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Heavy metal quartet Mudvayne formed in Peoria, IL, in 1996, its members
adopting the unusual pseudonyms sPaG (M. McDonough) (drums), Gurrg (G.
Tribbett) (guitar), and Kud (Chad Gray) (vocals). The group's original
bassist was replaced after two years by Ryknow (Ryan Martinie). During
their development, the bandmembers began the practice of applying
bizarre makeup. After self-releasing their first album, Kill, I Oughta,
they were signed by Epic Records and recorded their major-label debut,
L.D. 50, which was released in August 2000 shortly after the end of
their first national tour opening for Slipknot. The album later went
gold and earned Mudvayne the first ever MTV2 Video Award at the 2001
MTV Video Music Awards. Mudvayne continued touring and reissued their
self-released debut EP, Kill, I Oughta, in November 2001 as The
Beginning of All Things to End. A year later the band returned with its
official follow-up, The End of All Things to Come, which was recorded
at Minneapolis' Pachyderm Studios with Tool producer David Bottrill.
With a new album came new personas, this time as space aliens. The
bandmembers changed their names accordingly, taking the new monikers of (Kud), (Gurrg), (Ryknow), and (sPaG). They embarked
on a European tour, arriving back stateside in July to join the Summer
Sanitarium shed tour, featuring such heavyweights as Metallica and
Linkin Park. In 2005, the band released Lost and Found, their third
album for Epic. ~ William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide