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 According to the Industrial Revoultion in Winter 1991: “Cyber-core (my name for it) is also taking the scene by force. With [[Mortal]] already out and [[Circle of Dust]] due out in March, [[Chatterbox]], The Bumpus Hounds, and others are following suit. They all have a distinct sound, though. The Bumpus Hounds is a collaboration of Eric Shirey and [[Oatmeal]] (of Houston’s [[Red Ink]]). They combine bizzare samples and core style guitar (lots of it) for a very Godflesh-ish sound. Rumor has it that [[Deitiphobia]] is collaborating for a cyber-core project to be released on [[Blonde Vinyl]] through [[SLAVA Music]]. I hear that it combines a sort of Ministry //Land of…// with the quirkiness that spell [[Deitiphobia]] and that some [[Blonde Vinyl]] artist may show up on the album (is BV taking over the show?)” According to the Industrial Revoultion in Winter 1991: “Cyber-core (my name for it) is also taking the scene by force. With [[Mortal]] already out and [[Circle of Dust]] due out in March, [[Chatterbox]], The Bumpus Hounds, and others are following suit. They all have a distinct sound, though. The Bumpus Hounds is a collaboration of Eric Shirey and [[Oatmeal]] (of Houston’s [[Red Ink]]). They combine bizzare samples and core style guitar (lots of it) for a very Godflesh-ish sound. Rumor has it that [[Deitiphobia]] is collaborating for a cyber-core project to be released on [[Blonde Vinyl]] through [[SLAVA Music]]. I hear that it combines a sort of Ministry //Land of…// with the quirkiness that spell [[Deitiphobia]] and that some [[Blonde Vinyl]] artist may show up on the album (is BV taking over the show?)”
  
-===== Discography: =====+Eric Shirey also went on to form [[Primary Censor]] and then [[Coarse]].
  
-| 1990 | [[The Pit Dug for the Wicked]] | fff Music |+In 2020, [[Retroactive Records]] released the //Industrial Evolution// compilation. It contained all of the tracks from The Bumpus Hounds, [[Primary Censor]], [[Coarse]], and [[Abstain]]. Two unreleased Bumpus Hound tracks were added - an instrumental version of "Sanctuary" and a re-worked version of "Thrown Away" that Brent Stackhouse of [[Deitiphobia]] / [[X-Propagation]] put together in 1993 to showcase the future direction Shirey want to go in. Stackhouse did all of the keyboards and programming based on Shirey's music, while Shirey wrote a new verse to give the song a more positive conclusion. 
 + 
 +===== Discography ===== 
 + 
 +| 1990 | [[https://christiantapeunderground.wordpress.com/2018/06/06/the-bumpus-hounds-the-pit-dug-for-the-wicked/|The Pit Dug for the Wicked]] | fff Music | 
 + 
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 + 
 +==== The Pit Dug for the Wicked ==== 
 + 
 +1990 fff Music 
 + 
 +Eric Shirley – Vocals and lyrics\\ 
 +Oatmeal – Instruments and music 
 + 
 +Wally Shaw – Recorded, produced, engineered, and wrote “Sanctuary” (as Icon Tack)\\ 
 +MC White E – Guest appearance on “Temple”\\ 
 +Stephen Wagers – Guest appearance on “Temple” 
 + 
 +  - World’s End 
 +  - Blind Hate 
 +  - Temple 
 +  - Thrown Away 
 +  - Sanctuary 
 + 
 +------ 
 + 
 +==== Compilation Appearances ==== 
 + 
 +//**Industrial Evolution**// (2020 Retroactive Records) 
 + 
 +Brent Stackhouse - Keyboards and programming on "Thrown Away (X-Propagation Retool 1993)" 
 + 
 +  - World’s End 
 +  - Blind Hate 
 +  - Temple 
 +  - Thrown Away 
 +  - Sanctuary 
 +  - Sanctuary (instrumental) 
 +  - Thrown Away (X-Propagation Retool 1993) 
 + 
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