May 02, 2009

GASP - Drome Triler Of Puzzle Zoo People (Slap A Ham, 1998)...




Gasp used elements of grindcore, power violence, psych, ambient noise, tape manipulations and down-tuned sludge to create a sound that will never be duplicated. They released records on some of the most influential punk and hardcore labels of the past decade, including Slap a Ham, Witching Hour, Clean Plate, and Deep Six.

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interview with Reggie Rosales (vocals)

9 comments:

  1. been trying to post this for a while. nice one cap. puzzle zoo is a great record

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  2. I'd dig some more Gasp if you have any.......

    Reggie is a good dude. He did more for SoCal bands in the late 90's than anyone I can think of....constantly booking kick ass shows.....R.I.P. GASP

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  3. Wow, incredible album. Thank you.

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  4. god, this band was great. they are very missed. reggie booked the first show i ever played. solid dude. long live gasp.

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  5. I ignored this band for an age, a friend recently sent me everything and I now give myself 30 lashings every night.

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