Randy Rampage (Randall Archibald) is a founding member, bass player and occasional vocalist of the Canadian hardcore band D.O.A.. He played on D.O.A.'s seminal early punk albums Something Better Change and Hardcore '81, along with vocalist/guitarist Joe Shithead, drummer Chuck Biscuits and guitarist Dave Gregg in Hardcore '81. Rampage left D.O.A. in 1981 but returned in the year 2000 after a nearly two-decade absence. He played on their 2002 Win the Battle album but then left the band again. He rejoined D.O.A. in 2006, remained in the lineup through 2008 and was featured on their latest album, Northern Avenger, produced by Bob Rock. On the eve of the Northern Avenger tour, it was announced that Rampage was leaving D.O.A. once again.
Rampage has appeared now and as the vocalist for the Canadian speed metal/thrash metal band Annihilator, which he recorded one album in 1989, called Alice in Hell, leaving the band after the tour. In 1999, he returned to the band and recorded one more album called Criteria for a Black Widow after which he left once again to rejoin D.O.A.
Rampage has also been the front man of metal band Stress Factor 9 along with Annihilator drummer Ray Hartmann, guitarist Francis Frightful of Singapore band Opposition Party, guitarist Kick of Vertical After, and bass player Duane Chaos of 22nd Century.