Members: Dave Verellen (Vocals), Dave Knudson (Guitar), Brian Cook (Bass), Tim Latona (Drums)
Note: THIS IS NOT THE OFFICIAL PAGE OF BOTCH, JUST A (EXTREMELY DEVOTED) FAN PROFILE.
Botch was one of the most influential hardcore/mathcore bands of all time. They formed in 1993 and disbanded in 2002, after finding out they were becoming just another band in the scene they created. They released 2 full length albums (American Nervoso and We Are the Romans), an EP (An Anthology of Dead Ends), a compilation album (Unifying Themes Redux, consisting of a collection of early 7" songs, compilations, and other rarities) and a live CD/DVD album (061502, a CD/DVD of their last performance at Seattle's Showbox). American Nervoso is being re-released in 2007, after being remixed by Matt Bayles (who produced We Are the Romans).
Dave Verellen vocals (now in Roy)
Dave Knudson guitar (in Minus The Bear)
Tim Latona drums
Brian Cook bass (in These Arms are Snakes)
- Faction 7", World of Hurt/Threshold, 1995.
- The John Birch Conspiracy Theory 7", Phyte, 1996.
- The Unifying Themes of Sex, Death and Religion, Excursion, 1997.
- Split 7" with nineironspitfire, Indecision, 1997.
- American Nervoso, Hydra Head, June 1998.
- The Edge of Quarrel (split 7" with Murder City Devils), Excursion, 1999.
- In These Black Days Vol. V (split 7" with Cave In), Hydra Head, 1999.
- We Are the Romans, Hydra Head, November 1999.
- 3-Way Split 10" w/ Knut & Ananda, (Recorded live Nov 7, 1999 , believed to be live in France) Mosh Bart Industries, 2000.
- An Anthology of Dead Ends, Hydra Head, October 2002.
- Unifying Themes Redux (collected early releases), Excursion, 2002.
- Unifying Themes Redux" Hydra Head, 2006.
- 061502 CD and DVD Hydra Head, December 2006.
- American Nervoso Re-issue, Hydra Head, JULY 10, 2007.