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    Backstabber Etiquette

    • Year Released: 2003
    Backstabber Etiquette is the sixth album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. The band recorded the album in 2002 at their own studio. The album was mastered by David Cain at Shark Fin Mastering in Ottawa. This release marks the first full length album with vocalist Mel Mongeon. The album was initially stated for a June 1 release; however, the pressing plant lost the first batch of CDs. The CD became available on June 5 at the band's CD release concert in Kingston, Ontario. There were two pressings of Backstabber Etiquette. The first was 1000 copies, and the second was another 1000 copies in July 2004. The drum tracks were recorded in the first week of January 2002. While the drums were being mixed, the first guitar tracks were recorded in March.
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    Collection of Splits 2002–2004

    • Year Released: 2006
    Collection of Splits 2002-2004 is a compilation album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It was released in the spring of 2006 on Great White North Records. The compilation contains all of the tracks (minus live and bonus tracks) from the splits released between Backstabber Ettiquette and Legacy of Hopelessness. It was also packed with enhanced MP3 tracks from some of the earlier splits and other oddities. Topon Das had expressed an interest in releasing a compilation after he realized that many fans were unable to acquire the actual splits, due to their limited pressings and many of the labels being overseas. This compilation made the band's material from these splits more accessible. All songs written and composed by Fuck the Facts, except where indicated.  All songs written and composed by Topon Das, Tim Audette and Mel Mongeon, except where noted.  Due to the limited availability of many of their splits, Fuck the Facts decided to release this compilation in the hopes that fans could get their music more readily. Shortly after the release of this album, Great White North Records folded. 500 copies were made, but it is suspected that many were lost while trying to get
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    Die Miserable

    • Year Released: 2011
    Die Miserable is the ninth album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It is their third album on Relapse Records from a three album contract with the label.
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    Discoing the Dead

    • Year Released: 2001
    Discoing the Dead is the third album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It was created and recorded between November 2000 and February 2001 at Total Bastard Studio (Topon's home studio). This is the first Fuck the Facts release on CD. The previous two full lengths, and the various splits had all been on cassette. The CDs are numbered supposedly out of 666, though Topon has stated that he remembers losing count and eventually labelled many of them as 666. All songs written by Fuck the Facts unless indicated otherwise. This version contains many fake credits, but Topon Das performs everything. This is how the credits appear: In 2003, Discoing the Dead was remastered and reissued with new artwork and one bonus track on Brazilian label Black Hole Productions. 1000 copies were pressed.
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    Disgorge Mexico

    • Year Released: 2008
    Disgorge Mexico is the eighth album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It is their second album on Relapse Records from a three album contract with the label. The instruments were recorded from the 6th to the 17th of August 2007 at Liverpool Court Studios in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The vocals were recorded in November 2007 at Fuck the Facts own home studio (The Tower of Self Medication Studio). The album was mixed and mastered at CB Audio in Winnipeg from December 2007 until March 2008. An enhanced portion of the CD includes a story accounting the events leading up to the writing of the album. There is also a video, "High Street," which was created by David Hall (who also directed the video for "The Sound of Your Smashed Head") which features music by the band. A studio video and audio journal from the road trip are also included. A vinyl pressing of the album was set to be released in early 2009 on Coptercrash Records on gold, white and clear vinyl, however, the label had to cancel it because of financial troubles. The album was finally pressed on vinyl and released by Stillborn Records in June 2009. The pressing consisted of 400 copies on white vinyl, and 100 on
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    Disgorge Mexico: The DVD

    • Year Released: 2010
    Disgorge Mexico: The DVD is the first video release by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. The DVD has two parts. The first part is a multi-camera recording of the August 2, 2008 concert in which the band performed their then-newest album Disgorge Mexico live in its entirety. The second part is Disgorge, Mexico: The Movie, a film made by Canadian filmmaker David Hall that is set to the studio recordings of Disgorge Mexico. It includes all of the selections from the album except the first track "Borders." The film is described by Hall as "a substance abuse art house riff on the destructive and volatile nature of love." The film follows a woman's strange journey with a violent, hallucinatory depiction. On November 5, Metal Injection debuted a clip from the film featuring the song "Kelowna." A quote included with the clip shed some light on the content of the film: All lyrics written by Mélanie Mongeon (except "Dead End" by Mélanie Mongeon and Topon Das), all music composed by Fuck the Facts with assistance where indicated. "Metallica Fridays with Psyopus" is a performance of two Metallica songs ("Master of Puppets" and "Creeping Death") by members from Fuck the Facts and
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    Escunta

