Though not groundbreaking, it was considered a fine album by fans. By most accounts, their followup, Bitterness, is more of the same, but 1996's Swallow the Snake takes quite a different approach, dropping the death vocals (and, for the most part, death metal itself), for a more heavy rock sound likened by some to Soundgarden. Having been dropped by Metal Blade, they disappeared, but the three members from the Snake album recruited a new fourth member and, continuing the progression from that last album, continued on as the grunge rock act Zebulon, releasing at least one EP and one LP.
Like two bald men fighting over a comb, the desultory general interest in this evening's fixture at the Sportsground (kick-off 7.0) demonstrates just how far removed this duo are from the bright lights occupied by Leinster and Munster.
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