Encyclopedia > The Melvins

  Article Content


Redirected from The Melvins

Melvins was founded in 1984 in Seattle as a Alternative Metal and Grunge Music group. For 1988, the band Nirvana and many other Seattle-area bands, the Melvins' sludge was inspirational; the younger bands took the Black Sabbath-styled heaviness of the Melvins, while adding an equally important pop song structure, which the group tended to lack. While all of their disciples became famous after Nirvana broke big in 1991 (including Mudhoney, who featured former Melvins bassist, Matt Lukin[?]), the Melvins only expanded their cult slightly. In addition to their Melvins activities, Buzz Osbourne[?] joined Mike Patton (and former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo[?] and Mr. Bungle[?] bassist Trevor Dunn[?]) for the experimental outfit Fantômas, resulting in a pair of releases thus far (1999's Fantômas[?] debut and 2001's The Director's Cut[?]), while the Melvins' latest bassist, Kevin Rutmanis[?], joined Mike Patton in another side project, Tomahawk[?].

Melvins Discography
Year Title Label
1986 10 Songs[?] C/Z Records[?]
1987 Gluey Porch Treatments[?] Boner Records[?]
1989 Ozma[?] Boner Records[?]
1991 Bullhead Boner Records[?]
1991 Eggnog[?] Boner Records[?]
1992 Melvins[?] C/Z Records[?]
1992 Lysol[?] Boner Records[?]
1992 Dale Crover[?] Atlantic Records
1992 Joe Preston[?] Boner Records[?]
1992 King Buzzo[?] Boner Records[?]
1993 Houdini[?] Boner Records[?]
1994 Prick[?] Reptile Records[?]
1994 Stoner Witch[?] Atlantic Records
1996 Stag[?] Atlantic Records
1997 Honky[?] Amphetamine Reptile Records
1999 Live At Club Fucker 1998[?] Amphetamine Reptile Records
1999 The Maggot[?] Ipecac Records[?]
1999 The Bootlicker[?] Ipecac Records[?]
2000 The Crybaby[?] Ipecac Records[?]
2001 Electroretard[?] Man's Ruin Records[?]
2001 The Colossus Of Destiny[?] Ipecac Records[?]
2002 Hostile Ambient Takeover[?] Ipecac Records[?]

All Wikipedia text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

  Search Encyclopedia

Search over one million articles, find something about almost anything!
  Featured Article
Quadratic formula

... is derived by the method of completing the square[?]. <math>ax^2+bx+c=0</math> Dividing our quadratic equation by a, we have <math> x^2 + ...

This page was created in 25.8 ms