Lauderdale's Life a Beach popped up as a recommendation after downloading Fuck The Facts' Misery (Topos Das from FtF is the producer of Life's a Beach). Lauderdale plays weird and fascinating grind / doom of sorts with an interesting use of samples. Here's a thorough review of the album from American Aftermath, according to which:
"The band is comprised of three prison inmates (two former, one still incarcerated) known only as #8478, #8744 and #2837. They recorded their debut album, Life’s a Beach almost entirely in prison facilities ... don’t expect to see any shows or tours because “they seemingly do not like each other and do not get along""
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Fun fact: All the songs on Life's a Beach are named after non-metal bands from the '90s...