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Graveyard Rodeo

Among the early purveyors from the right now well-established NOLA make of sludgecore (we.e., hardcore matches metallic and doom), Graveyard Rodeo documented a set of underachieving, and mainly overlooked, early-’90s albums for the Hundred years Media label. Actually, the early-days regular membership of potential Corrosion of Conformity guitarist and vocalist Pepper Keenan could be the band’s just enduring (if tenuous) hyperlink with well-known music background — although he previously currently departed by enough time of their 1993 debut, Sowing Discord in the Haunts of Guy. Often referred to as a midtempo range on the design made effective by Crowbar, this recording was recorded from the lineup of bassist Tommy Scanlan, guitarists Gary Gennaro and Brad Christiana, vocalist Perry McAuley, and drummer Wayne Fabre — the final three being changed by Jay Gracianette, Tag Brignac, and Gary Hebert, respectively, arrive Graveyard Rodeo’s second and last album, Around the Verge, the next 12 months. Drummer Wayne Fabre would discover his way in to the rates of revived death-gore clothing Necrophagia years later on, but non-e of the additional Graveyard Rodeo alums have already been noticed from since.

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