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Scratch Acid

Formed in Austin, Texas in 1982, Scratch Acid was originally made up of Steve Anderson on vocals, David Wm. Sims on guitar, David Yow on bass, Brett Bradford on guitar, and Rey Washam on drums. However, Anderson was soon kicked out of the band before they even recorded an album. Yow then switched to vocals, and Sims switched to bass. Scratch Acid is easily described as an intense, grinding punk outfit. The band's first records were released on the Texas independent label, Rabid Cat, whilst the last albums were released on Touch & Go. Although the band never reached mainstream success, they had a loyal fanbase in their hometown. The band broke up in 1987, and members went on to join bands such as Rapeman, the Jesus Lizard, Tad, and Ministry.

Similar Bands: The Jesus Lizard, The Birthday Party

LPs
Just Keep Eating
1986

3.7
19 Votes
EPs
Berserker
1986

4
8 Votes
Scratch Acid
1984

4.2
28 Votes
Compilations
The Greatest Gift
1991

4.2
51 Votes

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