Sunday, May 24, 2009

ANASARCA - self titled (7") Yuletide Records #04 1995

Again: please do not confuse them with the Death Metal band of the same name!

I was just uploading their split 7" again and I thought it might be nice to post their 7" too. Maybe their two best songs with a lot of mid phase Shotmaker and Thumbnail in here, although I think that those bands weren't an influence to Anasarca. On the other hand the flip side was a huge influence to Blue Water Boy - a band that was better than Anasarca in my opinion just suffering from the European underdog status.

Released on the small label that brought us Frail or Four Hundred Years and produced by no one else than Ken Olden from Battery/ Worlds Collide/ Damnation a.d./ Farcry and and and.

ANASARCA - self titled (7") Yuletide Records #04 1995

side a:
1. East Bunk Hill

side b:
1. Eugene Debs
[OGG Vorbis, maximum quality, password: antithesis, mirror 1, mirror 2]

Livetrack at The Sound Of Indie
Video at The Sound Of Indie
Liveset at The Sound Of Indie


Anonymous said...

Hey nice to see something here again :) Anasarca are pretty good. Never knew that the record looks that nice.

xkikix said...

Die Songs auf der 7" sind genau so, wie die Band live war: umwerfend gut! :-)

Ryan Todd said...

I have this 7" and their shirt. Saw them play my friends house show in Denton, TX in 97/98. They were very loud and very good.