HUMAN REMAINS (USA/NJ)


Remains formed in 1989, at which time they were rounded out by bassist Ted Patterson in addition to Miller, Witte, Procopio, and Baglino. They recorded a few demos and one 7" with this lineup, before a new bassist, William Carl Black, came on board to replace Patterson. This lineup recorded one EP, the six-song Using Sickness as a Hero, which was released by Relapse Records in 1996. By this time, though, the band had already broken up. Various members of the group went on to play with other bands: Baglino joined the hardcore/noisecore band Deadguy; Black formed a Zappa-esque jazz-rock-klezmer group called the Dmitri Guerevitch Quintet; and Witte stayed busy with other bands including Discordance Axis, Major Burns, and Black Army Jacket. By 1999, Witte had gotten back together with Patterson in the noisecore/metalcore quintet Burnt by the Sun. Finally, in 2002, with interest in Human Remains still relatively high considering their small recorded output, Relapse released a double-disc anthology of all the band's official recordings and demos, entitled Where Were You When.

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1990 DEMO

Pro printed covers and tapes! - Teddy

TRACK LISTING:
- Symptoms of the New Society
- Blessed Paradise
- Malignance
- Human Remains
- Imagine

 

1991 DEMO

Pro made cassettes and covers.

TRACK LISTING:
- Chemical Life
- Fictiously Vivid
- Of The Same Flesh
- Sight Beyond Sickness

1991 DEMO TAPE:

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