- Performer:King Snake Roost
- Title:Ground into the Dirt
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Post-Hardcore
- Date of release:1990
- Size FLAC version1121 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1189 megabytes
- Size WMA version1529 megabytes
- Formats:ADX DTS WMA VOC FLAC AU
Ground Into The Dirt (Cass, Album). Amphetamine Reptile Records. ABE 910. King Snake Roost. Ground Into The Dirt (LP, Album). Aberrant Records, Normal.
Ground into the Dirt. Amphetamine Reptile Records 189. CD. 2001. Ground into the Dirt. Amphetamine Reptile Records 89189.
Ground Into the Dirt is the third and final studio album by the noise rock band King Snake Roost, released on 20 June 1990 by Amphetamine Reptile Records. David Sprague of the Trouser Press said that Ground Into the Dirt "proffers a sound at once burlier and more graceful, not unlike Killdozer fused with Funkadelic" and that it was the best place to start for those unfamiliar with the band. Adapted from the Ground Into the Dirt liner notes.
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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. King Snake Roost (also known as KSR) were one of a number of Australian and International guitar-based bands who emerged from within the punk rock and post-punk scene of the mid-1980s that came to be defined as noise rock. King Snake Roost formed in 1985 in Adelaide and in 1987 the band moved to Sydney. During 1989 he recorded the Tumor Circus album with members of Steel Pole Bathtub and Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedys. He also played on both Bushpig records with Steve Turner and Mark Arm of Mudhoney Trigger, vocals. Michael Raymond, bass.
Ground Into the Dirt is the third and final studio album by the noise rock band King Snake Roost, released on 20 June 1990. Personnel King Snake Roost.
Ground Into the Dirt was released in 1990 on the Amphetamine Reptile label in the . and Megadisc in Europe. Quinn and Bostle then left the band and were replaced by Paul Kitten and Craig Rossi, respectively. King Snake Roost broke up by the end of the year, and although they re-formed for a brief time in 1990, no recordings resulted.
King Snake Roost, Category: Artist, Biography: King Snake Roost's debut EP, From Barbarism to Christian Manhood (1987), exemplified their heavy, guitar-driven style of garage music. Monthly Listeners: 91, Where People Listen: London, Munich, Ryde, Philadelphia, Dallas. Later that year, King Snake Roost toured the . with Babes in Toyland, Helmet, and the Hard-Ons. During the two-month tour, they recorded their third album with producer Butch Vig. During this time, Tolnay also worked with the Dead Kennedys' lead singer Jello Biafra and members of . band Steel Pole Bathtub under the banner Tumor Circus. Ground Into the Dirt was released in 1990 on the Amphetamine Reptile label in the .