Friday, January 23, 2009


This record changed my life. it will change yours as well. 
PLEASE don't hesitate downloading this. 

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Piss in the IV

The stunted bastard avant-grind brainchild from members of Orchid, Wolves, Ampere and Anton Bordman is ready to rear it's ugly head one more Formed in Early 2001 by Brad Wallace and Will Killingsworth, both former members of Orchid, Bucket Full of Teeth was conceived as a friendly venture in playing generic powerviolence but instantaneosly evolved into much more. The band quickly become more interested in pushing conventions of heavy music and punk rock, and in 2002 released 3 7"s simultaneously as a first attempt at personal experimentation and musical destruction.

Having only played 6 shows ever, and primarily a studio project, Bucket Full of Teeth began work on new material in 2002. Between membership changes, and other members serving time in Ampere, Wolves, and Transistor Transistor, Bucket Full of Teeth have constructed this final recording, fusing elements of Death Metal, Ambient, Psychedlic, Prog, Thrash and Stoner Rock into a cohesive whole much better serving the original musical thesis attempted in their early recordings. Self-Recorded and painstakingly edited and revised at Dead Air Studios over the past two years Bucket Full of Teeth have produced a collage of sonic destruction both heavy and unpredictable. The band has said this will be their final release but rumors of working on new material and live incarnations surface often. This is "I" out of a series of 3 7"s put out by mark Mccoys label Youth Attack. Seeing as how the whole 7" set is still in print in CD form, i decided to only upload the first 7". So enjoy!.

Saturday, January 17, 2009

A Letter To A Friend

The members of the bands have been involved in the DIY punk scene for a number of years with the most notable being guitarist Will Killingsworth, who played guitar in Orchid, Laceration and Bucket Full of Teeth and who continues to run his Clean Plate record label and Dead Air recording studio where the band records all of their music. Drummer Andy Skelly played drums in both The Last 40 Seconds and Wolves, Stephen's previous bands were Montcalm and The Last 40 Seconds; he currently also plays guitar in self-destructive supergroup Aerosols featuring members of WastelandCut Up, and Northern Aggression. He also briefly ran Distort, an independent record store in Northampton, Massachusetts (May '06 - December '06). Meghan played bass in Unicoroner, and sang in Stop The Clock and Relics on their first 7" and split 7" with Furnace.

Much like Orchid, Ampere (especially earlier albums such as "All our Tomorrows End Today") often borrow some of their lyrics from philosophers and revolutionaries such as Guy Debord.[3] They have preserved some of the "intellectual" punk seen in bands like Orchid,SinaloaNative NodCurrent, and others.[4] In all of their endeavors, Ampere has persisted in their commitment to intellect, art, and sincerity.[5]

The band actively tour in the US and completed a tour of Europe with Sinaloa in March 2006. A split record on Ebullition Records between the two bands was released in time for the tour, along with a 7" of their early recordings and a four-way split 11" with Death to TyrantsWastelandand Daniel Striped Tiger which was recorded live at Dead Air. Since then, a split 12" comprised completely of cover songs was released withDas Oath.

2007 was a productive year for the band, encompassing a brief Japanese tour as well as three new split records; a 6" with Ringers on No Idea Records, which, after the first press was re-released as a 7"(both versions of the record came with limited runs of t-shirts featuring the album art), a 9" with Funeral Diner put out jointly by Clean Plate and The Electric Human Project (this release included intricate etchings between the grooves), and a 7" picture disk with France's Daitro on Clean Plate/purepainsugar.

In 2008, an Australian-tour-only split 7" with Off Minor was released. Both bands contributed a previously-released but compilation-exclusive song from an Animal Rights benefit CD on Exotic Fever. It is Ampere's most-limited release to date (aside from the cassette format of the demo tape) at a scant 300 copies. Each band took 150 for their respective jaunts down under and made different packaging.

That being said, this is one of my favorite releases by the band, this is jsut the Ampere side. Too bad this record is long out of print because it is a jem.

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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Tour 01/02-01/12

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to read up on what im doing, im pretty sure ill update it everyday while on tour.
Until then, thanks guys!