Run Out Groove
|No. of Discs:||2|
First U.S. release on vinyl!
Expanded to feature bonus tracks making their debut on 2LP vinyl
Comes in deluxe packaging with an exclusive poster
Limited to only 3,000 numbered copies for this one-time pressing!
Biohazard originally formed in Brooklyn in 1987. They are one of the first bands to fuse hardcore punk and heavy metal with elements of hip hop. The earliest lineup consisted of bassist-vocalist Evan Seinfeld, guitarist Bobby Hambel, and drummer Anthony Meo. Guitarist-vocalist Billy Graziadei would join the band soon after, changing the band to a four-piece. Since February 2016, the lineup has consisted of Graziadei, Hambel, and Danny Schuler.
In 1992, Biohazard signed with Roadrunner Records and released Urban Discipline, which gave the band national and worldwide attention in both the heavy metal and hardcore communities. In 2005, Urban Discipline was ranked No. 277 in Rock Hard magazine's book of The 500 Greatest Rock & Metal Albums of All Time. The video for the song "Punishment" became the most played video in the history of MTV's Headbangers Ball, and the album sold more than 1 million copies.
The band also began opening for larger acts such as House of Pain, Sick Of It All, Fishbone, and Kyuss. In 1993, the hardcore rap group Onyx recorded an alternate "Bionyx" version of their hit single "Slam" with Biohazard as their backup band. This led to a collaboration on the title track of the Judgment Night soundtrack. The soundtrack would go on to sell more than 2 million copies in the United States.
|1. Chamber Spins Three|
|3. Shades Of Grey|
|5. Black And White And Red All Over|
|1. Man With A Promise|
|3. Urban Discipline|
|1. Wrong Side Of the Tracks|
|2. Mistaken Identity|
|3. We’re Only Gonna Die (From Our Own Arrogance)|
|4. Tears Of Blood|
|5. Hold My Own|
|1. Business (demo)|
|2. Urban Discipline (demo)|
|3. Loss (demo)|
|4. Black And White And Red All Over (demo)|