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Agorapocalypse
$8.32
Frozen Corpse Stuffed With Dope
$12.98
Arc
$12.02
Honky Reduction
$9.92
PCP Torpedo/ANBRX (2xCD)
$19.55
Altered States of America (Reissue)
$18.37
And On And On. . .
$7.98
The Poachers Diaries by Converge/ Ago...
$24.95
Beatial Machinery: Discography 1
$23.60
Poacher Diaries
$23.99

Fan Reviews

Scott
September 22nd 2016
Unbelievable show
Tucson, AZ@
SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST V

About Agoraphobic Nosebleed

As with many legendary endeavors, what eventually grew into an inimitable legacy began as a
decision motivated by sheer frustration: On one fateful day in 1994, lamenting the lack of
drummers in the Massachusetts area, Scott Hull and friends formed AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED (ANb) ​with the help of a drum machine. The rest, as they say, is history. In 1998, after releasing a number of split EPs and seven-­inch LPs, ANb ​(now featuring J. Randall of Japanese Torture Comedy Hour, ex-­ISIS) put themselves on the map when they unleashed their Relapse Records debut, Honkey Reduction. Featuring 26 tracks of unbelievably manic grindcore, Honkey Reductionm sizzled flesh and tenderized minds; Hull made guitar strings swarm like pissed off hornets while his torrential drum programming rained down on the listener like AK­47 rounds gutting a pumpkin.

In late 1999, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED unleashed PCP Torpedo (Hydra Head), a scathing barrage of derangement nicely done up as a six-­inch slab o' wax. The following year, Relapse issued a split release (The
Poacher Diaries) featuring ANb ​facing off against Boston metallic hardcore predecessors
Converge. As writing commenced for the next ANb recording, additional members were deemed
necessary: the band doubled in size, adding grindcore alums Richard Johnson and Carl Schultz.
In 2002, after an almost three-­and-­a-­half-­year wait, ANb ​unveiled their second full­-length,
Frozen Corpse Stuffed with Dope. A surprise live appearance at the 2003 New England Metal
and Hardcore Festival, the first in the band’s history, caught everyone off guard.

ANb ​then set to work on a concept beyond bizarre: with a focused mindset, and a plethora of
mind­-confounding ideas, the band wrote and recorded Altered States of America, a 100-track 3
CD. Released on April Fools Day, 2003, Altered States of America delivered the most ambitious
ANb ​album yet and delivered completely inhuman music with a consummate disregard for its
listener. After several more split releases, both 7” and CD, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED
updated their lineup with Kat (Salome) replacing Schultz. ANb ​then unleashed the full-­length
Agorapocalypse in 2009 via Relapse Records. The album was even more in­-your-­face and
aggressive than its predecessors, featuring a quantum leap forward in programming and material
in comparison to older material; the album found widespread praise from publications including
Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, and Terrorizer, among others.

Beginning in 2015, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED ​began venturing further out into the
world of live performance, playing at Maryland Deathfest & Housecore Horror Fest in 2015; the
band has also been confirmed for the first-­ever Netherlands Deathfest in February 2016. ANb ​is
now currently writing and recording a series of four EPs, each written in the preferred style of
each member. After a four­-year break from the studio, the infamous extreme metal instigators
have returned with the first in the series designed to decimate your total being. Led by the
banshee-­like howl of vocalist Kat Katz, ANb have unleashed a crushing, three­-song onslaught of
misanthropic, musical violence. Simply titled Arc, the 25+ minute sludge­fueled feast is ANb
sounding heavier, doomier and more destructive than ever before.

AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED ​is:

Scott Hull: Guitars, Bass, Machines
J. Randall: Vocals, Electronics
Richard Johnson: Vocals
Kat: Vocals
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Band Members:
Richard Johnson: Vocals, Scott Hull: Guitars / Machines, Jay Randall: Noise Vocals, John Jarvis: Bass
Hometown:
Springfield, Massachusetts

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Agoraphobic Nosebleed to play in your city
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Merch (ad)

Agorapocalypse
$8.32
Frozen Corpse Stuffed With Dope
$12.98
Arc
$12.02
Honky Reduction
$9.92
PCP Torpedo/ANBRX (2xCD)
$19.55
Altered States of America (Reissue)
$18.37
And On And On. . .
$7.98
The Poachers Diaries by Converge/ Ago...
$24.95
Beatial Machinery: Discography 1
$23.60
Poacher Diaries
$23.99

Fan Reviews

Scott
September 22nd 2016
Unbelievable show
Tucson, AZ@
SOUTHWEST TERROR FEST V

About Agoraphobic Nosebleed

As with many legendary endeavors, what eventually grew into an inimitable legacy began as a
decision motivated by sheer frustration: On one fateful day in 1994, lamenting the lack of
drummers in the Massachusetts area, Scott Hull and friends formed AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED (ANb) ​with the help of a drum machine. The rest, as they say, is history. In 1998, after releasing a number of split EPs and seven-­inch LPs, ANb ​(now featuring J. Randall of Japanese Torture Comedy Hour, ex-­ISIS) put themselves on the map when they unleashed their Relapse Records debut, Honkey Reduction. Featuring 26 tracks of unbelievably manic grindcore, Honkey Reductionm sizzled flesh and tenderized minds; Hull made guitar strings swarm like pissed off hornets while his torrential drum programming rained down on the listener like AK­47 rounds gutting a pumpkin.

In late 1999, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED unleashed PCP Torpedo (Hydra Head), a scathing barrage of derangement nicely done up as a six-­inch slab o' wax. The following year, Relapse issued a split release (The
Poacher Diaries) featuring ANb ​facing off against Boston metallic hardcore predecessors
Converge. As writing commenced for the next ANb recording, additional members were deemed
necessary: the band doubled in size, adding grindcore alums Richard Johnson and Carl Schultz.
In 2002, after an almost three-­and-­a-­half-­year wait, ANb ​unveiled their second full­-length,
Frozen Corpse Stuffed with Dope. A surprise live appearance at the 2003 New England Metal
and Hardcore Festival, the first in the band’s history, caught everyone off guard.

ANb ​then set to work on a concept beyond bizarre: with a focused mindset, and a plethora of
mind­-confounding ideas, the band wrote and recorded Altered States of America, a 100-track 3
CD. Released on April Fools Day, 2003, Altered States of America delivered the most ambitious
ANb ​album yet and delivered completely inhuman music with a consummate disregard for its
listener. After several more split releases, both 7” and CD, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED
updated their lineup with Kat (Salome) replacing Schultz. ANb ​then unleashed the full-­length
Agorapocalypse in 2009 via Relapse Records. The album was even more in­-your-­face and
aggressive than its predecessors, featuring a quantum leap forward in programming and material
in comparison to older material; the album found widespread praise from publications including
Rolling Stone, Alternative Press, and Terrorizer, among others.

Beginning in 2015, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED ​began venturing further out into the
world of live performance, playing at Maryland Deathfest & Housecore Horror Fest in 2015; the
band has also been confirmed for the first-­ever Netherlands Deathfest in February 2016. ANb ​is
now currently writing and recording a series of four EPs, each written in the preferred style of
each member. After a four­-year break from the studio, the infamous extreme metal instigators
have returned with the first in the series designed to decimate your total being. Led by the
banshee-­like howl of vocalist Kat Katz, ANb have unleashed a crushing, three­-song onslaught of
misanthropic, musical violence. Simply titled Arc, the 25+ minute sludge­fueled feast is ANb
sounding heavier, doomier and more destructive than ever before.

AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED ​is:

Scott Hull: Guitars, Bass, Machines
J. Randall: Vocals, Electronics
Richard Johnson: Vocals
Kat: Vocals
Show More
Band Members:
Richard Johnson: Vocals, Scott Hull: Guitars / Machines, Jay Randall: Noise Vocals, John Jarvis: Bass
Hometown:
Springfield, Massachusetts

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