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Blasting Trout Overbite

Blasting Trout Overbite

Blasting Trout Overbite


Blasting Trout Overbite is an experimental rock band from State College, PA with a vaguely satirical outlook and a predilection for noise. Most of their output is raw and spontaneous, lacking in production values but always catchy or at least interesting. The band has recorded under numerous names (Fewn, Donut Disaster, Mean Machine & His Merry Mud, and The 3 Meefs, to name but a few), and spawned many side-projects, leading some to consider Blasting Trout Overbite the name of a collective rather than a band. Read more on Last.fm
Blasting Trout Overbite is an experimental rock band from State College, PA with a vaguely satirical outlook and a predilection for noise. Most of their output is raw and spontaneous, lacking in production values but always catchy or at least interesting. The band has recorded under numerous names (Fewn, Donut Disaster, Mean Machine & His Merry Mud, and The 3 Meefs, to name but a few), and spawned many side-projects, leading some to consider Blasting Trout Overbite the name of a collective rather than a band. The band formed in 2001 to provide the soundtrack for a film that never got made, and were originally known as A Different Omnipotent Embargo.

They soon signed to a local label, Large Miyagi, and within a few weeks released their first EP, I Never Leave. The band soon became known for releasing albums in strange formats, including wax cylinders and answering machine tapes. In 2003, Blasting Trout Overbite released The Hell Tomb (under the name pBOTe), an album with no set track order -- it came in the form of a bag of 12 mini CD-Rs, each with a single song. 2003 also saw the release of the release of their noise opera, The Rise and Fall of Tom Dish, which starred bandmember Paul Thompson as himself. The band had a local hit in 2004 with "My Invisible Head Brain," a song that appeared on the album The Collapse of the Fourth World (by Fewn). The song, a staple of their live sets, was later re-recorded for one of the few albums released under the name Blasting Trout Overbite, Yes.

They offer all their music for free on their website (http://www.the-collective.net/~sashwap/bto) and do sporadic and surprising live shows. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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