Formed a band, released a cracking album, disbanded


#161

Propaganda


#162

also the video is from their reunion :smiley:


#163

Eden Maine were amazing!


#164

I always thought they were a Will Haven offshoot for some reason

talking of which


#165

oh hey up, they made a second album

had no idea


#166

…can I ask why? :smiley:


#167

FRAUEN obvs :wink:


#168

I’ve absolutely no idea!


#169

Think their only album was a compilation of singles and demos but I absolutely loved Nub.


#170

a few sons of kyuss:

john garcia’s first post-kyuss band were one really good ep then done

his next band went one better and managed to release a full album before packing it in (there was a second album but don’t think it ever got an official release. it’s out there on t’internet though if such things interest you)

brant bjork and the guy who replaced him in kyuss teamed up for this one:


#171

Just to keep on about Undergroove bands some more, Sika Redem’s album was very promising. The demos they did for the follow-up were shaping up nicely too.


#172

Used to work with their drummer, he’s an absolute gent.

Trumpets of Death are the greatest one-album-and-done band of all time if your qualifying criteria is English folk crossed with free jazz and doom rock. Brutal, brilliant band. @sean, think you were into their spin-off BODYWORK?


#173

Clever Girl


#174

Minor Threat only did one album (technically).


#175

Delakota! One Love was really nice, indie band with samples that seemed so amazing around the 90s. Think one of them plays live with Muse nowadays.


#176

Unicorns…


#177

Orange Organics


#178

Marine Research


#179

Volcano, I’m Still Excited!!


#180

How have I just remembered Gospel?! Still got loads of time for their album. They released a stand-alone single which was great a few years later and apparently had made some double disc prog/hardcore odyssey but all that remains is a twenty minute live recording, which is also unsurprisingly great. Anyway, legitimately cracking band.