San Diego's Locust, featuring vocalist and bassist Justin Pearson,
keyboardist Joey Karam,
Cattle Decapitation's drummer Dave Astor
and guitarist Bobby Bray, coined a unique brand of
synth-driven progressive, noisy hardcore and grindcore.
The Locust (Gold Standard Laboratories, 1998), compiling 20 songs (none lasting longer than two minutes),
introduced their aesthetic of brief explosive outbursts of dementia.
Imagine Teenage Jesus & The Jerks with
Morton Subotnick on
Moth-Eaten Deer Head
Brand New Set of Teeth
How to Build a Pessimistic Lie Detector
Nice Tranquil Thumb in Mouth
Dog Without a Collar (Run over Red Rover)
Perils of Believing in Round Squares
Normal Run of the Muck (Compensation for Conversation)
Stucco Obelisks Labeled as Trees
Straight from the Horse's Mouth
Extra Piece of Dead Meat
Twenty-Three Full-Time Cowboys
Backbones of Jack Asses
Fixed Companionship, Ghost Town Irrationality
Skin Graft at Seventy-Five Miles Per Hour
High-Maintenance Libido, Bring the Whole Family
Well I'll Be a Monkey's Uncle
Halfway to a Worthless Ideal Arrangement (An Interlude To A Discontinued Sarcastic Harmony... Yea Whatever)
Kill Roger Hedgecock
Astor was replaced in 2001 by another Cattle
Decapitation alumnus, Gabe Serbian.
Plague Soundscapes (Anti-, 2003), containing 22 songs,
sounded even more ferocious than the debut.
Recyclable Body Fluids In Human Form
Identity Exchange Program Rectum Return Policy
Solar Panel Asses
Live From The Russian Compound
Earwax Halo Manufactured For The Champion In All Of Us
Wet Dream War Machine
Listen, The Mighty Ear Is Here
Who Wants A Dose Of The Clap?
How To Become A Virgin
Anything Jesus Does I Can Do Better
Late For A Double Date With A Pile Of Atoms In The Water Closet
File Under Soft Core Seizures
Psst! Is That A Halfie In Your Pants?
The Half-Eaten Sausage Would Like To See You In His Office
Pulling The Christmas Pig By The Wrong Pair Of Ears
Can We Please Get Another Nail In The Coffin Of Culture Theft?
Your Mantel Disguised As A Psychic Sasquatch
Twenty-Three Lubed Up Schizophrenics With Delusions Of Grandeur
Captain Gaydar It's Time To Wind Your Clock Again
Priest With The Sexually Transmitted Diseases Get Out Of My Bed
Pickup Truck Full Of Forty Minutes
The EP Safety Second, Body Last (2005), containing just two lengthy
New Erections (Anti-, 2007), containing several three-minute "songs",
allowed more breathing space in between the sonic grenades (Aotkpta).
Joey Karam's synthesizer and Gabe Serbian's drumming stood out.
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