Few bands have had more influence on the strength of a demo cassette and a couple of songs from a compilation, but these guys from Massachusetts seem to get name dropped a lot. The demo was later bootlegged as a 7" and the other music was featured on Pushead's awesome Cleanse The Bacteria LP. Their entire output (9 songs?) was collected on Drop Dead for Lost & Found and on a Relapse Records release. I'm unsure of the legality of these later comps but it doesn't matter since I'm pretty sure they are no longer available either. Here's a sampling of their brutal hardcore.
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