View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Devolve on Discogs. Label: Pagan Records (2) - PAGT • Format: Vinyl 12 Shihad - Devolve (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(7). This became their first self-released cassette titled Shitnoise. Only copies of this were made and these are now sought after . Around this time Head Like a Hole shared a run down practice room at the old Empire Spice warehouse on Hopper Street with local act searchtuldiaviathylding.edpontergtasibaforriconresowsret.co: Alternative rock, industrial metal. After starting off as a high-school thrash-metal band, in the mids Shihad went on to become New Zealand's most successful hard-rock band. They moved to Los Angeles to try and crack the American market, changing their name reluctantly to Pacifier after 9/11 because their label was worried Shihad sounded too much like Jihad.
Lead singer and founding member of the popular New Zealand rock band Shihad. Jon was born in Wellington, New Zealand, on August 9, Currently a member of The Adults whilst still with Shihad. This was a release that surfaced through-out the Shihad community in late It is to our knowledge that all these tracks got taken from cassette tapes then converted to MP3. Track List. CD 1. Empire Warehouse Rehearsal (Approx 91/92) Churn Download MP3; Anonymous Download MP3; Push Away Download MP3; Feet First Download MP3; Fear Of Falling. Wellington’s Head Like a Hole (HLAH) were always a killer proposition in the live realm. Even on their first national jaunt, they threatened to usurp headliners Shihad on their Devolve release tour in mid Possessing a surfeit of unrestrained energy, dubious humour, an instinct for outrage, and an enviable chemistry, here was an act to behold. Shihad: , (Polydor). VICP, N (Noise) Devolve: Slimline case, Tape Blue Light Disco: Tape Singles. Single: Versions Bitter: European Dogs Are Talking: Tape, White Label Everything? Stations: N (German Release) C (Cassette Tape) You Again: N (German) Derail: C Gimme Gimme: N/L. And with the Shihad documentary coming out this weekend, that seems like an ideal topic starter. Unfortunately a fair chunk of the headlines have centred around the scraps between directors and producer. I think that's a bit of a disservice to a band who have so consistently demonstrated an ability to rise above that sort of thing, but anyway. Independent NZ label operating between and Owned by Trevor Reekie, initially in partnership with Sheryl Morris and, later, Tim Moon. Pagan was formed by Reekie in partnership with Mirage Films to release soundtracks but evolved into a fully fledged label, Mirage being bought out in , and had a string of NZ and Australian hits.