Formed through the summer season of 1992 in London, Ontario, Scratching Post came across numerous member shifts on the way before solidifying their 1998 personnel of vocalist/guitarist Nicole Hughes, guitarist Tag Holman, drummer Jeff Depew, and Phil Zeller on bass. In 1995, they released their initial documenting, a self-titled EP that published only 500 products. When they agreed upon with indie-label Squirtgun Information in 1996, the music group released Flamethrower, that was reissued in early 1999 because of well-known demand. Scratching Post’s dynamic power rock accomplished plenty of airplay on Canadian university radio and their mixture of catchy pop and intense metal drawn a loyal pursuing. Frontwoman Nicole Hughes, whose high-pitched girly tone of voice belies an in-your-face hard rock and roll attitude, has taken about evaluations to Chrissie Hynde, Juliana Hatfield, and Liz Phair, to mention a few. However the traveling rhythm of the complete band is exactly what generates probably the most warmth, that was fueled the 1999 launch of Destruction from the World, documented in Conshohocken, PA, made by Rob Sanzo and combined by illustrious maker Phil Nicolo.