Rescued from the local 7" bin were two records by a band called Salamander Rd. I'd never heard of them, but saw that their lineup featured Dan Hobson from Killdozer and Spud from Appliances-SFB (along with some dude named Roger Ewalt, who played bass and sang). Picked up both of 'em, and they're pretty good. Largely what you'd expect from a Killdozer/A-SFB hybrid.
The first 7" came out on Bovine Records, out of Madison. They'd go on to put out a bunch of cool stuff, including a Floor single, a Turbonegro single, and the very first Agoraphobic Nosebleed record! It was recorded at Smart Studios by some asshole named Butch Vig (erm, and a guy called Doug Olson, who's probably an okay fella.)
Slaughterhouse Rd. - Salamander - 1990 Bovine Records1. Salamander
2. the Best Thing
3. the Lord Loves a Workin' Man
Their second single, "Viroqua," was self-released. Viroqua's an okay town.
Slaughterhouse Rd. - Viroqua - 1990
2. Between the Reigns
(images blatantly stolen from this site, cos I don't have a scanner)
They put out a third single in '92, but it wasn't at Atomic. If anybody has it, I'd love to hear it!