Chris Resch, former lead singer for the California metal band PANDEMONIUM - which released three albums on the Metal Blade label in the 1980s - died on August 24, 2007 at his home in Fairbanks, Alaska. He was 48 years old.
According to the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, Resch, 48, who did painting and drywall work in recent years, pursued dreams of a music career in the early 1980s with his brothers David and Eric. The Resch brothers had grown up around music in Fairbanks, where their parents - Dorothy Resch and the late Dave Resch - owned the Upper Limits club on Second Avenue.
They formed PANDEMONIUM and played in many clubs and concerts in the Los Angeles area for a decade, releasing three albums over the years: 1983's "Heavy Metal Soldiers", 1985's "Hole in the Sky" and 1988's "The Kill".
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