California’s alt-metal quintet Ultraspank originally contains Jerry Oliviera (guitars), Dan Ogden (bass), Pete Murray (vocals/development), Neil Godfrey (guitars/development), and Tyler Clark (drums). The group produced from the ashes of Clark, Ogden, and Murray’s early ’90s quickness metal music group Indica, which became MTV’s Greatest College ROCK-BAND in 1992. By 1995, that they had rechristened themselves Spank, added Godfrey and Oliviera, and started writing even more groove-oriented rock. Because of copyright issues, Spank became Ultraspank if they agreed upon to Epic in 1996. They released their self-titled debut record in 1998 and made an appearance with Sevendust, Soulfly, Incubus, Korn, and Rob Zombie, in addition to earning an area on that year’s OzzFest tour. Not surprisingly extensive roadwork, nevertheless, the album didn’t chart. Clark still left the music group and was changed by Adam “Given” Carroll. Ultraspank’s second record, Progress, appeared in-may 2000, because they performed gigs with Static-X and Slipknot.