Origin: San Francisco, California, USA  
Genres: Thrash Metal
DISBANDED
Last update/review: July 3, 2002

Epidemic

On Exit Paradise, Epidemic vaguely bring to mind mid-period Sepultura, straddling the line between thrash and death metal, with riffs leaning toward thrash and vocals that are gruff and almost death vocals. Not a bad album, but somewhat samey and one-dimensional. The band broke up soon afterward, citing label disinterest and an uncertain touring future.

Last Lineup

Carl Fulli

vocals

Erik Moggridge

guitars

Mark Bodine

bass

Bob Cochran

drums

Former Members/Guests

Guy Higbey

guitars



Discography


The Truth Of What Will Be ...  
1990 Metalcore
  1. Amx
  2. Live your death
  3. In fear we kill
  4. Thigh rubbage
  5. Three witches
  6. Finer things in life
  7. Hands of ruby
  8. Silent torture
  9. Six seconds
  • Carl Fulli
  • Erik Moggridge
  • Guy Higbey
  • Mark Bodine
  • Bob Cochran



Decameron  
1992 Metal Blade
  1. Circle of fools
  2. Insanity plea
  3. Vision divine
  4. Hate
  5. Unknown
  6. Live your death
  7. Factor red
  8. Blown doors
  9. Territories
  10. Tornado
  11. Three witches
  12. Lord war
  • Carl Fulli
  • Erik Moggridge
  • Guy Higbey
  • Mark Bodine
  • Bob Cochran



(7") Lament  
1994 Metal Blade
  1. Lament
  2. Amx
  3. Over the mountain
  4. Power and corruption



Exit Paradise  
1994 Metal Blade
  1. Void
  2. Vulture
  3. Deaden
  4. Lament
  5. Exit paradise
  6. Institution of ignorance
  7. Section 13
  8. Everlasting lie
  9. Written in blood
  10. To escape the void
  11. Over the mountain
  • Carl Fulli
  • Erik Moggridge
  • Mark Bodine
  • Bob Cochran




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