Heroin were among the defining innovators in early ’90s hardcore. The initial 7″ record with the music group, released in 1991, also proclaimed the initial discharge for upstart label Gravity Information. Working out of NORTH PARK, CA, Gravity was shortly to be among the preeminent staff from the ’90s emo vanguard. Interesting, innovative, inexplicable, and relatively pretentious in demonstration, Heroin made incredibly dynamic scenery out of 1 minute blasts of loud vitriol. While Heroin’s impact may be considerable, the trunk catalog left out is not. Almost two years following the preliminary 7″ release, the only real full-length launch and final recording through the music group was provided up in 1993. Matt Anderson continued to engineer and sometimes perform on many releases with performers like a Small Forest, Angel Locks, Kari Bunn, and Mohinder. Ron Avila held hangin’ hard with Antioch Arrow, Last Conflict, and Obtain Hustle.