Spazz - Sweatin' To The Oldies Double LP
Spazz were a California band in the ‘90s who defined powerviolence. Angry growls about the degradation of society and corrupt institutions were screamed over thick riffs relishing in influences of hardcore punk, D-beat, crust, and grindcore. Spazz intimidated and inspired
64 tracks of Sticky/Pissed Happy Children-influenced humour, rage, speed and unpredictable Spazz madness – all from 1993-1996, compiled from splits with Charles Bronson, Brutal Truth, Rupture, Floor and more plus the debut EP, tracks from a bunch of comps including “Better Read Than Dead” and live at KFJC and 924 Gilman St. Everything remastered, or in some cases mastered for the first time by Dan Randall at Mammoth Sound. Originally released on Slap A Ham Records in 1997 and out of print for 15 years.