Assück was an American grindcore band from Saint Petersburg Florida, active from 1987 to 1998. The band proved influential, with their album Anticapital (1992) voted number 4 in the Terrorizer list of their top 20 US grindcore albums, who described it as a "low-calibre battery of brooding, malicious, doom-ridden grind pitched somewhere between early Napalm Death and even earlier Bolt Thrower". According to journalist Greg Pratt, "Assück were an incredible band with probably metal's best drummer Rob Proctor, although no one ever mentions his name. They combined well-written poetic and political lyrics with catchy songs, insane musicianship and a short-fast-loud brutality that no one has topped since." Writing for Maximumrockandroll, Felix von Havoc describes the political punk and metal roots of this band, stating "Assuck managed to combine the anger, fury and social commentary of a punk band with the musicianship and production quality of a Death Metal band." Members: Last known line-up: Steve Heritage (guitar/vocals), Jason Crittendon (bass), Rob Proctor (drums), Former members: Daryl Kahan (vocals), Dave "Spinach" Malinksky (vocals), Paul Pavlovich (vocals), Pete Jay (bass), Steve Kosiba (bass)

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