Hysteria
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Stupid Stool (7-7-2013)
An Are Christ (9-12-2013)
(available @ http://hysteriaslc.bandcamp.com/

Cupid Stool Lunatics (8-8-2012)

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Adam Gardell Grundvig (guitar/vocals)
http://www.facebook.com/adam.g.grundvig/
Daron Nelson (drums)

Adam's musical influence originated in Wichita, KS. Under strong spiritual influence. Jim Morrison and Kurt Cobain were his first musical influences, as small or large as they have been. Adam has always thought of himself as an equal, but irregardless a friend, and not above or below anyone. It was in Wichita where Adam was exposed to a dose of Garage Rock as well as Punk Rock from bands such as the Istanbullies, No Dogs Body, Snapback, Drunken Monkey Technique, and Soul Machete. The music scene waits for a dose of growth in like manner to the city that seems to be waiting to hit puberty. Adam left Wichita eventually to find his way to Olympia, WA where he spent time on the streets, living in a couple of tents before he accidently burned them down, and finally fighting to stay off the streets by squatting at a friends for a year. Finding a family a little more welcoming than when they left him at a homeless shelter in Salt Lake City, UT a couple years earlier, Adam returned to UT and North Salt Lake in 2009. Returning just north of his birthplace of Salt Lake City. Born in 1977 (a definative year for Punk) Adam feels he carries the spirit of Punk along with him. Though forever the student of Kurt, Adam's diverse experiences and influences all meld well in the sound Hysteria has seemed to find for itself upon begin satisfied from some curiosity as to how the music scene he long to be a part of was ever there where he started and not here where he ended up. As a student of Kurt's, Grunge has been an inevitable influence. Perhaps downplaying it's potential, Adam mimmics the Last Large Music Scene and says he'll suck worse, or does, and thus christens the Next Less Large Scene as Garbage Rock (Grunge, Punk, and Garage Rock). Adam's adopted use of the Kurt Cobain cliche that Punk Rock means freedom was encouraged by Federation X, Atari Champs, and local artist/musician Matt Stone.