Peter 'Flour' Conway played bass for Minneapolis bands Rifle Sport and later for Breaking Circus in the mid 80s. In 1988, he released his first solo album Flour, playing all of the instruments. 1990’s Luv 713 and 1991’s Machinery Hill, Flour continued to showcase pounding programmed beats and big guitars.
A pummeling slab of western Massachusetts/Boston freak-on, Slughog unleashed a heavy pile of fuck you to a welcoming audience of music fans concerned about the hardcore scene going metal...dual bass, meat hook drums and a trading pair of singers/vocalists rounded out this seminal band like a fast, hard, right jab straight to the fucking face.
2004-2011.... Releases on Kill Shaman, Ol Factory, Deleted Art, Rococo, Yosada, Labil, Mexican Summer, Split Tapes, Scotch Tapes, Limited Appeal, and various comps such as Not Not Fun and Deathbomb Arc.
There are two bands with the name HAWKS 1) HAWKS was a power pop band hailing from Otho, Iowa. They released two albums on Columbia, the eponymous debut (1981) and the follow-up, "30 Seconds Over Otho" (1982). The debut netted them two trips to the Hot 100, one scraping into the Top 40 "It's Allright, It's Okay".
Very marked by the noise scene of Chicago of the Nineties (shellac, Jesus Lizard, shorty, BigN) Gentle Veincut has nevertheless its own identity. Their music rests on a good hached and decaled rhythmic , a quite sharp-edged guitar, a precised bass guitar, and a vindicatory and persuasive female-intonated voice.
Chicago based band which was active in the early 90s and consisted of Ben Keller, Adam Laats and Chad Moore. They produced a number of singles for labels like AmRep and Skin Graft, as well as one full-length called “Gimme The Five Bucks”.
this outfit borrows sonically from the parent bands -- particularly Unsane, and especially the propensity for volume at all costs. music to be unemployed to stomp down slammy slam jams for thoes who start drinking before 10am.
White Drugs are a couple of brutes from Denton, TX playing vicious noise rock and garage menace to bust your skull to. The band fits well among many of its peers like The Jesus Lizard, Shellac, and Big Black. Solid hooks dripping with psycho rock swagger, bathed in filthy feedback and pumped riffs.
There are at least two bands known by this name: 1. A '90s Danbury, CT band that released a bunch of 7"-ers on a slew of labels (MUDD, Rockville, SpinArt, etc) plus an EP ("Loser Friendly") on SpinArt, before signing with mini-major Seed for a full-length CD ("Destroy What You Love") and an EP of outtakes, compilation tracks, and single sides ("At One With Time").
Noise rock trio from New York, formed by guitarist Ben Greenberg, drummer Jeremy Villalobos and bassist Tia Vincent. They have released the LPs The Egyptian (2009) and You People Can All Go Straight To Hell (2011).