Drop Dead is an album originally released in 1984 by Weymouth hardcore band Siege. It is the only album the band ever released. The original "album" was a self-released demo cassette with six songs recorded at Radiobeat studios in Boston and produced by Lou Giordano. There were also three songs recorded for Pushead's Cleanse the Bacteria hardcore compilation. When the album was finally given a proper (.
No relief No release No peace. None survive None alive Genocide. No refrain Only pain Only pain. Drop Dead" Track Info. Drop Dead Siege (band).
Fiery is one of the best ways to describe Drop Dead. In just 12 minutes and 41 seconds, Siege melds speed and fury in ways that, at the time, we’re unheard of. Its extensive influence on powerviolence and grind is still felt today, with bands still find inspiration in ideas popularized during the band’s sole works. Beyond this, the release has aged remarkably well, feeling as fresh and vigorous as ever. Madonna Madame X. Fetid Steeping Corporeal Mess.
Siege plays with crazy speed on their Drop Dead album. It runs about 15 or 16 minutes takes aspects of early hardcore like acts like black flag and suicidal tendencies and makes something faster. The music never sounds tired, awkward, or boring. In the realm of punk, this is only surpassed by 'Extreme Noise Terror' 5 years later on their "Holocaust In Your Head" album. The production of this album is perfect. All the instruments and vocals come in clearly, but at the same time, there's a harsh aesthetic to the sound quality, which is totally fitting for the type of music being played here. If the sound quality was polished, it wouldn't have much of the bite it's famed for.
Siege - Drop Dead 01:07. Siege - Conform 02:32. Siege - Life of Hate 00:27. Siege - Starvation 00:44. Siege - Armageddon 00:28. Siege - Grim Reaper 07:26. Siege - Sad but True 01:37. Siege - Cold War 01:17.
Listen free to Siege – Drop Dead (Drop Dead, Conform and more). Drop Dead is the sole official release by the influential Siege, originally recorded at Radiobeat on February 6, 1984. Originally self-released by the band, the demo tape would gain notoriety within bootlegging circles and hardcore scenes, thus gaining it the status it has today. The band Dropdead would take their name from this record. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.