ACHE HOUR CREDO
[From: Last FM: “Ache Hour Credo were a short-lived transitional band hailing from Victoria, BC. The band consisted of Chad and Dave of Mblanket with a new drummer, and was essentially the same band but with a moodier sound that veered away from the pop-punk leanings of Mblanket . The only tracks officially released by Ache Hour Credo were “Letterbomb Valentine” (featured on the “Group Therapy Explosion” CD, released by Slow to Burn Records of Vancouver) and “Give Fascism a Chance” (on the “Fuck the Commonwealth” compilation CD/LP/tape put out by Fans of Bad Productions.” Note: Were they a “between-band band” between Mblanket and Daddy’s Hands, playing some of the same songs? Did they do M Blanket’s “Kid Collision,” and Daddy’s Hands’ “I Hate Z-pank” and “Strangled Planet,” etc., which would support the odd YouTube video below of the Daddy’s Hands song “Strangled Planet” without Emily’s vocal parts.]
V/A – “Fuck the Commonwealth” (cassette/CD, 1995, Fans of Bad Productions) – Give Fascism a Chance
V/A – “Group Therapy Explosion…” (CD, 1996, Slow To Burn Records) – Letterbomb Valentine
“Discography” (digital only?, 199?) – Bathtub Embryo/Benju & the Pig Man/New Fast Days/Smegma/Straight Edge Revenge/Slot Rig Stir/Strangled Planet/Letterbomb Valentine/Spork Monkey/Give Fascism a Chance/Missed Fortune
Dave Morin (bass/vocals), Jesse Cahill (drums) (who replaced Luke Burgess), Rob Nesbitt (guitar/vocals), Tony Galuza (guitar/vocals) [Jamie Willis (ex-Moral Decay/M Blanket) replaced Cahill on drums in 2002, and Darryl Clarke (ex-Soul Charge/Pressure Cooker) replaced Dave Morin in 2001. Clarke was then replaced by Jay Walls in 2003, and Walls was replaced by Jodi Bezpalko (ex-Tough as Nails, War By Other Means) around 2006. Kent Webb and Joe Houle, both ex-Goatboy, replaced Nesbitt and Bezpalko in 2011.]
“Now You’ll Know” demo (cassette, 1997) – Red Sun/Tirana/Cultural Revolution/Mumia/One Out of Three/No More/Beliefs/Today’s the Day/A Bullet/We Will Free Ourselves/Oppression/Another Time/AK-47/Sellout/Time’s Up/Where Are You/This World/Doesn’t Mean a Thing/Years/Re-education Camp #7
V/A – [Unknown title] (cassette, 199?, We’ve Had Enough Tapes – ?) – ??
V/A – “Go! 47 Canadian HC Bands” (CD/double LP, 1996/1998, Fans of Bad Productions – Kingston, ON) – Prison House of Nations
V/A – “StandPunkT” (cassette, 1998?) – Doesn’t Mean a Thing/AK-47
“Red Anthem” (split CD w/Hudson Mack, 2000)
Releases after 2000:
“Free Palestine” (CD, 2003)
“The Fucking Enemy” (CD, 2005)
“Garden City” (CD, 2014)
[Blackened thrash metal. “Allfather proudly smokes BC Bud” – message from band in their demo liner notes. An Encyclodpaedia Mettalum page for the band is here. An interview with drummer Paul Jacobsen is here via Mourning the Ancient.]
Cam Pipes (bass/vocals on demo tapes), Chad Klassen (vocals) (took over from Justin Hagberg, who took over from Noel Davies, who had replaced Kalani Rita), Justin Hagberg (guitar/vocals), Paul Jacobsen (drums/vocals on demo tapes) (replaced Craig Stewart)
“Render to the Unlight” demo (cassette, 1997) – ??
“Wrath of the Bloodthirsty” demo (cassette, 1998) – The Quest of Abyssal Plight/Flesh of the Ancient Bode/Prince of Many Faces/Wrath of the Bloodthirsty/Ageless Eternity/Choose Who My Destiny
“Bringer of the Tides of Disorder” demo (CD, 1999) – Bringer of the Tides of Disorder/Unbinding of Thine Forgotten Hymn/And With God Bereft/Dog Lord’s Resurgence/Hoch und Steil Leben
ANARCHIST YOUTH PRODUCTIONS [promoter]
Founder: Wolf Edwards
ANDRE’S LAST CHANCE
Jessie Snow (drums/vocals), ??
[Pop-punk. Later turned into Moneyshot.]
Berke (drums), Chris (bass/vocals), Tim (guitar/vocals)
“Another Casualty” demo (cassette, 1997, Democracy Records) – Grounded/Self Destruction/Born Again/Blades of Steel/Bonus Room/Always Searching
ARE YOU THERE GOD? IT’S ME MARGARET.
[Political punk. Were previously known as Enfa/lak.]
Steve Flach, Jason Flower (drums), Nicole ?, Ryan ?
Dave Morin, ??
[Misfits cover band.]
Jamie Fulton (drums), Rob Nesbitt (vocals), Kent Bendall (guitar), Kent Webb (bass) (replaced Brad Dunbar)
V/A – “Magic Teeth Record #1” (7” with zine, 1997, Magic Teeth Records) – We Are 138 (Misfits cover)
AT THE GALLOWS
[Formerly known as Three Inches of Blood and High Speed Death on the Autobahn, later moved to Vancouver and changed their name back to 3 Inches of Blood, with all different members.]
Bobbi Froese (guitar), Jamie Hooper (vocals), Jay Watts (guitar), Jeff Trawick (drums), Rich Trawick (bass), Sunny Dhak (guitar)
Metal band that may have been done by 1990.
Dustin ??, Mark ??