Tour CD limited to 100
dOUBT formed in Chicago in 1988 and was dead by 1991. They performed regionally, and completed one small national tour. In 1990, they entered the studio with engineer Steve Albini to record the tracks that would become "Box of Headaches".
After the break up, cellist/Vocalist Kera Schaley went on to play on some of the most notable indie albums of the 90's, including Low's "Secret Name", Vic Chesnutt's "Is the Actor Happy?" and Nirvana's final album, "In Utero"; adding her distinctive melodies to such hits as "All Apologies" and "Dumb".
Guitarist Marc Ruvolo still runs seminal Chicago punk label Johann's Face Records and performs internationally with his band The Fur Coats, as well as releasing a variety of solo recordings.
Recorded Fall 1990-Summer 1991 by Steve Albini
Cover Art by Ethan Hutchinson
Mastered by Carl Saff
Gardner Brant: Vocals
Kera Schaley: Cello, Vocals
Marc Ruvolo: Guitar, Vocals
Gary Winters: Bass
Kurt Stephens: Drums