An acronym for “Deceased Human brain Cells,” D.B.C. was a Canadian thrash music group of the later ’80s offering Phil Dakin (bass/vocals), Eddie Shahini (electric guitar), Gerry Ouellette (electric guitar), and Jeff St. Louis (drums). Originally shaped in 1986 and quickly purchased by a Fight Information scout who captured them starting for Slayer within their hometown of Montreal, D.B.C. produced a fairly inauspicious debut with 1987’s self-explanatory Deceased Human brain Cells, which highlighted run-of-the-mill ’80s thrash that not name manufacturer Randy Melts away could add very much sparkle to. The next year’s second work, Universe, was very much improved, nevertheless, and uncovered a newfound curiosity for futuristic lyrics and concept-driven specialized thrash that was most likely motivated by fellow Cannucks Voivod. Even so, it fulfilled with mixed evaluations, and D.B.C. just were able to log several short trips of the U.S. (one assisting no-hope metallers Laaz Rockit, the additional hardcore titans Poor Brains?) before a economically strapped Fight finally drawn the plug midway through their third recording sessions. They were ultimately salvaged and released in 2002 as, imaginatively enough, Unreleased, but guitarist Ouellette experienced already passed on in 1994 as well as the making it through members had split and re-formed several times, never obtaining commercial success.