Trust Obey was the brainchild of John Bergin. From 1988, he self-released several recordings that centered on dark, milling explorations of audio with titles like Rip Noticed, The Veil and Locust. In 1993, he installed with guitarist Brett Smith to make a band which was with the capacity of playing live. Probably one of the most interesting tasks that was released by Trust Obey was Dread and Bullets: Music to Accompany the Crow. Issued by DRAIN Press and Graphitti Styles, the compact disc was packed with a particular hardcover edition from the Crow graphic book written by Wayne O’Barr. The music upon this recording wails with spirituality and loneliness — offering a sonic map for the psychic discomfort skilled by O’Barr’s lead personality. Shortly after worries and Bullets’ launch, Trust Obey was authorized to Nothing at all/Interscope Records, however the association was short-lived. Possibly the just band to become dropped from the ground upwards Information, Trust Obey premiered from their agreement because these were believed to absence commercial charm. Fifth Colvmn snatched them up and released their following recording, Hands of Ash in 1996. A reissue of Dread and Bullets by Deezal adopted in 1999, with unique artwork by Wayne O’Barr inside the product packaging taking the area of the visual novel itself.