Spazz was an influential American powerviolence band. They played a fast and heavy style of hardcore punk that, along with contemporaries
like Dropdead and Charles Bronson, helped further the underground legacy of powerviolence well into the 1990s.
Moreover, the bass player and vocalist, Chris Dodge, was the founder of "Slap-a-Ham" records, which was a vital label for the spread of
powerviolence records through out the 90s, containing bands such as Crossed Out and No Comment.