One month later Destiny quit the band and was replaced by Robert A. Stoppel Jr on synth and sampler. Gusher released their second album on nov. 12, 2011 titled Drought Valley Gruncle-Core.
Gruncle-Core is a self proclaimed made up genre. It came about from a story that lead vocalist/drummer Zacque Dana heard while working as a CNC machinist in rural Illinois. The band started using the term and it stuck. Stoppel disengaged from the band after their March 2012 Texas tour. Gusher became a quartet once again. In August 2012, Gusher toured from New Mexico through Arizona and down to Mexicali, Baja California, MX.
They then proceeded touring all the way up to Seattle and back down to New Mex via Idaho, Utah, and Colarado. They toured with the LA trio Sex Wounds who are a band comprised of a couple members of another more well known LA band called Stripper Pussy. During the tour they released the Gusher/Sex Wounds Peace, Love, and Genital Mutilation Tour Split. In December 2012, Gusher pre-released a 3-song EP entitled "5" although it's not their 5th release but their 4th. They plan to officially release it on 7" vinyl through their Norwegiain record label NoPrideInLifeRECords.
The first two albums will be released digitally through NoPride very soon. The band appeared on a recently released compilation called Ten Tons of Tunes vol. 1, and are in the process of writing a new full length album. Current Members Zacque Dana - Drums / Lead Vocals Austin Morell - Guitar / Vocals Lee Sillery - Bass / Vocals Alec Wilkes - Guitar Gusher ©2011 - 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED gusher.bandcamp.com Gusher is an independent promotional partner of Stanford House Records for the albums: Gusher and Drought Valley Gruncle-Core only. Read more on Last.fm.
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