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Mindrot's latest or related album is Dawning
Which is released on 1995-10-03 from record company Relapse.
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Back in the summer of 1989, four gloomy souls got together to create a sound that forever change the face of the Southern California underground music scene. For a year straight the members of Mindrot holed themselves up in a studio in Westmnister, CA and honed their musical craft. Then in the June of 1990 they played their first ever show in a living room in Huntington Beach, CA with local crust-masters Glycine Max. The rest as they say was history. Mindrot combined the heaviness of doom-metal, the gloominess of goth, and the political awareness of punk to create something at the time which was not being done. Their fanbase was a wide variety of characters and Mindrot was known to play multiple genre shows. One weekend you could find Mindrot opening for Bolt Thrower and the very next playing along side crust-gods Nausea (NYC) and fitting in nicely at both shows. Through the years Mindrot went through many a line-up changes. The first major line-up change came late 1989 when Barry decided to leave which led the band to acquiring Al Higdon who at the time was playing drums for Glycine Max. With his addition the band found itself moving into a heavier territory yet to be explored by the band members. Al played on the legendary 1990 Demo as well as both 7”s (Endeavor / Apocalypse split). During this time the band acquired a second guitarist, Matt (Mauz) Parrillo. Whose added volume and guitar playing made Mindrot one of the heaviest sonically Socal bands at the time. Al’s last show with the band was the 1991 show with Bolt Thrower and Believer. Learn more about Mindrot