Michigan-based Blight, formed in 1982 by guitarist Steve Miller (formerly of the
Fix) and vocalist Tesco Vee (of the Meatmen), only recorded two singles and
an EP during their four-month existence.
Detroit: The Dream Is Dead (Touch & Go, 2006) collects all of their
They shunned the Laughing Hyenas' frontal
attack in favor of a more methodical dismemberment of post-hardcore moods
The agonizing Blight and the chaotic Prophet Of Doom were
emblematic of their take on teenage angst. The music ran the gamut from the
slow-burning voodoobilly Real World to the
free-jazz with electronic dissonance of Seven Winds Over The Gobi Desert.
They even boasted melodic refrains (Be Stupid) and
danceable rhythms (Girlie Girlie).
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