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Shortly after Zechman's departure, Kubiszewski played the band dozens of demos and Exotic Birds recordings. ", "Haunting Me," "Sometimes It Hurts," "Crushing Me," "Slipping Away," "Desperate Now," and "Goodbye." These tracks would later find space on both the Wither and Darkest Days albums.
When the band headed to Bearsville Studios in Woodstock, New York, without a permanent guitar player, they decided to play all the guitar parts themselves, with Sellers and Kubiszewski taking on most of the guitar duties.
Andy Kubiszewski was called in to replace Suycott's position for the remainder of the shows.
This fast replacement required Kubiszewski to learn all of Suycott's parts while on his flight to meet with the band.
He was replaced for three dates by former drummer Chris Vrenna, then Johnny Haro for the remaining dates.
Haro joined Econoline Crush after Kubiszewski's return.
The songs "Lies," "Lost," and "Can't Happen Here" were also all featured in the first Mortal Kombat movie in 1995; however, these songs weren't featured on the CD soundtrack.
This resulted in their major label (Columbia Records) debut album, Ungod, which was released on February 15, 1994.
Kubiszewski became a permanent fixture of Stabbing Westward.
The "Thread Mix" of the song "Violent Mood Swings" was included in the soundtrack to the 1994 film Clerks.
Vrenna played drums on all of the demo recordings that ultimately landed Stabbing Westward their record deal with Columbia Records.
The demo recordings included "Violent Mood Swings," "Lies," and "Nothing." They were recorded at a studio in Evanston, Illinois and included Stuart Zechman on guitar.