Killing Joke - Wardance (1980 release, however this is a 1979 Peel session). Killing Joke took the concept of punk into a strange realm where only devotees followed. They established a hard rock, tribal sound combined with soaring and somewhat maniacal, primal vocals from dramatic frontman Jaz Coleman. It’s almost like the birth of what later became grunge metal. Modern bands such as Nirvana, NIN, Tool, Jane’s Addiction and Soundgarden have all cited Killing Joke as a major influence on their music. The band also spawned Paul Raven who later played bass in Ministry.