Medical procedures was a scummy, no-holds-barred, blues-drenched post-hardcore music group from Manhattan’s lower east part that included Sean McDonnell (vocals), Scott Kleber (acoustic guitar), John Lachapelle (bass), and John Leamy (drums). Authorized to the loud Amphetamine Reptile label, the music group fit correct in and produced their full-length debut in 1991 with Nationwide. The Cut, 9th Ward Large Roller EP adopted two years later on. Then they became area of the nourishing frenzy that happened in the wake from the main label signings of Nirvana and Helmet, plus they produced the hop towards the WEA-distributed Atlantic for 1994’s Shimmer. The closest the music group surely got to notoriety within the mainstream feeling was when MTV’s 120 Mins program performed that album’s “From the A-List” a few times (not really that the music group cared). On January 18, 1995, McDonnell passed on, the sufferer of problems from asthma. Saddened by their reduction, the remaining people of the music group decided to give up.