NASTY SAVAGE rose to popularity in the mid-1980s primarily due to lead vocalist “Nasty” Ronnie Galetti’s over-the-top stage performances (in early shows Ronnie would smash television sets over his head). After landing a deal with Metal Blade Records, the band released three full-length albums and an EP between 1985 and 1989. NASTY SAVAGE split up a short time later and played some reunion shows in the late 1990s before officially reforming in late 2002.
NASTY SAVAGE’s “comeback” album, “Psycho Psycho”, was released in Europe in March 2004 through Metal Blade Records. The CD contained 12 songs in total, including a new version of the demo classic “Savage Desire”.