Betrayal (3)

Originally, a Christian thrash metal quintet from Van Nuys, California. Formed in 1988, though they disbanded by 1994. Technically, they formed from the ashes of Martyr, also a thrash metal band from Van Nuys, CA. In 1999, member Marcus N. Colon revived the project on his own and released "Leaving Nevermore" that same year. It was a more of an industrial metal album effort with gothic metal influences. In 2001, a nostalgic demo compilation entitled "The Passing Of Time" was released in small numbers. The self-produced comp. had selected demo tracks by both Martyr and Betrayal. A second (solo return) full-length Betrayal album arrived in 2002. It was titled as "In Remembrance Of Me". It was released on the 'Black and White' label, as the other two prior releases. Nothing has been heard from the artist or label since the last album.


Betrayal (3) - Renaissance By Death album art Betrayal (3) Renaissance By Death (Album) Wonderland US 1991 Sell This Version
Betrayal (3) - The Passing album art Betrayal (3) The Passing (Album) Wonderland USA, Canada & UK 1993 Sell This Version
0001 Betrayal (3) - Leaving Nevermore album art Betrayal (3) Leaving Nevermore(CD, Album) Black And White Records (11) 0001 US 1999 Sell This Version
0003 Betrayal (3) - In Remembrance Of Me album art Betrayal (3) In Remembrance Of Me(CD, Album) Black And White Records (11) 0003 US 2002 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

9011711297 Betrayal (3) - Fear Be Gone album art Betrayal (3) Fear Be Gone(Cass, Single) Wonderland 9011711297 US 1992 Sell This Version


0002 Betrayal (3) - The Passing Of Time album art Martyr / Betrayal (3) Martyr / Betrayal (3) - The Passing Of Time(CD-ROM, Comp, Enh, RM) Black And White Records (11) 0002 US 2001 Sell This Version


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June 26, 2012
edited about 1 year ago
Personally added "The Passing Of Time" retrospective compilation, originally released in 2001. Was only a promo (it seems) released exclusively on the Black And White Records (11) label, the same label as the 1999 release "Leaving Nevermore" and the later 2002 album release. Some copies were signed by all members involved with the project in very small unknown quantities, apparently. Personal copy of the CD purchased, was actually signed. Here is an older nostalgia page to look at below (Thrash years only). Thanks!

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