A punk rock group formed in Vallejo, California in 1977 consisting of Bill Martin (guitar), Paul Casteel (bass) and Chris Coon (drums). They became known for the song "Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition", appearing on "Not So Quiet on the Western Front", a record compiled by Maximum Rocknroll and released by Alternative Tentacles in 1982.
In 1978 they appeared on a split 7'' with the Mutants called "'78 on 45". In 1979 they released a 6-track self-titled EP. The group split…
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