American shock-punkers, highly influenced by G. G. Allin
More than a little infamous for the cover of their first Sub Pop LP "Blood, Guts and Pussy" which featured two naked women, a dwarf and a rather unwell looking rabbit, all drenched in a blood-coloured substance. The record itself was mercifully short, clocking in at marginally over 11 minutes.
Their debut single "She's Dead" is one of the shortest records ever - the combined total length of both sides of the 7" is 1 minute and 20 seconds.
Their former bass player Nick Oliveri is now in Queens Of The Stone Age.