Holy Danger
Holy Danger

Eugene, Oregon, United States


Heavy metal, Thrash metal

Years active:



Dragon Slayer

Associated Acts:

Tourniquet, Echo Hollow, Saint, 2050, 2050Bells, Cripple Need Cane, Talking Snakes

Former Members:

Guy Ritter
Dee Harrington
Avery Kramer
Darbey Budd
Gary Lenaire

Holy Danger was a short-lived heavy metal band that began in 1985 and swiftly ended in 1987, but not before recording three releases. The band formed out of Eugene, Oregon in the United States.

History Edit

The band began in 1985, with Guy Ritter forming the project at the age of 19.[1] Ritter hired Avery Kramer on Bass and Darbey Budd on Drums.

The band ended in 1987.

Members Edit

Last Known Lineup

  • Guy "Chuck Pepper" Ritter - Vocals, Rhythm Guitars (1985-1986)
  • Dee Harington - Guitars (1985-1986)
  • Avery G. Kramer - Bass (1985-1986)
  • Darbey Budd - Drums, Percussion (1985-1986)


  • Gary Lenaire - Guitars (1985-1986)

Discography Edit

Studio Album

  • One Way (1886)


  • I Wanna Rock / The Code Word is Go (1985)


  • Demo (1986)

References Edit

  1. Walker, Todd (April 10, 2007). "Heaven's Metal Exclusive: Guy Ritter Interview". HM Magazine. Retrieved on June 27, 2018.
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