Between 1990 and 1999, Seaweed released albums on Sub Pop, Hollywood Records, and Merge Records. Their fifth and final full-length, Actions and Indications, was released on Merge in 1999. The album was recorded at Uptone, the band’s home studio in Tacoma, with Werner and Wes Weresch in the engineers’ chairs. (By this time, Bulgrien had left the band, and Alan Cage of Quicksand commanded the drummer’s chair.) Throughout their career, Seaweed maintained a singular commitment to a ballad-free blast of Marshall-based growls and yelps, and Actions and Indications is no exception.