"some music was meant to stay underground..."


From: AZ, United States
Last Known Status: Disbanded

Latest Atrophy News

Below is our complete Atrophy news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Atrophy Reissue Details Announced

Metal Mind Productions has set a November 27 release date for reissues of the classic ATROPHY albums "Considered Dead" and "Erosion of Sanity". Both CDs will come in a new digipack edition on golden discs, digitally remastered using 24-bit technology, and will be limited to a hand-numbered 2,000 copies. Each title includes three bonus demo tracks and a bootleg video. The details are as follows:

"Socialized Hate" Track-List:
01. Chemical Dependency
02. Killing Machine
03. Matter of Attitude
04. Preacher, Preacher
05. Beer Bong
06. Socialized Hate
07. Best Defense
08. Product of the Past
09. Rest in Pieces
10. Urban Decay
+ Bonus tracks:
11. Chemical Dependency (demo)
12. Rest In Pieces (demo)
13. Preacher, Preacher (demo)
14. Socialized Hate (bootleg video)

"Violent by Nature" track listing:
01. Puppies and Friends
02. Violent by Nature
03. In Their Eyes
04. Too Late to Change
05. Slipped through the Cracks
06. Forgotten But Not Gone
07. Process of Elimination
08. Right to Die
09. Things Change
+ Bonus tracks:
10. Suicide Pact (demo)
11. Product Of The Past (demo)
12. Beer Bong (demo)
13. Violent By Nature (bootleg video)

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Classic Atrophy Albums To Be Reissued In November

Displeased Records has set a November 28 release date for the reissues of the two classic '80s thrash albums from ATROPHY - 1988's "Socialized Hate" and 1990's "Violent by Nature". The CDs will be remastered, and will include bonus material, lyrics and biography.

Former members James Gulotta and Tim Kelly have recently been seen in a new band called HEAD CIRCUS, self-described as "still heavy metal and aggressive as always." At one time an album was planned, but their current status is uncertain.

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