Head of David were like an updated version of Big Black made louder, more metal, and more convincingly British, and I remember playing the heck out of "LP" and "Dustbowl" back in the late 80's. Justin Broadrick (Napalm Death/Godflesh/Jesu) was the drummer in Head of David at one point, which was made into a big deal at the time ("Hey, didja hear there's a Big Black rip-off band that has a metal guy in it?"), but people forget that Paul Stanley was in Raging Slab for a while, and nobody cared.
This is one of the 45s that Blast First released as part of their limited "Devil's Jukebox" 7-inch box set. I don't own the full set of these, though I have at least one other that's kicking around (the Big Stick/Rapeman one, if you're taking notes).
Blast First, of course, is best known for not releasing any records that Homestead and SST didn't release first.
Head of David -
(these files are now listen-only)