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Cleveland, Ohio, United States (1993 – present)

Mushroomhead is an American outfit that emerged in the 1990s. Mushroomhead’s forceful yet melodic alternative metal incorporates elements of hip-hop, as well as industrial metal.

Formed by drummer Skinny in 1993, Mushroomhead was originally a side-project for members of other Cleveland bands. They played their first show on October 22nd of that year. The members wore a variety of masks to hide their identity and for theatrical impact. One of the vocalists, J Mann, eventually stopped wearing a mask and just put white make-up on his face with black make-up on his mouth and around his eyes, similar to make-up worn in the movie Dead Presidents.

Mushroomhead quickly became one of Cleveland’s top local acts and developed a devoted fanbase. Mushroomhead’s self-titled debut album was released independently in 1995, followed by Superbuick in 1996 and M3 in 1999. Over the course of those 3 albums the band had several line-up changes: Bassist Mr Murdernickel was replaced by Pig Benis after the first album, female dancer Roxy left, guitarist Dinner was replaced by Gravy, male dancer Bronson went to playing samples and then took over as 2nd Guitarist when J.J. Righteous left. During this time Mushroomhead was the #1 underground band in Cleveland.

Roadrunner Records approached Mushroomhead with a record contract which they declined.


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  • Jorgetime

    New album is a good surprise.

    19 Oct 1:48pm Reply
  • Nu_Mann

    XII and XX are timeless classics!

    17 Oct 5:45pm Reply
  • lecho35

    Группа супер, раньше их вообще считал за закос на слипов, но послушал, вроде не плохо.

    15 Oct 2:59pm Reply
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    11 Oct 6:29am Reply
  • Nymphou

    pop metal

    28 Sep 2:16pm Reply
  • Kaledaso

    Отличная банда.У них очень интересная подача, да и сам материал.Их все сравнивают со Слипами(или наоборот), так Грибоголовые намного лучше.Они интереснее что ли)

    9 Sep 12:49pm Reply
  • Jureiko

    Popson is actually in the band now, he returned in 2013

    5 Sep 12:46pm Reply
  • WMilin

    I hoped that Sorrow Savior was a successful reload after Popson left the band, but. It's hard for me to listen this music, i'm done of Jeffrey's vocals and Redneck's Popson-alike. Tis a garbage not music. It's my vision. Cause when one band makes a new album, I do not start dancin in a rapture just because i saw tis bandname 'and it's ok for me, no matter what I hear - it will be ok because [bandname]'.

    5 Sep 6:33am Reply
  • allen7

    ''Out Of My Mind'' is best song since XX

    2 Sep 8:39am Reply
  • Tekimargretia new viduka

    25 Aug 9:19pm Reply
  • thundernoob1337

    better than slipknot

    22 Aug 7:14am Reply
  • Lextasys

    I'm still trying to figure out how they need 9 guys in the band.

    10 Aug 10:30am Reply
  • frost_gs

    Decent new album. And new masks are awesome, really.

    29 Jul 4:54pm Reply
  • DarkMessengerVI

    Awesome live! great songs on Savior Sorrow & XIII.

    13 Jul 8:12am Reply
  • Slowdead

    New masks are awesome. [2] Great new album [2] New video awesome [2] How Many Times - Great Song ! [3]

    8 Jul 11:46am Reply
  • IAmKijuhy

    New masks are awesome.

    3 Jul 5:43am Reply
  • Izale

    Still love these guys. Glad Mr Screamy is back though

    1 Jul 9:04pm Reply
  • bachankas

    Great new album, welcome back Jason!

    1 Jul 11:00am Reply
  • MetalRock1989

    Good new album 4/5.

    17 Jun 8:08am Reply
  • MorgulLord

    New video awesome

    15 Jun 10:24pm Reply
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