Since 2007, The Confusion Saint has:
Smited 2.5 pickup trucks (that they work in Terço).
Jammed The Menzingers in a race of the case.
Bought a tow shitty of Schramm of the recorded Pat.
Journeyed on 2 EP's for its own proper strange register of the Skull.
Played a group of samples with show.
New release of recorded song to follow later this year.........
Since 2007, The Confusion Saint has:
Mike Muir (born March 14, 1964 in Venice, California) is the singer for Suicidal Tendencies and Infectious Grooves. He has also released albums under his nickname Cyco Miko and has sung for No Mercy, replacing original singer Kevin Guercio, who sang for the band on the Welcome to Venice compilation. Cyco Miko released two albums on the record label Suicidal Records. The album Schizophrenic Born Again Problem Child was released in 2001, following up 1996's Lost My Brain! (Once Again) (which featured Sex Pistols's Steve Jones and future Velvet Revolver Dave Kushner).
There are several artists with this name: 1) Game Over is a heavy metal band from Sweden. It was formed in 1998 by guitarist Wire McQuaid (the stage name of Elisabeth Pezouvanis). Game Over's songs are arrangements of video game music, primarily that of games for the Nintendo Entertainment System such as The Legend of Zelda and Mega Man 2. Game Over has produced two demo albums: Nintendo Metal (2002) and NESperado (2006). Some of their songs are available free of charge at OverClocked ReMix.
The U.S. BOMBS have been through hell. To look closely at the bands turbulent history, you would swear they had a curse on their heads. In the last year alone the band has suffered some lethal blows (fist fights and band break-ups) and broken hearts (the loss of childhood friends and loved ones) that should have ended them.
When the U.S. BOMBS started playing, they would play gigs wherever they could plug-in.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Snuff are a British band formed in London, UK in 1986 who primarily play punk rock, but have also veered off into Dub and Ska at times. Their name reportedly came about after a long discussion about names ended up with one of them claiming 'That's Enough', which was then shortened to Snuff. The original line up was Duncan Redmonds on drums and vocals, Simon Wells on guitar and vocals, and Andy Crighton on bass and vocals. The band split up in 1991, but re-formed in 1994.
Raleigh, North Carolina
They managed to start a brutal circle pit at the too cool for school ATP Nightmare Before Christmas Festival. They rock.
Smooth jazz inspired vocals to Drum & Bass style grooves, Downbeat, and even soulful electro. Although the word "lounge" has been associated with a certain genre of music, the trio of musicians Marco Drewes, Niels Hesse, and singer Darrin Huss have taken it on as their moniker to redefine it's meaning and present the listener with an audio style and attitude all their own. www.myspace.com/loungeinternational
There are more than one band with the name Upstairs. 1. a female fronted rock/pop band from Orlando, Florida. In 2003, they released their debut album "Casualties of Uncertainty". 2. an all-girl punk band from Japan. In 2009, they released their debut album "Tres Chicas Punks". 3.Garage rock band from Russia. On 13 may 2010 lead drummer Philip Gorbachev announced that he was leaving Upstairs and disbanding it.
1) A 90s style hardcore punk band from West Yorkshire, UK. Formed in 2011 2) Another band; "i forgot what year exactly this band was formed, but as far as i remember, i was on 2nd grade of high school. So, i supposed it was on 1996 or 1997. The first formation was 5 people and the band called SUSPECT DEVICE, i was the drummer at first, but then our guitarist ( Koko ) leaves the band. So we have to decide who's gonna fill the guitar positon or else, we're fucked. By that time, i can't even play guitar properly, but i took the challenge.
4FT Fingers play loud, tuneful and anthemic punk rock with elements of Oi, self described as "beer-skate-punk." Hailing from Cheltenham in the United Kingdom, the band have grown to be one of the most popular UK punk bands of the modern era.
Bio from http://www.4ftfingers.com - visit to check out the band, music videos, download tunes and wallpaper, buy merch.... "Formed in Cheltenham in 1996, the band went through several line-up as well as name changes before they finally settled on 4ft Fingers.