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2005 - Survival of the Fittest [Nilaihah Records]
2006 - Fourplay (4x4 singles compilation featuring GASR) [Nilaihah Records]
2007 - Reptile (forthcoming) [Nilaihah Records]


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Formed back in 1997, GASR began as a response to the stagnancy that plagued industrial music as a genre. With similar musical backgrounds and tastes, Luis Brito and Gary Suarez wanted to write music that could push EBM to new creative levels and still be something they would ultimately want to listen to themselves. Since then, GASR has performed with such acts as Assemblage 23, Attrition, Icon Of Coil, Male Or Female (Front 242), Neuroticfish, and VNV Nation, and has appeared twice at the infamous Dracula's Ball event.

2005 saw the long overdue release of the extraordinarily delayed GASR debut, SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST, on Nilaihah Records. Featuring storming club hits like "Conspiracy" and "Slavemaster" alongside pensive downtempo cuts like "Private" and "Zero", the album received critical acclaim from countless publications, including Side-Line, Chain DLK, and Gothic Paradise. Dark Realms Magazine went so far as to boldly call the band "the future of underground dance music."

GASR is hard at work crafting their second album for Nilaihah, entitled REPTILE. A polemic with teeth, the album steps away from the sunny themes of domestic violence, rape, and murder found on their debut, opting instead for an even darker, uncomfortably intimate record meant as a thoughtful and violent reaction to life in post-9/11 America. As expected, GASR intends to bring their highly political and deeply personal message straight to the dancefloor with aggressive vocals and infectious programming. Bush voters beware! Look for it to hit stores in 2007.