Ketamine were a sludgecore band from San Francisco. Their music was influenced by acts ranging from Daniel Johnston to Eyehategod. The band persevered despite losing their first singer and one of their guitarists. Joining Jesika "Christ" Gorton, Kevin Masters, and Claude Kraemer, Oliver Lodge took on vocals and their sound took on an even more intense edge accompanied by live performances that have been described as both violent and unpredictable. They disbanded in 1996.
Engineered by Nathan Harlow in 1996 and later mastered by Brian Simakis, the full-length album '25.807 Squared' is a testament to the unrelenting power of the group Ketamine. This 2017 release on Bad Road Records includes an exclusive bonus track.