amed after the massive ancient temple complex in Cambodia, this Angkor Wat performed a thrash/death metal hybrid music under the original membership of Adam "(King) Bunnie" Grossman guitars/bass/vocals), Dave "Dee" Brinkmann (vocals), Danny "Edith Bunker" Lohner (guitars/bass), Dave 'Bambi' Nuss (drums/vocals; drums was previously held by Pete Young) and Mike Trevino (bass). They would make their debut on the Complete Death II compilation album in 1987 before releasing When Obscenity Becomes the Norm... Awake! in 1989 with Mike Titsworth on bass. Titsworth would be gone, leaving the band as he threesome whereby Adam Grossman would assume bass as well as share guitar duties, vocals, and the newly formed Samples position for the release of the album named after their home town, Corpus Christi (1990). The band would split soon after. The When Obscenity Becomes the Norm... Awake! / Corpus Christi compilation would be released posthumously in 1995. They would attempt a reformation in 2018.
|City||Corpus Christi, Texas|
|Active Years||1986-1990, 2018-|
|RRCA File Code||N/A|
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