Things were looking pretty grim for Wolfsbane in 1993. After a five-year relationship with Def American, which had spawned two albums and one EP, the quartet found themselves hardly better off than when they started -- despite the rabid support they'd received from the terribly biased English press. So after inking a deal with Bronze Records, the band members wisely decided to return to their element, the concert stage (London's Marquee Club, to be precise), to record 1993's Massive Noise Injection. A truly raw and "live"-sounding disc, it sees the band ripping through old favorites ("Kathy Wilson," "Manhunt," etc.), as well as debuting some solid new material like "End of the Century" and "Protect and Survive." All in all, a nice treat for the fans.