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The Locust

    The Locust are an experimental crust punk/grindcore band from California. The Locust is most notable for their use of synths throughout their music, and their use of samples and unusual sound sources. They are not guitar-based like most other grind bands.

    Similar Bands: Retox, Ed Gein, Holy Molar, Melt-Banana, Swing Kids

    LPs
    New Erections
    2007

    3.7
    248 Votes
    Plague Soundscapes
    2003

    3.9
    349 Votes
    The Locust
    1999

    3.7
    155 Votes
    EPs
    Safety Second, Body Last
    2005

    3.8
    121 Votes
    Follow The Flock, Step In Shit
    2003

    2.8
    6 Votes
    The Locust & Melt Banana Split
    2002

    3.5
    19 Votes
    Well I'll Be A Monkey's Uncle
    2002

    2.6
    18 Votes
    Flight of the Wounded Locust
    2001

    3.6
    59 Votes
    The Locust EP
    1997

    3.9
    32 Votes
    Live Albums
    The Peel Sessions
    2010

    3.8
    16 Votes
    Compilations
    Molecular Genetics From The Gold Standard Labs
    07/31/2012

    3.9
    16 Votes

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