|7||Piss & Vinegar|
|10||Hitch (2009 Remastered)|
|11||Useless (2009 Remastered)|
|14||Self Punishment (2009 Remastered)|
|16||Can't Wait For Violence|
|17||Perfect Person (2009 Remastered)|
|19||Dead Like Me|
|20||Defaced (2009 Remastered)|
|23||Memories of Expo 7000|
|27||For All The Sin|
|28||Make Your Own Bones|
|36||ERROR IN EXCELLENCE|
|39||Piss And Vinegar|
|42||Communion (2009 Remastered)|
Nothingface was a four-piece metal band from Washington, D.C. noted for having graphic lyrics and occasionally using political themes in their later works, as well as polyrhythmic songs.
Formed in 1994, the band's original line-up consisted of vocalist David Gabbard, guitarist Tom Maxwell, bassist Bill Gaal and drummer Chris Houck. They released three tapes with this lineup, until Gabbard left the band. At this point Matt Holt took over singing duties. The band then recorded a self-titled album featuring ten songs. DCide then discovered Nothingface, and they re-recorded the album, with six of the songs featuring on their debut album Pacifier, released February 6, 1997.
The band's second album An Audio Guide to Everyday Atrocity was released on September 22, 1998 via DCide/Mayhem Records. The band toured in support of the album throughout the United States with Stuck Mojo, Sam Black Church and Ministry.