Chicago, Illinois, USA-based really difficult rock quartet produced in 1993 simply by Wes Kidd (vocals/electric guitar), Kevin Tihista (b. Walnut Creek, California, USA; bass/vocals), Brian St. Clair (drums), and Ronnie Schneider (acoustic guitar). Kidd and St. Clair experienced previously played collectively within the punk clothing Rights FROM THE Accused. Triple Fast Actions worked with founded indie maker Don Fleming on the 1996 main label debut Broadcaster, but their combination of punk pop and sub-grunge angst dropped on deaf ears, and despite a visible improvement on the next year’s individually released Cattlemen Don’t they continuing to battle to discover an audience. It had been no real surprise once the quartet made a decision to contact it a day time in 1998. Tihista later on surfaced along with his own music group, Kevin Tihista’s Crimson Terror, liberating the acclaimed Don’t Breathe A Term in 2001.