A Pictorial History of Strych-Nine
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You have arrived at that part of the site to see the evolution (revolution) of Strych-Nine.  Just scroll down to watch the metamorphis of this group of riveting entertainers from then to now.
 
ToxicWaste Toxic Waste
1991-1992

J-Bone - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Stevie G. -Bass
Heath - Drums

Toxic Waste started by playing a bunch of covers and actually wrote some songs that ended up on "Cardiac Arrest"
  

FinalProcedure Final Procedure
1993

J-Bone - Lead Guitar
Marty - Vocals
Stevie G. - Bass
Heath - Drums

 

Toxic Waste became Final Procedure with the addition of singer Marty.  Several songs were recorded.  Only "Heartache Heartbreak" on "Cardiac Arrest" actually got on to an album with Marty's vocals.
 
Strych91993 Strych-Nine
1993-1994

Stevie G. - Bass
Heath - Drums
Skooge - Vocals
J-Bone - Lead Guitar

Strych-Nine evolved with the departure of Marty and the entrance of vocalist, Skooge.  Several songs on "Lucid Visions" contain this line up.
  
Strych91994 Strych-Nine
1994-1995

J-Bone - Lead Guitar
Skooge - Vocals
Cam - Drums
Heath - Rhythm Guitar
Stevie G. - Bass

With an attitude and the need for more, Cam joined Strych-Nine as drummer, while Heath switched to rhythm guitar.  Most of the songs on "Lucid Visions" were recorded by this line up.
 
Strych91995 Strych-Nine
1995-1997

J-Bone - Lead Guitar
Skooge - Vocals
Russ - Drums
Stevie G. -Bass

A major metamorphis took place with the loss of Cam and the addition of Russ on drums.  Three songs were written by this quartet that ended up on "Suicide 39", although they were not recorded by the group.
    
Strych91997 Strych-Nine
1997-1999

J-Bone - Lead Guitar
Heath - Rhythm Guitar
Stevie G. - Bass
Russ - Drums
Jack - Vocals

When Skooge left, Strych-Nine's search for a vocalist ended with Jack signing on.  This brand of the band created most of the songs on "Suicide 39" and recorded the album.
   
Strych91999 Strych-Nine
1999-2003
Russ - Drums
J-Bone - Lead Guitar
Stevie G. - Bass
Juanita - Vocals
Heath - Vocals, Rhythm Guitar
With the termination of Jack, Heath added his skills as  frontman.  Juanita was added for backing vocals.  This version of Strych-Nine is responsible for writing and recording all the material on "The Fastest Spoken Lines and Years of Rotten Youth".  The album was up for four Grammy nominations, including Best Rock album, in 2002.

Strych92003 Strych-Nine
2003-2005

Russ - Drums
Stevie G, - Bass
Sean - Vocals
J-Bone - Lead Guitar
Jay - Rhythm Guiitar
Heath and Juanita decided to start a family.  After having their first child, time became a factor and they decided to move on.  To pick up the slack, Sean was added as the new vocalist and frontman.  Jay joined the band last as the new rhythm guitarist.  This version of the band was a live act, and no albums or songs were recorded with this line up.
 
Strych92005 Strych-Nine
2005-Present

Jay - Rhythm, Lead Guitar
Russ - Drums
Stevie G. - Bass
J-Bone - Vocals, Lead Guitar
 

 

After 15 years of playing and a one year hiatus, the band decided it was time to get back and write another album.  "The 5th of Strych-Nine" was chosen and became the title of the new work.  Along with the original album, the band is recording an album of covers that have influenced them over the years.  In addition to rhythm guitar, Jay shares leads with J-Bone for a deadly dual axe combo.  J-Bone on the mic also gives this music a decidedly new texture.