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Abhor Evil

Thrash Metal
Liberty, Missouri, USA

Abhor Evil started off when the band members were 15. Their song “Zone Zong” was included on the R.E.X. Music sample Demo-lition in 1992. The band had offers from R.E.X. and Blonde Vinyl, but thy decided to go with Blonde Vinyl. They had also shifted musical direction to be more of a heavy funk metal sound. Michael Knott did not like the name of the band, so they changed it to Ethereal Soul. The members of the band were 17 when they were signed. However, on the way to record their Blonde Vinyl debut, they received a call that the label had gone bankrupt. R.E.X. and Tooth & Nail Records were still willing to sign Ethereal Soul, but they decided to continue on as an independent act.

Discography

1990 Abhor Evil (aka “Christian Core”)
1990 Generic Cover Project (aka “2”)
1991? Wisconsin Tapes

Abhor Evil (aka "Christian Core")

1990 Independent

Jeremy Walla – Guitars, vocals
Jarrod Roark – Guitars
David G. Andersen – Bass
Tyson Brown – Drums

  1. Listen and Hear
  2. No Way
  3. Evil
  4. Victory
  5. Fight for Your Life
  6. Candles in the Night
  7. Disco King

Generic Cover Project (aka "2")

1990 Independent

Jeremy Walla – Guitars, vocals
Jarrod Roark – Guitars
Brett Haas – Bass
Tyson Brown – Drums

  1. Mahalath
  2. Element of Mind
  3. Nausea
  4. Bass Solo
  5. Love
  6. 6/23/90

Wisconsin Tapes

1991? Independent

Jeremy Walla – Guitars, vocals
Jarrod Roark – Guitars
Brett Haas – Bass
Tyson Brown – Drums

  1. Zone Zong
  2. U-Boat
  3. You're Not God
  4. DRSFD
  5. Neuralenema
  6. Limbo
  7. Mahalath
  8. Age of Aquariums
  9. Patchwork
  10. On the Floor
  11. Tyrade