Heavy metal quartet from the Houston, TX, suburb of Pasadena. Reportedly formed in 1983, Mox Nix somehow parlayed their small local following and a well-recorded cassette demo (1984's six-track All Access) into a deal with France's Axe Killer Records, which released the band's first and ultimately only album in 1985. This self-titled affair featured Johnny Duff (vocals), Bruce Tousinau (guitar), Robert Fernandez (bass), and Joe Vernagallo (drums) performing a rather unremarkable style of American metal with hard rock tendencies. However, the album went virtually unnoticed within the metal community at large, Mox Nix were quickly dropped, and their next label went bankrupt before the completion of a proposed second album to be called Red Planet, leading to their breakup.
Viewing All | Mox-Nix



7023 Mox-Nix - Mox-Nix album art Mox-Nix Mox-Nix (Album) Axe Killer Records 7023 France 1986 Sell This Version


none Mox-Nix - All Access / Demo Tape album art Mox-Nix All Access / Demo Tape Not On Label none US 1985 Sell This Version