Boston’s experimental hard-rockers Milligram had been formed in 1996 by ex-Only Living See vocalist Jonah Jenkins and guitarist Darryl Shepard, a one-time person in both hardcore music group Slapshot and stoner rock and roll outfit Roadsaw. Primarily something of the side task for both of these, the band just became a heading concern 2 yrs later on when bassist Bob Maloney and drummer Zephan Courtney had been drafted to record the P.C.-averse Hello Motherfucker! debut. This is nothing in comparison to their follow-up, nevertheless, which they’d tentatively called Loss of life to America and decided to start documenting on Sept 11, 2001. Certainly, that day’s tragic occasions led to an instantaneous change of programs, as well as the group (right now featuring fresh bassist Jeff Turlik) ultimately finalized their renamed sophomore recording, This is Course Battle in early 2002. Though they disbanded just a few weeks later on, the fruits of Milligram’s last sessions were fortunately purchased by Small Rock Information and released posthumously in 2003.