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His Hero Is Gone - The Plot Sickens - 1998 (USA)

Discussion in 'Anarcho-Punk music albums downloads' started by abject, Nov 5, 2010.

  1. abject

    abjectMember Forum Member




    Jun 10, 2010

    His Hero Is Gone - The Plot Sickens. This is a pretty short album that I didn't see on here, but it is definitely worth a listen.


      External download. Please report any broken link by posting a reply to this thread.


    1. Surrender
    2. The Garden
    3. What Goes Up
    4. Remedy Past Remedies
    5. Angry Gods
    6. In The Red
    7. Outside In
    8. Who Benefits
    9. The Willing Host
    10. Enslavement Redefined
    11. Birth


    The Plot Sickens: Enslavement Redefined
    Release Date : 1998

    5000 pressed in Gatefold sleeve.Initialy this recording was supposed to appear on a split LP with the dutch band Seein' Red.

    His Hero Is Gone Biography

    Defunct sludge-influenced hardcore crust punk band from Memphis, Tennessee. They had an anti-technological motive in their music, which might explain why there is no website dedicated to them. Some members moved on to [a=Tragedy] and dozens other bands.

    Vocals, guitar - Todd Burdette
    Vocals, guitar - Pat Davis
    Drums - Paul Burdette
    Bass, vocals - Carl Auge
    Guitar - Yannick Lorrain

    The Myspace site below is a fan site added here for reference.


    His Hero Is Gone (often abbreviated HHIG) was an influential crust punk and sludge metal band from Memphis, Tennessee. Formed in 1995 from members of Copout, Man With Guns Lives Here and FaceDown. They disbanded in 1999, playing their last show in Memphis.

    They toured the U.S. extensively several times, as well as Europe and Japan. They released a total of 6 records: Fifteen Counts of Arson and split EP with Union of Uranus (limited edition of 1,000), which was the last recording completed with original band member Pat Davis. Monuments to Thieves debut of new guitarist Yannick Lorraine formerly of Union of Uranus from Canada, The Plot Sickens, and two 7" EPs The Dead of Night in Eight Movements and Fool's Gold as well as a 1995 demo tape entitled Medicine of Thieves.

    Simultaneously or afterwards band members played in the bands Deathreat, Call The Police, Dimlaia, Warcry, Union of Uranus and many more. The core of the band, Todd Burdette, Paul Burdette and Yannick Lorraine went on to form the neocrust band Tragedy.

    His Hero is Gone was characterized by heavily distorted "thick sounding" guitars, lyrics featuring social commentary much of which include anti-consumerist themes. The band and related projects have remained under the radar of a mainstream audience by not promoting themselves via tools of mass communication such as websites or larger music labels.

    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.

    Label - The Great American Steak Religion

    Canadian Punk music label from Ottawa , then moved to Montréal .
    A.K.A. Witch Hunt
    A.K.A. Feral Ward

    a1587147 changed the name of his label from Great American Steak Religion to Witch Hunt 2000-02 and then to Feral Ward 2002-present .
  2. anok//peace//tree//punk

    anok//peace//tree//punkMember Forum Member




    Aug 26, 2011
    Thank you Sean, this album is breathtaking, from start to finish, one of my all time favorites. :lmao: