RELEASES

  • FUNHOUSE ALBUM DEMO (2013)

    Album Pre-Production Demos

    Ryan Downey - Vocals

    John Zeps - Guitar

    Jason McCash - Bass

    Brian "Bob" Fouts - Drums

    The entire "Let the Dead Bury the Dead" album was demoed at Funhouse Studios in Indianapolis with engineer Larry DeMyer before the band headed to Eudora, Kansas to make the record with producer Ed Rose.

  • LET THE DEAD BURY THE DEAD (2000)

    The only full-length album.

    CD only. Escape Artist Records.

    Ryan Downey - Vocals

    John Zeps - Guitars

    Jason McCash - Bass

    Brian "Bob" Fouts - Drums

    Produced & Mixed by Ed Rose

    The song "If the Spirits are Killing," which was intended to be the last track on the album, was never completed in the studio.

    The "Untitled" track that concludes the album was composed by Duncan Barlow (By the Grace of God, Endpoint, Guilt) and one of his friends, under the names "d. biddle" and "d. mundane."

  • MAKE THEM TALK Split EP (1999)

    12" EP & CD EP.

    Trustkill Records/Good Life Records

    Ryan Downey - Vocals

    John Zeps - Guitars

    Jason McCash - Bass

    Brian "Bob" Fouts - Drums

    Produced & Mixed by Tom Roosa

    This was a split EP with the band Racetraitor. "Snakes in the Garden" was re-recorded during these sessions and released on a compilation.

  • EAT SLEEP MATE DEFEND EP (1998)

    10" EP (black, white, silver vinyl) & CD EP

    ESCAPE ARTIST RECORDS

    Produced & Mixed by Mike Downton

    Ryan Downey - Vocals

    John Zeps - Guitars

    John Johnson - Bass

    Brian "Bob" Fouts - Drums

    A cover of Black Sabbath's "Heaven & Hell" was recorded during these sessions but never released. The song "1000 Tiny Wounds" from the first EP was also re-recorded but was not included on this release.

  • BURN IT DOWN EP (1997)

    Four song 7" (black and blue vinyl)/CD EP

    UPRISING RECORDS

    Ryan Downey - Vocals

    John Zeps - Guitars

    Todd Gullion - Bass

    Scoth Datsun - Drums

    A cover of Inside Out's "No Spiritual Surrender" was recorded during this session but never released anywhere.