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Album Review

Reuniting after a six-year split, Victim's Family showed few signs of flare-out with 2001's Apocalicious, a rare re-formation record of legitimate quality. The band's sound — an absurd grab bag of acid punk, funk metal, surf jazz, and hardcore math rock — survived the backstage dramas intact, and "Dog Jaw" and "I'm Being Followed Around by the CIA" were as good as anything in the band's back-catalog, at the very least indicating a song-title excellence up there with 1991's "Bloated Housewives" and "Anti-Satan Song for Mom." LP climax "Fridge" was even better, tracking down the anthem excess of Cheap Trick with the hound of the Minutemen.

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VF Still Rocks

Late! My stage diving days at the Phenix are long over… but I still love your music. Peace!


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

The Santa Rosa, CA, outfit Victim's Family formed in 1984 (the original lineup consisted of guitarist/vocalist Ralph Spight, bassist Larry Boothroyd, and drummer Devon VrMeer), and since its inception, the trio has refused to be pigeonholed to any single musical style -- incorporating elements of hardcore punk, jazz, funk, hard rock, and noise into its challenging sound. After signing to the independent Mordam Records in the mid-'80s (a label which included another hard-to-categorize act, Faith No...
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