Doug Black: Vocals | Terry Horn: Bass guitar | Juan Ruiz: Guitar (electric) | Danny Ramirez: Drums | Richard Chase: Guitar (electric) | Wally Morocco: Drums

Genre: Rock

RIYL: The Dils, Social Spit, the Dinettes, DFX2, Injections, the Penetrators, the Puppies, the Skoings, the Zeros, The Cardiac Kidz, Battalion of Saints, Claude Coma & the IVs

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Influences: The Ramones, Sex Pistols, MC5, Iggy & the Stooges, Vanilla Fudge, Blue Cheer


Xterminators was a 1970s San Diego punk band akin to local contemporaries like the Zeros and the Cardiac Kids. A 7 inch single was released with the songs “Occasional Lay” and “Microwave Radiation” (the latter track also appeared on the Killed By Death #5 compilation). Singer Doug Black also fronted DT and the Black and Deckers, which included the late Lisa Aston Emerson (who also played bass with the Dinettes and the Injections).

Bassist Terry Horn passed away in May 2017.


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