more »


BulletBoys Kick Off Summer 2014 Tour in L.A.

They’re back in action and as Smooth as ever; the BulletBoys, featuring Mark Torien still commanding the front line, are kicking off a summer tour and the first dozen or so dates begin with Quiet Riot, Faster Pussycat and former Guns n’ Roses guitarist Gilby Clarke in Southern California. Getting on a nostalgia bill with… Read more »


JIZZY PEARL – Putting Love/Hate To Bed

Love/Hate rose to fame in the early ‘90s with vocalist Jizzy Pearl at the helm. Their debut album, Blackout in the Red Room received the title Best Album of the Year in both Kerrang! and Metal Hammer magazines, backed by the success of singles Why Do You Think They Call it Dope? and She’s An… Read more »


Quiet Riot to Perform with Bret Michaels at Chesaning Showboat Festival

Quiet Riot, the LA born hard rock band, has continued a legacy in the genre of rock and roll since establishing their musical art form in the early 1980’s. With consistent airplay, MTV video plays and international touring that was showcased in every major magazine worldwide for decades, the band’s footprint is forever embedded into… Read more »


FRANKIE BANALI – NAMM 2013 Interview [Video]

Interview with Frankie Banali of Quiet Riot at the 2013 NAMM show.  Banali talks about the 30th anniversary of Metal Health, Quiet Riot Documentary and Quiet Riot. For more information about Frankie Banali vist: http://www.frankiebanali.net/ http://www.facebook.com/frankiebanali https://twitter.com/FrankieBanali


Screamer Magazine March 1994

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