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Social Infestation

Country of origin:
United States
Location:
Atlanta, Georgia
Status:
Unknown
Formed in:
1995
Genre:
Grindcore
Lyrical themes:
Social, Political, Depression
Last label:
Goat Lord Records
Years active:
1995-?
Contributed the songs "Some People Push Back" and "Dirty Harry Syndrome" to the second volume of This Comp Kills Fascists (released on Relapse Records).
Last known
Troy Sanders Bass
See also: Killer Be Killed, Mastodon, Thin Lizzy (live), Gone Is Gone, ex-Four Hour Fogger, ex-Knuckle, ex-Puaka Balava
Mike Thompson Drums (1995-?)
See also: Withered, ex-Necroflesh, ex-Puaka Balava
Chris Freeman Guitars (1995-?)
See also: ex-Withered
Past
Jennifer Vocals
Eric Crowe Vocals
See also: Crawl, Fulci, Sons of God, ex-Big Yellow Mama, ex-Her Name Is Death, Marax, ex-Hog Mountin, ex-Molehill, ex-Church Picnic, ex-Fred Mertz Pants, ex-Murder of Crows, ex-Necroflesh, ex-Neuroblast, ex-Puaka Balava
Troy Sanders Bass
See also: Killer Be Killed, Mastodon, Thin Lizzy (live), Gone Is Gone, ex-Four Hour Fogger, ex-Knuckle, ex-Puaka Balava
Mike Thompson Drums (1995-?)
See also: Withered, ex-Necroflesh, ex-Puaka Balava
Chris Freeman Guitars (1995-?)
See also: ex-Withered
Jennifer Vocals
Eric Crowe Vocals
See also: Crawl, Fulci, Sons of God, ex-Big Yellow Mama, ex-Her Name Is Death, Marax, ex-Hog Mountin, ex-Molehill, ex-Church Picnic, ex-Fred Mertz Pants, ex-Murder of Crows, ex-Necroflesh, ex-Neuroblast, ex-Puaka Balava
Added by: Smyrma Modified by: AndrewPYL
Added on: 2003-03-23 16:51:39 Last modified on: 2018-11-06 01:31:47