Wednesday, January 9, 2019


Short-lived late 90's female-fronted screamo band from Richmond, VA featuring members of Song Of Zarathustra and

I was going to post this band thinking there wasn't a place to find them, but lo and behold there is a bandcamp which has both their releases. Missing a potential later live track collection if I'm reading things correctly. I don't like doing bandcamp posts, but whatever.

I just have to say this band has some of the most insane female vocals I've ever heard. Track two off the first 7inch is just nuts. Both 7inches keep up the intensity, not huge on the instrumental parts though, I just skip past them.

Orlock is a great band with some connections to some other famous  bands which you can actually see here on this neat little website

Please go listen

First 7inch

Second 7inch

Monday, January 7, 2019


Ex-Ignota were an / band from Goleta, CA. They formed in 1993 and broke up in 1996. They released their demo under the name IG-88.
1994: The Revolt of the Faceless Humanoids Cassette (Self-Released)
1995: Lazarus is Back 7" (Ebullition)
1995: Amy's Day b/w Truce 7" (Redwood)
1996: Uranium 9 Volt/Ex-Ignota Split CD (Resistor)
1997: Jammin' On the One CD (Satellite Transmissions)
1998: Ex-Ignota/Barcode Split 7" (Hymnal sounds)
1994: Heartattack #10 12" (Ebullition)
199?: Technology: A Compilation of Remixes (Skyscraper Mag)

I guess I'm missing a few tracks, sorry about that. Here's most of it though. Just 90's as all hell. I really like this band. Recommend. Love the split with Barcode.


Isodora Crane

Isodora Crane is a , then an  band located in Southern California. The band, a very brief and under appreciated musical experiment, spanned over 3 years and 2 unique genres. At the time the band impressed many with what was believed to be a new sound for . They are currently back together and touring. Although, Isodora Crane is no longer about the skramz.

Isadora Crane are definitely not obscure to people really into this genre, but who even cares anymore. They fit this blog perfectly. The second song on the album was on one of the emotape compilations. I think they were pretty legendary. Check it out if you have never heard.

the impossibilities of a static universe

Sunday, December 30, 2018


Sorry for the inactivity of this blog. I still have some stuff to post. Expect it sooner or later.

I also have a ton of single tracks that were never worth making a post for. Maybe a Thisendlessbreath singles post some day.

On another note, I am running out of material. It's just the nature of what I'm posting. There's some world stuff I've been sitting on which I could post to keep things going for a while longer.

Either way, when I get my shit together you'll see some more stuff.

Monday, October 15, 2018


From 1995-present illithed has rocked in and out of hiatus status. Good times were had. Currently, members of illithed are pursuing other projects(not just in music). Will illithed return? Nope. Maybe? Probably. Probably not though. It could happen. What do YOU think?

This is a weird band that seems to have played many styles of hardcore. They're from Indianapolis and started out as kind of a generic hardcore band as seen in these youtube tracks. They're not particularly noteworthy so I'm not going to post them. What I am going to post is two compilation tracks where they play a very late 90's emo sound, which is quite good. They later went on to play some more generic hardcore sound as can be seen in this bandcamp. Not sure why they changed their sound so much.

The tracks are from Relics of Ordinary Life, and Songs of the Dead II: Idle Hands. Both are legendary compilations.

Compilation Songs

With Childlike Eyes

Okay, I don't have too much on this band. It's mid 2000's from St.Louis I believe. Very tech metal influenced. Not entirely sure if there is much else. I also have some stuff by hundred year hex which I will post. It's kind of meh to be honest.

3-d demo

six minutes of jazz hands

half of split

hvndr3dy34rh3x split (with hvndr3dy34rh3x songs)

live at shattered

Salusa Secundus

Salusa Secundus
Tracks 1-8 recorded by Mike Bowler in St. Louis, MO, Spring 2000
Tracks 9-11 recorded by Eric Abert in Alton, IL, Summer 1999
Billy Wallace: guitar and vocals
Steve Ricks: guitar and vocals
Jarid Mathenia: bass and vocals
Drew Mader: drums and vocals
More vocals by Jon Robertson and Justyn Stahl
Billy, Steve and Drew could later be heard in the band Camp Climax for Girls

I actually got this album off one of the members who played in this band. I originally found out about them due to their association with They kind of fit in that scene. The guy I was talking to was going to give me some extra info + some other tracks from other bands, but I never heard back from him. Maybe one day.

Anyway, it's not totally remarkable but check it out if you're curious.

Salusa Secundus