Aftertaste 1 1/2. Band. Aftertaste 1 1/2 Information. Track listing (Songs). 0. Line-up (members). Jarno Koskinen : Vocals. Jarno Anttila : Vocals, Guitars. Jani Lehtosaari : Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Drum Programming.
There is only one song on side A which was taken from the original "Aftertaste" 7'' EP (1994). The "song" on side B (Silent Side) is called "Play Loud" and lasts 6:66 min. But this is a joke as side B is completly etched. It also has the complete discography of Belial and the "Clouds" lyrics printed in the sleeve. Vinyl has white label. Recording information: Recorded and mixed in May 1993 at Tico-Tico Studios.
Belial – Aftertaste 1 1/2. Label: E Records – shit-2. Second side is etched. Recorded & mixed in May 1993 at Tico-Tico Studios. Matrix, Runout: JLS-0594 AII "BTHOMP SHIT-1 BELIAL". Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
EP, 1994, Bring Me The Head Of Michael Piesch Records. 2. The Invocation (Live). 4. Piece by Piece (Slayer Cover, Live). Single, 1994, E-Records.
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In 1994 they released two singles "Aftertaste" and "Aftertaste 1 1/2 by their own record label haelPiesch". This was an attempt to get back at Michael Piesch,owner of Lethal Records (Former Belial label). With the loss of guitarist Jukka Valppu, the band headed in a more progressive rock/punk direction. This resulted the release of their next album "3". Three of Belial members were involved at grunge-rock band named Autumnfire in 1994/95. These were Anttila, Kellokoski & Lehtosaari and they've done 1 promo-demo in 1994
Released August 30, 2004. The Seal of Belial Tracklist. The Seal of Belial Q&A. More Lord Belial albums.
Helmet pushed at the boundaries of their sound with Betty, perhaps too much for their audience's liking - the album stiffed in comparison to Meantime. As a result, the band returned to straightforward Helmet territory with Aftertaste, restoring grinding guitars and pummeling rhythms to prominence. Theoretically, this approach should have made Aftertaste a more immediate, visceral record, but it is simply numbing.