Though they by no means qualified for the rock podium throughout their decade-long existence, Dallas, Texas’ Rigor Mortis were able to trace the complete development of speed-to-thrash-to-death metallic using the gradual evolution of the raw, violent sound. This insufficient definition within anybody subgenre likewise added to the band’s industrial failures, but peddling to mainstream preferences or aping founded formulas was by no means on the plan for horror film buffs Bruce Corbitt (vocals), Mike Scaccia (acoustic guitar), Casey Orr (bass), and Harden Harrison (drums), because they persisted through solid and slim between developing in 1983 until latching onto a Capitol Information offer four years later on. And not surprisingly major-label support, Rigor Mortis’ eponymous debut of the next year played just like a nothing at all fancier when compared to a top-quality demonstration (in the perfect sense, according to the hybrid designs mentioned previously), rendering it a question that Capitol ever allowed it to mosh from their hallowed Hollywood tower, but amazing no one once the music group was expediently decreased shortly thereafter. At this time, Corbitt also dropped out along with his bandmates, prompting the recruitment of previous Hallows Eve vocalist Doyle Shiny, just like Rigor Mortis authorized with his earlier band’s record organization, Metal Blade. Because of this new business romantic relationship, an EP called Freaks surfaced in 1989, adopted two years afterwards by way of a second, even more refined full-length entitled Rigor Mortis vs. the planet earth, but neither fared sufficiently to avoid Rigor Mortis from satisfying the destiny dictated by their moniker quickly thereafter. Following break up, Mike Scaccia continued to try out with Ministry, Revolting Cocks, and Lard, while Casey Orr became GWAR’s Beefcake the Mighty and in addition performed in Speedealer alongside Harden Harrison. The initial lineup of Rigor Mortis in addition has been recognized to reunite occasionally for go for concert appearances, like the one-day Ozzfest of 2008 in Frisco, Tx. Scaccia passed away in Dec, 2012, after collapsing on-stage in Ft. Value, Texas.