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The Arsons


The Arsons began when NY music group Greyarea took an escape in 2001, not officially splitting up but freeing the members to pursue other projects. Vocalist/guitarist/drummer Ernie Parada teamed with vocalist Marc Adams to start out writing material for any rough-edged punk recording, and quickly they brought bassist Al Volonino in to the collapse. Drummer Vinny Worth adopted when Parada didn’t sit down behind the package for the task. They started piecing together hardcore tunes and finally got their eponymous debut released within the Jumping Souls-run Chunksaah Information.

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Full Name The Arsons
Height 1.86 m
Music Songs Whole Life Crisis, Truth and Insincerity, Even Ashes, Oh Henry, The Substance, The Wreckoning, Sweet Electricity, Louder Please, Bridges Down, Nova Speaks, Prison Yard, Incendiary Action, The Levels, Say No More, Matty Says, Alligator Tears, I Give Up, Hugger Orange, Descend, Not Bloody Likely!, Magoo, Lost and Found, Ordinary, The Last Gang, White Noise, Skunk, Down, Better Person, Main Street, McNasty, Grapes of Wrath, Panasonic
Albums Bridges Down, Whole Life Crisis, Too True to Be Good

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