Brand-new wave revival outfit the Birthday Massacre shaped in London, Ontario, in 2000 — originally dubbed Imagica, the founding lineup was made up of frontwoman Chibi, guitarists Rainbow and M. Falcore, bassist Aslan, keyboardist Dank, and percussionist O.E. After documenting a seven-song demonstration session, Dank still left Imagica and the rest of the people relocated to Toronto, in which a second demonstration release implemented in mid-2001. Upon renaming itself the Birthday Massacre, the group released its debut LP, Nothing at all & Nowhere, in the summertime of 2002. Using the resignation of O.E., the lineup welcomed keyboardist Adm and percussionist Rhim ahead of saving a follow-up EP, 2004’s Violet. Adm quit the Birthday Massacre ahead of an expanded Western european discharge of Violet for the German label Repo — in 2005, the music group agreed upon to the Metropolis imprint to concern the disk in THE UNITED STATES as well as the U.K., adding keyboardist O-en to get a tour of American European countries. In 2007 the music group released their third record, Strolling With Strangers, on Metropolis, after that lay out on tour with Mindless Personal Indulgence and Julien-K. 3 years later, the music group place released 2010’s Pins and Fine needles, implemented up quickly by an EP, Imaginary Monsters, in 2011.
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|The Birthday Massacre Broken Minds 2006 Bootleg||2006||Herself|
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