Brutal Juice was a Texas band, led by singer and guitarist Gordon "Mike" Gibson
and mainly fielded with graduates of the local school of music,
that thrived in a limbo bordering death metal,
industrial music, acid-rock and punk-pop.
Cannibal Holocaust (Direct Hit),
Punk Fuck (Direct Hit),
Black Moment of Panic (Alternative Tentacles, 1994),
Rocktown (Alternative Tentacles, 1994),
show the technical progress of the band, initially only a pretext for violent
live shows but slowly turning into a complex sonic experience.
The singles, the cassette
How Tasty Was My Little Timmy (Homus Boyus, 1991)
and the live I Love The Way They Scream When They Die (Sound Virus, 1994)
are summarized on the official debut, Mutilation (Interscope, 1995).
A few additions to the canon
(Kentucky Fuck Daddy, The Vaginals) are witty and irreverent.
The spirit is very "red-neck" (sex, alcohol and rock and roll).
The Hendrix-ian guitar of Ted Wood often steals the show.