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Tag Archives: Punk/New Wave

Tragedy

Hardcore music group Tragedy were founded in the entire year 2000, in Memphis, Tennessee, by previous members of community crustcore legends His Hero IS FULLY GONE — vocalist/guitarist Todd Burdette, guitarist Yannick Lorrain, and drummer Paul Burdette — however they quickly relocated to Portland, Oregon inside a bet for a …

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Suicide City

As N.Con.C. rap-metal organization Biohazard’s profession was winding down, guitarist/vocalist Billy Graziadei known as up vocalist Karl Bernholtz (ex-Groovenics) in past due 2004 to initiate what would become Suicide Town. Another previous Groovenic, guitarist AJ Marchetta, was quickly brought on table along with ex-Kittie bassist Jennifer Arroyo, the second option …

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The Bangs

Formed in LA, California, USA, in 1981 through the ashes from the Colors. The line-up was Susanna Hoffs (b. 17 January 1959, Newport Seaside, California, USA; vocals/acoustic guitar), Vicki Peterson (b. Victoria Anne Theresa Peterson, 11 January 1958, Northridge, California, USA; vocals/acoustic guitar) and Debbi Peterson (b. Deborah Peterson, 22 …

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Single Bullet Theory

The brand new wave band Single Bullet Theory were shot straight down by major-label heartaches before these were truly given an opportunity to be heard. Solitary Bullet Theory created in Richmond, VA in 1976 as X-Breed, an organization offering Michael Maurice Garrett (vocals), Frank Daniel (acoustic guitar), and Dennis Madigan …

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Versus the Mirror

Hailing from Tucson, AZ, post-hardcore quintet Versus the Reflection experienced already self-financed and documented their eponymous EP ahead of inking a cope with Equal Vision Documents in June 2005. The label released the EP that August, and the people were back the studio from the year’s end to record their …

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Shootin’ Pains

Merging two rich traditions of Texas music — ranting punk rock and roll and rootsy acoustic country — Shootin’ Aches and pains feature two members from the legendary Austin strap the Dicks, Buxf Bird and Pat Deason, with acoustic guitars and banjos running their tales of like gone wrong, a …

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Tripp Underwood

Performing as the bass player for top Boston street punks the Unseen because the band’s inception in 1993 (when the people were even now in senior high school), Tripp Underwood spent years living the nomadic punk lifestyle. He journeyed the world along with his buddies, playing music all over the …

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Prettier Than Pink

Sex charm and pop smarts catapulted Prettier Than Green to the very best of the graphs in the Philippines in 1995, their popularity skyrocketing following an omnipresent one, “Great Ka Lang” (“Just Stay Great” in British), wooed radio listeners using its sprightly electric guitar jangle; witty, upbeat lyrics; and sugar-sweet …

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Space Ponch

Matsumae Kimitaka, a musician/songwriter that has been issuing recordings within additional Japanese experimental rings because the ’80s, prospects the lounge clothing Space Ponch. Kimitaka created the avant-garde/sound group Mimi Kara Kaichu while still going to Chiba University or college in Japan, which resulted in the forming of additional clothes, including …

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400 Years

500 Years began in Tucson, Az, following a break-up of Groundwork, and finally found a house in Richmond, Virginia. The band’s albums catch a frenzy of hardcore strength, built around concurrently emotional and politics themes. 500 Years created in 1998 with Daron Hollowell on vocals and acoustic guitar, Ash Bruce …

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