The split 7" from 1995 features 2 tracks by each band and on the labels it mentions it is limited to 500 copies. From what I remember of this release and the stories surrounding it, neither band agreed to it (or weren't even asked about it?), yet Hearsay Records went ahead and released it anyways. It features tracks from Overcast's 'Bleed Into One' 7" and Converge's self-titled 7" and was released sometime after both bands' first albums were released. I wonder if the Vision Of Disorder/Loyal To None split 7" on Hearsay was also released with the bands' permissions? Anyways, another odd thing is that the inside of the cover lists a bunch of supposed releases by Hearsay Records, which were never released on that label as far as I know, such as the B'zrker 'Taking The Law' 7" (Exchange Records) and the 1st Converge 7" (Foundation America Records). I have no idea what to make of this. If somebody could shed any light on this, be my guest! Also notice the really old/odd logo's for the bands used on the inside of the cover of the 7". I can't place the Overcast logo, but the xConvergex one I've seen on one of their demo's (which I unfortunately do not have). And Converge sounds *way* different here than they currently do. The word 'tough' comes to mind, I'm not kidding. I have their self-titled 7" that these tracks are taken from as well, so I might post it someday if people are interested. I wish I had Overcast's 'Bleed Into One' 7" tho.
Overcast 1993 demo
Overcast / Converge - Twin Terror split 7"