White Cross is a hardcore/thrashcore band from Richmond, Virginia. The core members were Mikey Rodriguez (guitar), Richard "Crispy" Kranmer (vocals), Rob Mosby (drums) and Dewey Rowell (bass). They released one EP, one LP, one CD, and were featured on the national hardcore compilation, We Got Power. They also had one track on the French compilation LP "77 KK." The EP was recorded "live" in Studio 2, at the Union Theological Seminary, in October, 1982. Dewey went on to play guitar in the band Unseen Force. Mikey and Rob went on to form the band Mudd Helmut. Rob and Dewey went on to the band GWAR in 1986. Joel Benson was bass player for White Cross following Rowell's departure. On 12 September 2009 White Cross played a reunion show with several other bands from Richmond, Va. The show was a benefit for hospice organized by Benny Waldbauer, ex club owner in Richmond. Currently Mikey's brother Tommy Rodriguez has taken over as guitarist, and bassist Greta Brinkman joined the band in November 2009.
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