Sublabel to the Canadian (Toronto) hardcore/punk/alternative label Fringe Product, initialized by producer/radio DJ/record store clerk Brian Taylor. It's worth noting that Diabolic Force was not an umbrella for all Metal releases on Fringe - they also had a number of RAZOR albums on their conscience, as well as releases by DOGS WITH JOBS, DISCIPLES OF POWER and some license pressings of ONSLAUGHT and PARADOX.
|001||Slaughter||Surrender Or Die||MC||1985||The reason Slaughter were so awesome is mainly because Hellhammer/C.Frost were such Gods and the perfect, infallible source to nick ideas from. Some notable Bathory ("Eve Of Darkeness", "Maim To Please") & Sodom ("Shadow Of Death") references are also more present in these their old demo-days.|
|003||Lethal Presence||Unholy Alliance||MC||1986|
|FPL3019||Sudden Impact||No Rest For The Wicked||LP||1986||Not Metal. Crossover/HC.|
|FPL3020||Sacrifice||Torment In Fire||LP||1986|
|FPS 1725||Slaughter||Nocturnal Hell||7" EP||1986|
|FPL3047||Sacrifice||Forward To Termination||LP||1987|
|FPL3052||Dissection||Final Genocide||LP||1988||More kült than classic, a sprawling, occationally batshit crazy sound, often very proto-Death Metal, sometimes just very Metal full stop. For a minute here & there I love the shit out of it.
For unknown reasons this one only carries the Fringe-logo and no Diabolic Force-insignia, but the labels clearly states "A Diabolical Force Production By Brian Taylor".
|FPL3056||Sudden Impact||Split Personality||LP||1988||Not Metal. Crossover/HC.|
|FPD3096||Sacrifice||Soldiers Of Misfortune||CD||1990||Their general "quite ok"ness is given a solid polish-work of the usual variety - a bit more technical, a bit more clean production etc. It's, um... quite ok.|
|FPD 3106||M.A.D.||Taboo Of The Western World||CD||1991|
|FPD3118||Splatterpunk||This Infinite God||CD||1992|
|?||Dissection||Garden Of Stone||MC||1992||Metal Archives mentions Diabolic Force as the label behind this demo, but I've yet to see a complete scan of the sleeve to confirm this.|