Certainly not to become confused using the bluegrass band Man Alive (the main one with both words separated), even though both ensembles released recordings in the same year, 2001, Manalive may be the country band’s doppelgänger with songs that are short, explosive bursts of anger using a driving intensity. The Denver, CO trio (these were all delivered and continue steadily to reside generally there) features drummer Brooks Miller, bassist/vocalist Charles VonRosenberg, and vocalist/guitarist Mike Neff. They began as close friends in senior high school and shaped Manalive, documenting their debut 7″ one after 90 days to be a musical entity. Their eight-song self-released Compact disc titled Robotic Youngsters soon adopted. After issuing Center, Hands and Brain independently (to become picked up later on by Universal Caution Information), VonRosenberg relocated to Paris for any 12 months; Bryce McPherson packed in on bass for any tour from the midwest. Upon VonRosenberg’s come back they documented the Roots, Rock and roll, Rebel recording. The band offers toured more than a six times prior to going on hiatus and offers presented Justin Bradford on second acoustic guitar and Tyler Griswald on drums when Miller was unavailable. They list their designs as “raging up-tempo punk to semi-ska and hardcore dashed with waves of melody” and also have shared expenses with American Metal, Leftover Split, and Planes Recognised incorrectly as Stars. Manalive offers played probably a few hundred displays in Denver and another hundred roughly on their trips of the East and Western coasts, aswell as with the South. Important gigs are the Paradox in Seattle with Zao, Gilman St. in Berkeley with Babyland, THE LOCATION with Alkaline Trio as well as the Gothic with Dillinger Four.