6. ALWAYS A FULL MOON
10. DAPPLE GREY
13. SQUEEZE THE WHITE BALL
14. MEL'S SONG.
Joe Castro Brevoort: Guitars
Monika Bullette: Vocals
Larry Zappaterrini: Bass
Jeremy Tuschak: Drums
Recorded at Clay Creek Recording Studio. Engineered by Nick Rotundo. Produced by Nero, Nick Rotundo and occasionally Nick DiMaria. Edited by Nick DiMaria. Mastered by Pete Humphries at Masterwork.
All songs ©1995 Nero OPF/Diabolique Music. All rights reserved.
Released on Zowie Records. ZR6.
Nero was an alternative rock band from Newark, Delaware who were around from 1993 until 1997. They originally started playing shows as the Obese Pharaohs Of Funk, releasing two 7 inch singles – the self released Matlock (b/w The Last Time I Laughed & Mel’s Song) and Pumpernickel (b/w Squeeze the White Ball) on Neck Records. Bassist Larry Zappaterrini replaced Bret Icenogle in 1995, prompting a name change to Nero after signing to Zowie Records. They released their only full length record, Sanguine, in 1996, as well as a final single, Soul Mint (b/w Sparkler), in 1997. They played shows throughout Delaware, Washington DC, Philadelphia and New Jersey.