    • Year Released: 2002
    Escunta is the fifth album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It was created and recorded in January 2001 at Total Bastard Studio. This release is different from most of the other Fuck the Facts releases because it is more focused on an experimental noise sound. In that sense, it is following the type of sound found on Vagina Dancer. When this was recorded, Fuck the Facts was still a solo project by Topon Das. However, at the time of this release, a full lineup had been established and Mullet Fever had already been released. It is unknown why it took more than a year to be released, but the original Fuck the Facts website states as of January 2001 (the same time it was recorded) that it was to be released on tape by R.U. Produkt. It is unknown if that ever happened.
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    Four0ninE

    • Year Released: 2001
    Four0ninE is the first EP by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It was recorded in mid May 2001 by the band. It marks the first recordings with vocalist Brent Christoff, and the only recordings with bassist Shomir Das. It is the second release by Fuck the Facts as a band, the first being a split with Ames Sanglates. Days after the recording of this EP, Shomir left the band. All songs written and composed by Fuck the Facts, except where noted.  Topon had been in contact with Mortuary I.O.D. for recording a split with another band he was in, Recondite. However, he was asked to leave Recondite before the release was finalized. Because he had been in contact with Mortuary I.O.D., he decided that Fuck the Facts would be on the split instead. Ultimately, the split was never released due to financial complications, so the band decided to release the songs on their own. It was released on 99 3" mini CD-Rs in August. It was re-released in 2003 on a split with Banzai 606 on First Aid Productions and again in 2005 as part of the Mullet Fever reissue documenting the first year of Fuck the Facts as a full band.
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    Fuck the Facts

    • Year Released: 2000
    Fuck the Facts is the first full length release by the Canadian grindcore group of the same name. It was released in early 2000 on Topon's own label Dedfuk Records. it was only ever released on cassette and many of the tracks are not available on any other medium. All songs written and composed by Topon Das.  Topon Das - All instruments All tracks were recorded at Topon's home four-track studio called Sliding Into Hell between January 1997 and September 1999. This was Fuck the Fact's first material not released as part of a compilation or a split, it features a chronologically ordered compilation of nearly every song recorded at the time. Most of the tracks were exclusive to this release when it came out, but the following chances were previously released:
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    Legacy of Hopelessness

    • Year Released: 2005
    Legacy of Hopelessness is the second EP by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. The drums and bass were recorded on November 12, 2004 at June Music Studio in Ottawa, ON. The remaining instruments and vocals were recorded in November and December 2004 at Fuck the Facts home studio (House of Fuck). The EP was mixed and mastered by Craig Boychuk at CB Audio in early 2005. This was initially planned to be a solo release by Topon Das, however, it was migrated over to Fuck the Facts after the band realized that another full length album was not feasible at that time. As such, the EP tends to show more overt electronic influences than previous releases. In the UK, this EP was released without the enhanced tracks as an untitled split with Narcosis, Midget Parage and Archer on Privileged to Fail Records. A digital version of the EP was released in January 2011 and included a bonus track "Legacy of Hopelessness". All lyrics written by Topon Das except "Eclat-Boue-Sang" by Topon Das and Mel Mongeon, all music composed by Topon Das.
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    Live Damage

    • Year Released: 2003
    Live Damage is the first live album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It was released in 2003 on Australian DIY label Smell the Stench on cassette only. Many of the live recordings can be found on other splits that Fuck the Facts has released over the years. The A side of the tape is the first show while the last 2 shows are on the B side.
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    Live in Whitby

    Live in Whitby is a live album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It was recorded during a live performance on April 11, 2009 in Whitby, Ontario and released July 27, 2010. Live in Whitby was released in two formats: a cassette limited to fifty-three copies, and a free or "pay what you want" digital format. The cassette was released on the night of July 26 at midnight while the download was made available twenty-four hours later on July 27 at midnight. The download included a full set from the band as well as live photos and posters. The cassette version, which was handmade by the band, included other bonus content that was not available on the digital download. The release was dedicated to late artist and musician Michal Majewski, who designed the cover artwork. The album was recorded live in Whitby, Ontario on April 11, 2009 at a venue called The Wing Shack by Dave Sheldon. Supporting acts were Heaps of Dead, The Unborn Dead, and F.A.T.O. The recording was initially intended to be part of a DVD that never materialized. However, the band was impressed with the audio and decided to release it instead. Artist Michal Majewski designed the poster for the Whitby show and also
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    Misery

    • Year Released: 2011
    Misery is the fifth EP by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. The EP was released on October 10, 2011, in conjunction with their album Die Miserable. The EP is limited to 500 hand-numbered copies on CD, 100 cassettes, and is also available as a digital download. The album was recorded at Apartment 2 Studios by the band and Martin Cleal in November 2010. The album was then mixed and mastered by Topon Das in June 2011.
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    Mullet Fever

