Origin: Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Genres: Nu-Metal

Ultraspank  


Ultraspank are one of a growing legion of late-nineties American alterna-metal bands (often termed nu-metal). They vaguely remind me of System Of A Down, or perhaps a slightly heavier Tool, with a industrial/techno flavor mixed in. Vocals range from the more typical harsh shouting to a near clone of Tool's Maynard James Keenan. After two albums, they were dropped by Epic in 2001 and apparently broke up as a result.

Current Members

Pete Murray

vocals/programming

Neil Godfrey

guitars/programming

Jerry Oliviera

guitars

Dan Ogden

bass/backing vocals

James Carroll

drums

Former Members/Guests

Tyler Clark

drums/backing vocals


Discography



Ultraspank 
1998 Epic
  1. No, Man My Hands Are Dirty
  2. 5
  3. Butter
  4. Slip
  5. Suck
  6. Wrapped
  7. Perfect
  8. Sponge
  9. Fired
  10. Worn
  11. Burnt
  12. Better Luck Next Time
  • Pete Murray
  • Neil Godfrey
  • Jerry Oliviera
  • Dan Ogden
  • Tyler Clark

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos 



Progress 
2000 Epic
  1. Push
  2. Crumble
  3. Stuck
  4. Feed
  5. Smile
  6. Click
  7. Jackass
  8. Crack
  9. Invite Yourself In
  10. Thanks
  11. Left
  12. Where
  • Pete Murray
  • Neil Godfrey
  • Jerry Oliviera
  • Dan Ogden
  • James Carroll


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