Wednesday, September 3, 2008

The Judas Iscariot/Seein' Red Split LP

More good bass-driven hardcore from The Judas Iscariot, backed with more Seein' Red. Now I still just can't get into Seein' Red, no matter how hard I try. I've tried, but it just doesn't do it for me. It's a real chore, it is.

I fucking love the Judas Iscariot, for their odd song lyrics and jazz intervals, and also being the first band I got into that only has a bass, a drummer, and a singer. They do eight more tracks, while Seein' Red do twelve.



1. The Godliest God
2. Proud Members Of Our Leftist Colony
3. For Ante-Bellem Ever
4. An Aphorism On Privilege
5. Holden Caulfield
6. Death is Funny
7. Thespian Imperative
8. The Old Man Is A Harlequin


9. Recovery? What Recovery?
10. Sheep
11. Bruine Hemden
12. Chained
13. Ghetto Building
14. Feeling Angry
15. Silence Is Not Golden
16. Rascisme
17. Smash it Up
18. Anything Is Possible
19. Sponge
20. Revo-core


  1. Could you upload Dropdead 1998 please, that would be great.

  2. thats funny because i love the judas iscariot side and seein red annoys me

  3. hey, hailing from europe. thanks for this. got that split at home, but now it's like 2300km away from me covered by dust haha.
    respecting seein' red for long time, but really love the judas iscariot here, yes! any more info about that band? based in ny, right? still knows basically nothing about after years..

    1. This might never get read....but this is Jeff who played bass in The Judas Iscariot. Yes - we were based out of Long Island, New York....we were together for about 2 1/2 years or so (late '95 to early '98). This split LP we did with Seein' Red was probably our best known release, but we had quite a few other things out there. If you have any questions or comments about the band, I'd be happy to discuss. My e-mail address is captain2man-at-yahoo-dot-com. A full discography LP/CD just came out on Riotous Outburst records - only limited to 100.