Texas punk music group Ghetto Ghouls’ organic, feral sound forsook the craze of 2010s garage area rock bands seeking to stony ’70s psychedelia being a starting place and instead found their principal inspiration in the chaos and insanity of confrontational rings like Scratch Acid solution, the Dicks, as well as the Electric powered Eels. Ghetto Ghouls had been produced in 2012 by vocalist Corey Anderson, guitarist Dan LeVine, and drummer Ian Rundell, three high-school close friends who became a solidified music group when bassist Garrett Hadden became a member of. Hadden and Rundell both proved helpful at downtown Austin club Beerland, as well as the group performed and applied in the seedy membership, obtaining their sloppy audio together. They documented their self-titled debut record in only four hours, just overdubbing an individual support vocal but running right through the rest in a way as near their live established as is possible. The album noticed release in Apr of 2014.