(vocalist and guitarist Amber Valentine and drummer Edgar Livengood)
mixed the dark sludge of the Melvins and shoegazing buzz of My Bloody Valentine
and then appended sweet female vocals to the resulting noise on
Calling All Cars On The Vegas Strip (1999).
I Name You Destroyer (Velocette, 2002) perfected the contrast between
their lumbering, distorted, pummeling, crushing doom-grunge and the
whispered vocals, sounding like the Melvins fronted by a daydreaming child.
The EP War Bird (Velocette, 2004) and
If Thine Enemy Hunger (Relapse, 2006)
began to take disorienting detours.
The style became much more eclectic with L'Autrichienne (Relapse, 2008), a 21-song concept album about the French Revolution, running the gamut from
power-pop to grindcore.
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