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Howie Pyro

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Birth name  Howard Kusten
Role  Bass player
Name  Howie Pyro

Instruments  Bass guitar
Occupation(s)  Musician
Genres  Punk rock, Heavy metal
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Associated acts  Danzig The Blessed D Generation
Music groups  D Generation, Danzig (2000 – 2002)
Albums  I Luciferi, Live on the Black Hand Side, No Lunch, Through the Darkness, D Generation
Similar People  Todd Youth, Steve Zing, John Christ, Eerie Von, Chuck Biscuits

Walter lure and howie pyro of the blessed live at the mudd club in new york city


Howie Pyro (born Howard Kusten) on 28 June 1960 is a bass player. He is a founding member of both The Blessed and D Generation.

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He was a DJ at Green Door parties. He is the host of Intoxica Radio with Howie Pyro, an internet radio show where he plays, "50's and 60's rock and roll, psycho surf, garage, rockabilly, hillbilly horrors, voodoo r & b, insane instrumentals, religious nuts, and teenage hell music." Pyro was also friends with Sid Vicious and was one of the last people to see the former Sex Pistols bassist alive, was there the night he died from a heroin overdose.

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With The Blessed

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  • Deep Frenzy/American Bandstand (1979)
  • With Freaks

    Howie Pyro Cutting Room Floor Howie Pyro YouTube
  • "Pippi Skelter: A Rock Opera in Five Movements" (1988)
  • "In Sesurround" (1989)
  • With D Generation

  • No Way Out - Single - (1993)
  • Re-released in 1994 and 1996.
  • Wasted Years - Single - (1993)
  • No God / Degenerated - Single - (1994)
  • D Generation - (1994)
  • No Lunch - (1996)
  • She Stands There - Single - (1996)
  • Capital Offender - Single - (1997)
  • Prohibition - EP - (1998)
  • Helpless - Single - (1998)
  • Re-released in 1999.
  • Through The Darkness - (1999)
  • Nothing Is Anywhere (album)-(2016)-(Bastard Basement Records)
  • with Joey Ramone

  • "Christmas Spirit... In My House" (2002)
  • with Genesis P. Orridge / Splinter Test

  • Electric Newspaper: Issue Four (1997)
  • With Danzig

  • Live on the Black Hand Side - (2001)
  • I Luciferi - (2002)
  • References

    Howie Pyro Wikipedia


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