The next logical step was to tour; so they did. King Fowley played both drums and vocals, so a stand-in vocalist was hired during the tour to make his workload limited to the one job. Their premier tour covered America's east coast, including the Powermad festival in Maryland. The Meet Thy Maker release would follow in 1999, still on 'R.I.P.'. The recording was quickly done by industry standards. Critics bashed it, like the predecessors, for being under produced and accused Fowley of being an adequate vocalist at best. Even though it was hastily done, it lacked little in style or "Metalness". The band was also featured on tribute CD's for both Iron Maiden and Ozzy Osbourne. King Fowley would retire his drum kit to play only vocals. 'Thrash Corner' would release their live effort Stagefright in 2003. The European division of 'Metal Blade Records' then approached them for future releases, culminating in the release of No Survivors (2006) with the membership of King Fowley (vocals), "Hellstorm" Williams (Lead guitar), Jim Hunter (bass), Jason Tedder (guitar), and Dave Castillo (drums).
Heavy Metal Warlocks (2008) and Bury the Hatchet (2014) followed.
Footnote: King Fowley would start a side project under the name of Deceased with the membership of: King Fowley (vocals), Mike Smith (guitar), Mark Adams (guitar), Les Snyder (bass) and Dave Castillo (drums) to release As The Weird Travel On in 2006.