Near the end of one in a series of fruitless and discouraging sessions, however, Bass Overlord began playing the distinctive B-octave motif that would form the backbone of 'A Touch Of Frostcock'. Inspired and invigorated, the band built this dark and spare aesthetic into their signature style, notable for it's absence of live drums or sung vocals: Post-Metal Garage Ambient.
The high-energy vamp 'Rhythm Spectrum Disorder' soon followed, and- inspired by a love of Smooth Music and an episode of 'Beachfront Bargain Hunt'- Guitar Operator brought the sunkissed epic 'Buttermilk Bay' to his increasingly keen bandmates. After adding the solo electronic sojourn 'Total Cognitive Prolapse' to the set, Synth Daemon suggested bringing aboard Saxual Healer as an auxiliary member, rounding out their sound and injecting much needed talent, experience and emotional stability.
2018, while quiet in terms of live shows, saw several new songs added to Frostcock's repertoire and the recording of the demo/E.P. 'A Touch...Of Frostcock'. Recorded and mixed in Melbourne by Seamus Duffy, the five track release showcases the band's early work.