Impaler celebrates their 31st year of Shock Rock in 2014. They recently released their 12th album: "30 Years & Rising" last year.
Impaler is a Minnesota horror rock band from the Twin Cities. The band formed in the spring of 1983. Impaler has a theatrical show which features fake blood, cages, coffins, latex severed heads and a finale that includes a mock disemboweling of victims.
Impaler recorded demo tapes which caught the ear of Important Record Distributors and lead to the band being signed to the in-house labels IRD Records and Combat Records. They released two records with these labels, the first being the Rise Of The Mutants EP (1985)which caused much controversy with Tipper Gore and her P.M.R.C. organization. The record cover was also used as a prop in the cult horror movie Trick or Treat.
Formed in 1990 in Uptown Minneapolis. Tom Duclos & Chris Rowland -knowing in advance the name "Dumpster Juice" would never leave the memory or taste buds of anyone who had ever stumbled across the stuff - called upon drummer John Bigelow. After consulting with Duclos & Rowland over large quantities of alcohol the decision was made to hold an abrupt practice at Bigelows brother Kevin's Uptown apartment. Duclos, Rowland, John Bigelow & Kevin Bigelow became Dumpster Juice.
In June 1992 drummer Todd Petterson answered an ad Dumpster Juice left at the drum shop he just happened to be working at and within a week Todd learned the entire collection
Rowland - Vocals Todd Petterson - Drums Steve Post - Bass Kevin Bigelow - Guitar
1990 Hot Plate self released cassette 1992 End Of Ages/Probe/Stockton Spanish Fly 7" on green vinyl 1992 Living Dead/Dementia split 7" single with Yard Stick 1993 That Not So Fresh Feeling Spanish Fly Records SFR-89236-2 (Twin Tone/Restless) 1993 Restless Records New Artist Sampler RPRO-027 1994 Get That Out Of Your Mouth-Spanish Fly Records SFR 89271-2 (Twin Tone) 1994 D.D.S./Weak split 7" with God Plow on purple vinyl (Spanish Fly/227 Records) 1996 Who Died In Here-Spanish Fly Records SFR 89286-2 (TRG) 1997 Buffalo Come Live-A Lucky 13 Recording by Bronson Deathwish captured live at Gabes Oasis in December 1997 1999 Root Of All Evil Records-ROE #011-Roots IV ZoSo - The Evil Remains The Same 2002 Stow Away/So Sleep/Haul Ass EP with mini Fistcatcher video CDR No Shit Records #001-Underground Sound Recording
A multi-generational shame-based hard rock band.
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