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Die Cheerleader

A Uk four-piece comprising Rita Blazyca (guitar), Sam Ireland (vocals), Debbie Quargnolo (bass) and lone male organ Andy Semple (drums), Die Cheerleader play chunky, punk-edged, hard rock and roll, featuring feisty, semi-surreal tracks about human relationships and life’s many downturns. Along the way they have were able to straddle both rock and indie styles, attracting the interest of journalists from both camps and securing a posting agreement with poet and punk tale Henry Rollins. Trips with well-regarded punk and rock and roll acts Terrorvision, Poor Religious beliefs and Iggy Pop helped to determine their reputation like a hard-working, talented live work. Filth By Association gathered their well-received 1st three EPs (D.C.E.P. , Saturation and69 Hayloft Actions) in up to date type, along with two fresh tracks to full the bundle. Rollins later wanted to release them in america by getting a agreement with London Information, who released the US-only Boy Of Filth, an recording split between older materials remixed by Rollins and fresh songs stated in London with Steve Mack (ex-That Petrol Feelings).

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