Their output was very limited and most of their work can be found on several compilations (Arrythmia III, Detroit Rust City, and Noise Reduction) along with hard-to-find 7-inch called "Acid/Eyes Not Open", EP Atazir, and full-length cassette re:evolution now:here. The retrospective Batterie:Acid - Complete Works 1993-1996 was released in 2014 on Samboy Get Help! Recordings
Scott Wexton, also known by his stage name Voodoo Organist, is an American vocalist and keyboardist. He has also served as a member of the noise rock/post-hardcore group Today Is the Day and as a founding member of the band Batterie:Acid. Since 2001, he has recorded solo work and performed under the name Voodoo Organist. He is currently living in Yucca Valley, California where he runs a comic retailer named HooDoo.
They actively used metal objects and containers, both live and in the studio. Their output was very limited and most of their work can be found on several compilations ("Arrhythmia III", "Detroit Rust City" and "Noise Reduction"), along with a 7-inch titled "Acid, Eyes Not Open" and the cassettes "Atazir" and "re:evolution now,here".
Batterie Acid, Detroit, Michigan. We would just like to thank all of the people just being exposed to Batterie:Acid. We are no longer active as a band we all have much love for the work we did together. Thanks for checking us out in the digital age. xoxox -Sean.
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Batterie : Acid Complete Works 1993 - 1996. by Samboy Get Help! Recordings. supported by. Max. Josh Guinan. Comes in Eco-Friendly 4 panel wallet Includes unlimited streaming of Batterie:Acid Complete Works 1993-1996 via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days.
Batterie:Acid has been played on NTS shows including Elena Colombi, with Evolve (Excerpt) first played on 28 January 2019.
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