|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Giving Birth To A Stone||10||Audio||2000-09-26||Vile Beat Records|
|2||Burn E.P.||3||Audio||1993||Mad Minute Records|
|3||Disappear Here||3||Audio||1992||Mad Minute Records|
|4||Burn E.P.||3||Audio||1993||Mad Minute Records|
|5||Giving Birth To A Stone||10||Audio||2002||Volcano (2)|
|6||Giving Birth To A Stone||10||Audio||2002||Volcano (2)|
|7||Giving Birth To A Stone||10||Audio||2002||Volcano (2)|
|8||Giving Birth To A Stone||10||Audio||1994||Mad Minute Records|
|9||Flow With The Tide||3||Audio||1991||Mad Minute Records|
|10||Volume 2||9||Audio||1994||Not On Label|
|11||Giving Birth To A Stone||10||Audio||2000-09-26||Vile Beat Records|
|12||Giving Birth To A Stone||10||Audio||2007-03-12|
Short lived British progressive metal band.
In 1995, Simon Oakes leaft the band and was replaced by Rod Sterling. However, Rob Havis left shortly after and bassist Justin Chancellor took a spot replacing [a=Paul D'Amour] in [a=Tool (2)]. The band was briefly renamed Sterling around this time.
In 2000, there sole release Giving Birth to a Stone was reissued to success partly due to the fact that Tool had been performing some Peach songs, spiking interest in the group.
In the early 2000s members of Peach re-formed as [a=Suns of the Tundra].