Tuesday, June 24, 2008

2000 Lethargy Discography '93-'99
Spoth Records/Watchmen Records

Lethargy were a technical grind band from Rochester, New York. A bit reminiscent of Human Remains, but even more technical in terms of guitar and bass playing, drumming, and overall song composition. They carry grind to the highest level of musicianship I’ve ever heard. Their complexity and originality cannot be matched! With grind you can expect certain qualities, like screaming vocals, speed, and anger. Lethargy contains these elements, but they mix so many other elements into the music such as constantly shifting tempos, jaw-dropping precision and timing, strangely acrobatic riffing, a bit of humor, lots of melodies and harmonies, jazz elements, and even some happy guitar parts now and then touching on rock. - metal-rules.com (2000)

After Lethargy, Bill and Brann went on to play with Today is the Day before forming Mastodon.
After Lethargy, Erik played drums in Kalibas, formed Sulaco (G.V) and has been playing and touring with Nuclear Assault and Brutal Truth.

I had to break the file up into 4 parts since there is a 100meg limit on mediafire.com

Lethargy Discography '93-'99 Disc 1 part 1
DISC 1 PART 1

Lethargy Discography '93-'99 Disc 1 part 2
DISC 1 PART 2

Lethargy Discography '93-'99 Disc 2 part 1
DISC 2 PART 1

Lethargy Discography '93-'99 Disc 2 part 2
DISC 2 PART 2

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey are you still doing this? Do you have any matrikhore? I would LOVE to get my hands on some.

Thanks.

I, Monarch said...

Do you think you could re-up this? I'd love to hear some Lethargy after hearing Noisear, Human Remains, etc. Are any of these CDs still sold?

Anonymous said...

Why wasn't Adam Routier mentioned? Without Adam, the level of the band's technicality would have been diminished. Just because he isn't in a well known band, doesn't mean that he shouldn't recognized his kickass bass lines which were at the very soul of the Lethargy sound.

Anonymous said...

***Correction***
Why wasn't Adam Routier mentioned? Without Adam, the level of the band's technicality would have been diminished. Just because he isn't in a well known band, doesn't mean that he shouldn't BE recognized FOR his kickass bass lines which were at the very soul of the Lethargy sound.

Anonymous said...

@ Anonymous, when this was originally posted Adam wasn't doing anything musically as far as I was aware. Currently he's playing guitar in the band " To The Deep."

Anonymous said...

Alan Overslaugh
http://imgur.com/a/6VhCf
Rochester NY Punk

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