Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States
Grindcore, Deathcore, Thrash metal
Abated Mass of Flesh, Cryptic Rising, Parallax Withering, Cadaverous Contingency, Willow Mount, Essence of Immortality, Apocalypse of the Risen, Flayed Alive, Numbered with the Transgressors, Christageddon, Widow and the Son, NGC 4414, Weathertalk, Propitious Vegetation, Double-Barrel Vasectomy
Dysfunctional Rotout, originally known as Xantravor, was a deathcore and grindcore project, created by the Plunkett brothers, Matthew and Zachary. The project began out of Murfreesboro, Tennessee in the United States in 2007. However, by 2009, the project had disbanded.
Dysfunctional Rotout began in 2007 under the name of Xantravor, releasing a demo, with the lineup of Matthew and Zachary Plunkett before switching to Dysfunctional Rotout in 2008. Matt, switching over from Vocals to Drums, while Zack took over Vocals, Guitars, and Bass, the band began writing several releases, including two demos, simply titled Demo and The Devouring Feed, a single cover of the Goosebumps theme song, and a studio album, titled The Three Chapters of a Blissful Grace. All the releases came out in 2009, independently.
In 2010, the band released a split album, between themselves, Dead Risen, and Hell Bovine, titled Cow Rot. Once the split was released, the band released an EP, titled A Silence Apocalypse. By the end of 2010, the band disbanded, with both Matt and Zack forming other projects or performing in preexisting projects, including Willow Mount, Essence of Immortality, and Cryptic Rising.
- Demo (2009)
- The Devouring Feed (2009)
- The Three Chapters of a Blissful Grace (2009)
- A Silence Apocalypse (2010)
- Cow Rot (2010; w/ Dead Risen & Hell Bovine)
- "Goosebumps Theme Song" (2009)
- Christian Brutal Death Metal Volume 1 (2015)
- The Ultimate Christian Grindcore Compilation (2015)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Dysfunctional Rotout". Spirit of Metal. Retrieved on August 28, 2019.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "Dysfunctional Rotout". Discogs. Retrieved on August 28, 2019.
- ↑ "Cow Rot - Split with Dysfunctional Rotout & Dead Risen". Bandcamp. Retrieved on August 28, 2019.
- ↑ "Dysfunctional Rotout". Splatter Grind Core. Retrieved on August 28, 2019.