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Here you can stream and purchase the tracks from 1995’s Mutilation Makes Identification Difficult.
Not all breakout Texas acts worry about melody. Several represent neoindustrial and metal concerns, as interpreted through the alternative revolution. Dallas’s Brutal Juice spewed forth from Denton like blood-flecked bile out of a French Quarter drunk—which is precisely their ambition. In that moonscape of rock where progress and one-upsmanship between bands are calculated with volume, speed, and lyrics designed to make Cannibal Corpse come off like Elizabeth Barrett Bronwing, Brutal Juice was doing its job well.
A well-received indie record, How Tasty was My Little Timmy?, earned them a deal with Interscope. But after one CD, Mutilation Makes Identification Difficult, the band disintegrated."