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As the Sun Sets

The band released a full length recording (now long out of print) on Moment of Clarity Records, which was advertised for and distributed by Trash Art. This recording was later reissued in a stripped-down version by the City of Hell label. In 2002 the band came back to the public eye as a more volatile beast. The metallic mosh-heavy sound of their earlier material was replaced as the group introduced a noisier, more frenetic approach to songwriting on the "7744" album, released by Undecided records. The band's final release was an EP which brought the band back to Trash Art. Steve Austin fr ...read more

The band released a full length recording (now long out of print) on Moment of Clarity Records, which was advertised for and distributed by Trash Art. This recording was later reissued in a stripped-down version by the City of Hell label. In 2002 the band came back to the public eye as a more volatile beast. The metallic mosh-heavy sound of their earlier material was replaced as the group introduced a noisier, more frenetic approach to songwriting on the "7744" album, released by Undecided records. The band's final release was an EP which brought the band back to Trash Art. Steve Austin from noted noise/metal act Today Is The Day mastered a second mix of the material, which was released as "8949". The EP was very short in length, clocking in under five minutes in length, and showcased what would be the last material the band had written. It included an instrumental track (with screaming low in the mix to maintain atmosphere) and was considered a disappointment by some fans who did not like the new sound, or felt it was too short. Contrary to popular belief, the band was broken up long before "8949" was released, and had stopped functioning by the time these final recordings were finished. At the same time, drummer Jon Syverson, who had been living in Austin, TX, returned to New England and formed a new group called Daughters with two former members of ATSS. Other bands since spawned are Suffering Bastard, and Zombifying Venom. « hide

Similar Bands: Daughters, The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Great Redneck Hope, Converge, The Sawtooth Grin

8949
2002

3.2
13 Votes
7744
2002

3.7
64 Votes
Each Individual Voice is Dead in the Silence
1999

3.7
34 Votes

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