Shame on me, yeah really. Never heard of T.T. Quick before Mark Tornillo joined Accept in 2009 as a replacement for Udo, a metal band from New Jersey formed in 1984 and playing in old school Heavy Metal style. The album I bought on Ebay about nine months ago titled Metal Of Honor just as its first song, recorded in 1986. This is their first full length album that includes ten songs. You can also find it on Amazon:METAL OF HORNOR [LP VINYL].
The vinyl LP I have was also made in 1986 using DMM technology and I was lucky enough to get it brand new. Of course, listening to it I was not able not to notice some similarity to Accept (I was even heard some Princess Of The Dawn riff), to Scorpions, to W.A.S.P, but overall I have very positive impression. I loved the song “Hell To Pay” and liked many others, like “Child Of Sin”, “Glad All Over”, “Siren Song”, “Asleep At The Wheel”. If you’re still not familiar with the album, I very hope you’ll enjoy it, because no meter what, but good old school Metal can never be disappointing.