Disrupt

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Disrupt
Origin Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Genres Grindcore, crust punk
Years active 1987–1994
Labels Relapse
Members Jay Stiles
Alyssa Murry
Pete Kamarinos
Jeff Hayward
Terry Savanstano
Past members Randy Odierno
Bob Palombo
Chris Drake
Harry Haralabatos
Tony Leone
Brad Jones
Mike Williams
Scott Lucid
Kendal Treffery

Disrupt was an American grindcore/crust punk band from Boston, Massachusetts, United States. They only released one mainstream album (Unrest on Relapse), however the band acquired a cult following on the strength of several underground 7-inch EPs and compilation appearances.[1] Their lyrics are anarchist in nature.

Members of the band have gone on to play in many other bands since the dissolution of Disrupt, including Consume, Grief, State of Fear, and Goff.

Band members[edit]

  • Jay Stiles - Vocals
  • Pete Kamarinos - Vocals
  • Jeff Hayward - Guitars
  • Terry Savanstano - Guitars
  • Randy Odierno - Drums
  • Bob Palombo - Bass
  • Chris Drake - guitar
  • Harry Haralabatos - drums
  • Tony Leone - Bass
  • Brad Jones - Drums
  • Mike Williams - guitar/drums
  • Scott Lucid - Bass
  • Alyssa Murry - Vocals
  • Kendal Treffery - Guitars

Recording Engineer - Co-Producer[edit]

Discography[edit]

  • Millions Die for Moneymaking demo, 1988
  • self-titled EP, 1990
  • Refuse Planet EP, 1991
  • split EP with Destroy, 1991
  • split EP with Disdain, 1992
  • split EP with Resist, 1992
  • split EP with Tuomiopäivän Lapset, 1992
  • split EP with Taste of Fear, 1992
  • Smash Divisions EP, 1992
  • split LP with Sauna, 1993
  • Unrest LP, 1994 (reissued/remastered for CD in 2008 with 30 tracks)
  • Deprived EP, 1994
  • split EP with Warcollapse, 1995
  • self-titled LP, 2008

Compilation appearances[edit]

  • Son of Bllleeaaauuurrrrggghhh!, 1992
  • Crust and Anguished, 1992
  • Apocalyptic Convulsions, 1992
  • Death... Is Just the Beginning III', 1994
  • Corporate Death, 1994
  • Heavy Hardcore Headroom, 1996
  • Grind Your Mind, 2007

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nick Mangel, Disrupt LP review, Maximum Rock'n'Roll No. 301, June 2008, record reviews section.

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