Some years ago some bands were attacked by a force greater than our earthly minds can comprehend. They were broken up and left bleeding in the fifth dimension and would be oblivious to this attack. And from their other dimensional ashes the PPTA arose like a rocket ship searing to the skies to challenge the gods themselves!!
Its fuel tanks filled with highly flammable THRASH METAL designed for speed and aggression when ignited. For this world is PPTA’s arena and all that does not thrash madly about already must adapt or be slammed into the ropes until they submit. Gggnnnnnnnn…..aaaaaaaaaaaaah! In 2011 PPTA invaded the studio known as the Blast furnace and there from super heated steel they hammered and blasted a their debut album into existence and was called: BEATEN BROKEN BLEEDING
On the 20th of November 2015 – Ultimate Aike was pounded into the ground on stage by the evil Tiger Nima Singh and took over his vocals.
On the 12th of October 2016 – Tiger Nima Singh was murdered by an unknown aggressor and drowned in a large bucket of ice.
The 1st of July 2017 Mad Dog Marcel joined the ranks of the PPTA as vocalist.
The 10th of March 2020 Stone Cold Tommie left the band in pursuit of his dreams of eating mushroom soup all day long. It might have been a side effect of Corona induced hallucination fueled nightmares.
The 9th of June 2021 Wildman Wilfred officially joined our ranks as the new drummer. (Up to that point, he had been rehearsing with the band for several months)
The 2nd album – BLEEDING FOR A LIVING will be released the end of July 2021
PPTA plays a bay area thrash style that will knock out the fillings in your teeth and leave you flattened by the G forces generated by its speed!
Mad Dog Marcel : Vocals (Sad Iron / ex Seven Steps of Denial)
Ravishing Tom Rude: Guitar (Forever Mortal / ex Chainsaw / ex Reviver)
Leon Of Doom: Guitar (ex Last Fear / Cacatory / Chainsaw)
Wildman Wilfred: Drums(ex Procreation)
Cactus Don aka Donkind aka Don Love: Bass (Chainsaw / SwampCult)
More information on PPTA: www.wrestlemetal.com Home of the PPTA