Wednesday, 29 April 2009

Beaten Back to Pure

Citing the three B's (beer, bongs and boredom) as inspiration, vocalist Ben Hogg and guitarist Vince Burke formed self-described "Grassroots Piss-Metal" band Beaten Back to Pure in the state of Virginia, during the sweltering summer of 1998. Two years later, shortly after recording the Double Barrel Blasphemy demo and welcoming second guitarist Eric Sundt, bassist Tim "Slam" Jacobs, and drummer Chuck Ember, Beaten Back to Pure began recording their first album, 2001's Southern Apocalypse, with Today Is the Day mastermind Steve Austin acting as producer. Relentless touring and a second album entitled The Last Refuge of the Sons of Bitches followed in 2002, and, after replacing Sundt with new guitarist Richie Scharr, the band focused its energies on album number three. This would emerge in 2004 via new record label This Dark Reign (the band's first two outings having been issued by U.K.-based Retribute Records), and was titled The Burning South.
~ Ed Rivadavia, All Music Guide

Southern Apocalypse (2001)

1. Whore's Bath
2. Tremors Bebeath the Skin

3. Acolyte

4. Antietum
5. Failure Wine

6. Six Gun Salute

192kbps mp3

The Last Refuge of the Sons of Bitches (2002)

1. The Last Refuge of the Sons of Bitches
2. Wheels Coming Off

3. Syphilis

4. Shards of Mason Jars

5. Paleface

6. 866 Days
7. Carry Me Back to Old Vaginny

8. Double Barrel Blasphemy

192kbps mp3

The Burning South (2004)

1. American Vermin
2. Smothered in Sundress
3. Hell Goes Thru Hanging Dog
4. One Shovel and a Place to Die
5. Where the Sewer Meets the Sea
6. Pilars of Tomorrow, Piles of Yesterday
7. Vertigo
8. Running Out of Neck

192kbps mp3

No comments:

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...