I'LL BE DAMNED
PANTHEON OF FUCK
These songs will appear on the "Mustache Mincers" 10" comp soon to be released by Pan Del Muerte and Third Eye Grind records. The third song? You're just gonna have to buy the comp for that one.
GOVERNMENT TRASH/QUEEN ON A THRONE
Originally to be released as a "single" because I was listening to a lot of Fucked Up and they have a cavalcade of singles,this merging-of-two-songs-into-one-due-to-splitting-of-intro-to-actual-song was supposed to be the A side,with a Groinchurn cover (The Answer is 42) on the flip. I cannot afford to put out records yet,so that was fucked. No one gave too much of a shit to put out a barely over 3 minute single,so that was fucked. I was in talks with Sean from Bovine about some shit I still shouldn't mention,and was persistent to get a track on Blasting The Wasteland. Initially,he was adamant on having it feature bands that are active in the sense that they play shows,go on tour,etc. Not sure what happened with that,but he was welcoming to having me add a track on there. So there went the single idea. Groinchurn cover has yet to be completed vocally,so don't look for that one any time soon. Blasting The Wasteland was supposed to be out already,but I haven't heard from Sean in a few. I hope all is well with him,he's a good one.
SPIT IN YOUR HAND BEFORE YOU SHAKE THEIRS
This track was in a head-to-head battle with "At What Cost?" for which track would be featured on the illustrious (hah) 100 in '10 comp that IntCollective put out. I won't give any disses cause at the end of the day,Jeremy busted it out and we all own it. Some more than others apparently. I had these two songs on my ipod for weeks and weeks,playing it for everyone who's opinion was subjectable. Most favored this track for it's Glen Benton-esque high/low double vocals,but "At What Cost?" ended up winning. Unfortunately,"Spit In Your Hand" was sidelined and on the injured list for a long while. A long time comrade and good buddy of mine Larry Brough wanted a track for his label Panic Inc. and their "Living On Hope Street" compilation line,so I sent it to him a couple years back. The comp hadn't came out,so when the Zombie handsomE split was just under the running time Sean was happy with,we added it as a bonus track. Neither have came out yet.
THE STRUGGLE OF PARTS IN THE ORGANISM
I cannot delve too far into this one. Just know it involves me,some other noteworthy people,and a whole lot of blastbeats.
Taken from the yet-released split with Zombie handsomE. I got an e-mail from Kurtis of Hurts to Hear asking me about it so I guess it's in limbo currently. I hope it gets released,the couple things I heard from the other side are awesome. Zombie handsomE is the project of Sean Wipfli (of Bovine Records/THUG/some ANB vocals fame) where he uses drum tracks from Daro of Suffering Mind to create some nasty noisegrind. Influenced by their noisegrind,I created some tributes "in the tradition of" legendary noisemerchants Anal Cunt (shortly before Seth's passing,RIP) and Cripple Bastards (if you haven't heard their 94 song demo,you're trippin) but you'll have to wait to hear those until it gets released. 3 noisegrind songs,10 originals,no covers.
released March 28, 2011
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