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Boulder (band)

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Boulder (band)

Origin Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Genres Heavy metal, hard rock
Labels Tee Pee Records
Past members Jamie Walters
Patrick Munn
Terrance Hachins
Mark Gibbs

Boulder were an American rock band. The ensemble formed in 1992 in Ohio. Members of the group had previously played in hardcore punk bands and were heavily influenced by the New Wave of British Heavy Metal. Before releasing their debut album, The Rage of It All, they had toured in several clubs in Ohio.[1] The group's bassist, Jamie Walters, would later play for Destructor.[2]

Heavy metal journalist, Ian Christe, described the group as followed:


  • The Rage of It All (1999)[1]
  • Ravage and Savage (2000)[1]
  • Ripping Christ (2001)[3]
  • Reaped in Half (2002)[1]



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