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Brutal Juice


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Brutal Juice was a self-proclaimed “acid punk” (LSD-influenced hardcore and prog-rock) band from Denton, Texas.

The band formed in 1991. Brutal Juice officially disbanded in February of 1997, although they had reunion concerts in 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004 (usually at Fry Street Fair in Denton). The band initially met in the music school at the University of North Texas.

According to promotional material supplied with the release of mutilation makes identification difficult, “they had the stupid name before the stupid O.J. stuff.”

They released one album on Interscope Records and a few 7” singles on smaller record labels (including Alternative Tentacles). The band toured extensively throughout the 1990s, opening for bands such as Toadies and Gwar. Brutal Juice also toured with Neurosis, Ed Hall, Baboon, and Alice Donut.

Wesley Willis wrote a song about Brutal Juice after seeing them perform in New York City. It appears on his album Fabian Road Warrior.

Bassist Sam McCall recorded the band’s early demos prior to joining the group. Vocalist Craig Welch was known for his on-stage antics, often standing on his head and putting out cigarettes on his tongue or forehead during the band’s performances.

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