Excessive Force is a musical side project started in 1991 by Sascha Konietzko of KMFDM and Buzz McCoy of My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult. In 1991, Excessive Force released the single "Conquer Your House", followed by the album Conquer Your World. After this release, McCoy had no more involvement in Excessive Force, which went on to become exclusively a KMFDM side project. In 1993, Excessive Force released the single "Blitzkrieg" followed by the album Gentle Death.
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Speed Heavy Battalion (USA-1). Band's List Speed Heavy Battalion (USA-1) Excessive Force. Band Name Battalion (USA-1). Album Name Excessive Force. Labels Self-Released. Music StyleSpeed Heavy. Members owning this album0. 3. Orchestrated by Fear. 5. The Postman Always Shoots Twice. 6. Devestation Trail. 7. Tribe of the Razor Eaters.
Excessive Force is a 1993 American action film. It was directed by Jon Hess and written, co-produced and starred by Thomas Ian Griffith. It was released by New Line Cinema in the summer of 1993. Despite being panned by critics and becoming a box office bomb, the film had a direct-to-video sequel, called Excessive Force II: Force on Force (1995), that bears no relation to this film and does not follow its storyline.
Excessive Force (film). Directed by. Jon Hess. Produced by. Oscar L. Costo Thomas Ian Griffith Michael Harpster Erwin Stoff. Excessive Force is a 1993 American action film, starring and written by Thomas Ian Griffith.