The three put together a few more songs and entered the studio to record. Show offers began pouring in as the demo leaked across the nation faster than summers hairline was receiding. They quickly recruited Zack Attack for the bass duties and played their first show at the coveted Edge Day in Massachusettes along side In My Eyes, Mouthpiece, TYF and Damage. 7 Months into the bands existance with two releases (Blood in The Water and Feeding Frenzy totaling over 5 thousand copies sold through Bridge 9 Records [4,900 more than the band ever wanted]) and dozens of shows sharing the stage with the likes of Fit For Abuse, Agnostic Front, The Cro Mags and Bad Brains, the band decided to call it quits while they were on top bfore they got "mediocre follow up album syndrome" that so many of their brother bands faced.
The record continued to be in press for years after the fact, and is currently being re-issued for the umpteenth time sometime in 2006 by Bridge 9. Summers and Zach went on to form Violent Minds who continue to tour on and off whenever the band needs to cash in for more beer money. Matt Smith went to LA and formed knife Fight with ex Life's Halt members Jon and Charlie (along with Annihilation Time guitar player Graham on drums) as well as a brief stint as original bass player for Terror (which he was promptly ejected from for "not being able to hold his liquor." Matt returned to the east coast and grew washed up hair and currently plays in a rock band in NYC called HeadQuarters. (2) Shark Attack is an electro/hardcore band from San Diego, California. Shark Attack is.... DJs: Patrick Heaney & Mike Delgado http://www.myspace.com/sharkattacksd 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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