We forgot to feature a Salt Lake Hardcore release from our archive on Wednesday so we're gonna drop this in place of our One Voice column this week. And the record is... Season of the Spring's 1993, self-titled full-length.
The album marked the culmination of the Bad Yodeler's 10-year run. After a number of releases under the Yodeler moniker, the band chose a new name, Season of the Spring, and recorded a full-length that epitomized the metal-meets-hardcore-meets-rock sound that it honed during the 80s. Sadly, it would be their final release. I can't speak for other Salt Lake City acts but I can vouch that this record had a major influence on my work in City to City.