Thrones, the solo project of double-necked bassist Salty Green, first surfaced with a cassette on the Punk in My Vitamins label. The "Reddleman" seven-inch soon followed, and after a split single with Behead the Prophet, Thrones signed to Communion to issue the 1996 full-length Alraune. A move to Kill Rock Stars preceded the single "The Suckling." A compilation, Some Songs, appeared soon after, and in the spring of 2000 Thrones resurfaced with the EP Sperm Whale. ~ Jason AnkenyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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