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An unbelievable EP from an incredibly heavy band. When I first heard this I honestly thought all the other so-called heavy bands were meaningless. I don't like just in your face, turn-it-to-11 bands but Deadguy (for a little while) made it important to listen to a punishing, give all you've got and more band.

Overlooked gem from 1995

This band's name somehow got swept under the rug over time. It's unfortunate. In 1995 this was the most brutal thing recorded and it was highly respected. "Fixation on a Co-worker" I think was the big album from these guys. It made lots of Best-of lists. Deadguy's albums came out before "Calculating Infinity" and "Temple of the Morning Star". Not dissing those classic records, but sometimes the trail blazer gets forgotten.


Formed: 1994 in New Jersey

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Screaming vocals are set to discordant guitars by New Jersey-based hardcore band Deadguy. Named after the late comedian John Candy, the group adopted an extremely dark and somber approach with such tunes as "Running With Scissors," "Die With Your Mask On," and "Makeshift Atomsmasher." Despite losing their two chief songwriters, one who sang lead and the other who played guitar, they reorganized with second guitarist Pops assuming lead vocals and two guitarists added shortly after releasing their...
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