    • Year Released: 2001
    Mullet Fever is the fourth album by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts originally released in 2001. It was released on Topon's label Ghetto Blaster Recordings with only 200 CD-Rs being made. The album was reissued in 2005 with bonus tracks on Sonic Deadline Records. All music and lyrics by Fuck the Facts except where indicated. Mullet Fever was created and recorded in the Fall of 2001 largely in one session at the band's rehearsal space. Some songs were written and recorded on the spot, while others had small edits performed shortly afterward. The style of this record is more raw and punk-like grindcore that is different than most other Fuck the Facts releases. In 2005, Mullet Fever was reissued on Sonic Deadline Records "to document the first incarnation of Fuck The Facts as a full band." It featured new artwork by current singer Mel Mongeon and it was remastered by Craig Boychuk. The reissue expands on the original release to include every release the band recorded with vocalist Brent Christoff. It features the following media: All music and lyrics by Fuck the Facts except where indicated.
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    St. Jean Baptiste 2010

    St. Jean Baptiste 2010 is a French language digital compilation by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It is in celebration of the national holiday in Quebec. Fuck the Facts made this compilation available free during the St. Jean Baptiste celebration on June 23 and 24. Their MySpace, Facebook, and Bandcamp pages displayed the following message: Un p’tit cadeau pour fêter la St-Jean : Compilation gratuite de toutes les chansons françaises de Fuck the Facts Pour vous aider à célébrer la St-Jean Baptiste cette année, nous vous offrons une compilation, concoctée spécialement pour l’occasion, à télécharger gratuitement. Cette compil. comprend toutes les chansons françaises de Fuck the Facts. Attention, ce téléchargement sera seulement disponible le 23 et 24 juin. N’attendez donc pas; téléchargez-la maintenant! Ouvrer vous ensuite une bouteille de bière tablette, crinquez votre stéréo et fêtez comme un vrai colon. The compilation spans approximately seven years of recording by the band.
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    Stigmata High-Five

    • Year Released: 2006
    Stigmata-High Five is the seventh full-length album by the Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts released August 20, 2006 (see 2006 in music). It is the band's first release on Relapse Records. Stigmata High-Five is also the first recording to feature Mathieu Vilandré on drums. He had joined the band as a second guitarist in 2005 and took over drumming duties after Tim Olsen was asked to leave the band. In January 2006 it was announced that Stigmata High-Five would be released on Great White North Records in May of that year. The Collection of Splits 2002-2004, which was slated for a February release, was pushed back until late May, and ended up being the final release on Great White North Records before it folded. However, early into the recording of Stigmata High-Five, Relapse Records contacted the band and secured a three-album deal. The album was released on an enhanced CD that contains 2 bonus tracks in MP3 format, as well as a "making of" video and a music video. The album was also released on 3 different colors of vinyl; white (limited to 300 copies), red (limited to 600 copies) and clear (limited to 100 copies and not available to the public). All music by Fuck the Facts
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    The Blasphemy of Free Thought / The Wreaking

    • Year Released: 2008
    The Wreaking is the third EP by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. The EP was released on November 29, 2008 via the band's MySpace page and was strictly limited to 19 copies. When the 7" vinyl copies of the split with Pleasant Valley were sold out, there were still some copies of the sleeve, so the band created this EP. It comprises songs from a few different sources. The first two tracks are pre-production versions of songs found on Stigmata High-Five. They were originally released on vinyl splits with Mesrine and Pleasant Valley. The other songs are live songs originally intended to be released on a split with Mincing Fury on Burning Dogma Records, however, the owner of the label went to jail before it could be released. "Taken From The Nest" and "The Wreaking" were recorded in Ottawa by Matt Connell in October and November of 2005 respectively. The live tracks were recorded at a show on November 13, 2005 at Maverick's in Ottawa with Exhumed, Averse Sefira and Eclipse Eternal. Music and lyrics by Fuck the Facts.
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    Unnamed EP

    • Year Released: 2010
    Unnamed EP is the fourth EP by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. The EP was released in February 2010. The EP is limited to 500 copies on vinyl (400 on black, 100 on clear), and is also available as a digital download. All lyrics written by Fuck the Facts, all music composed by Fuck the Facts. The drums were recorded on November 15, 2009 at Raven Street Studios by Dave Sarazin, while the band recorded the rest at Super Pro Studio in Gatineau between November 16 and 28. Craig Boychuk mixed the album at CB Audio, and Alan Douches mastered the album at West West Side in December.
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    Vagina Dancer

    • Year Released: 2000
    Vagina Dancer is the second full length release by Canadian grindcore band Fuck the Facts. It was released on September 30, 2000 and features the more experimental noise recordings. At the time, Fuck the Facts consisted only of Topon Das. All songs written and composed by Topon Das except were indicated.
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