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One Car Pile-Up

One Car Pile-Up is a United Kingdom melodic punk band which formed in the Scunthorpe area in 1996. Chris Lonsdale was the bassist in local band Gan at the time, and approached Wes Wasley to form a new band. They wrote songs at Wes' house while thinking about other people to complete the line-up. Chris brought along Dave Clarke who was the singer in Gan and so the search was on for a drummer. After trying a couple of local people it was obvious they needed someone who could play fast, and Wes suggested Robin 'Towie' Tow who used to play in Mental Seizure with him...

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Fire At Will

This southwest Virginia four-piece draws stylistic cues from mid-nineties punk mixed with ska, hardcore, and metal. Much like their musical influences, their lyrical content runs the gamut as well. Songs about zombies, video games, and daytime television hosts are mixed with songs about more serious topics. Fire At Will is musically unique, often amusing, and always entertaining.

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STR

Forming in 1998, STR were a powerhouse that blended punk rock, pop punk and hardcore with a devout Christian theme. Their latest release is "Hopes For Hire" and they disbanded in 2005 to pursue other projects.

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High Five Drive

High Five Drive finished off 2009 with the Japanese release of “Fullblast”, their latest record. Days later it’s 2010 and HFD is on an eight show tour in the USA. After a few months at home working on new material, the band tours several European countries in April with Canadian dates in late March. The band isn’t rich, and has only a small network of allies. Yet, they have kept a firm standing in the insanity of egos, opinions, and ostracism also know as the music industry. Alone they stare into the Icy Dawn.

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The Dauntless Elite

The Dauntless Elite formed in late 2003 in Leeds, Uk from previous bands: Joe Ninety (Lee Wall - Vocals&Guitar, Andrew Jackson - Bass) & FIG.4.0 (Joe Alderdice - Vocals&Guitar, Stephen Hastwell - Drums). They play Punk Rock in the vein of American Steel, Snuff & Leatherface. In fact they'd say they probably rip those bands off a little too much. The band released a 6 track EP on the amazing Plan-It-X Records (home to bands like Ghost Mice, One Reason & Japanther!) called Security? EP which you can also get on 10" vinyl from Somebody's Song Records.

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The Living Daylights

The Living Daylights are a four-piece rock outfit who dwell in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia. After playing individually and in different groups, the lads united to form The Living Daylights in January 2007, and began to compose some original material. Since then the group have been playing shows and providing memorable moments for the citizens of this fine State. After some smaller shows, the band entered and won National Youth Week’s Battle of the Bands in Murray Bridge, and has since recorded their first E.

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Vena Cava

Vena Cava has been the name of at least five bands:
1. A Romanian death metal band.
2. A San Diegan pop punk band.
3. A post-punk band from Columbus, Ohio on the Old 3C label.
4. A UK Post-Punk band who released a 7" EP in 1980.
5. A Metal band in Beijing who are in High School.

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Annalise

There are two artists named Annalise. 1) Annalise are a punk pop band from Exeter in the UK. They have released numerous 7''s and EPs as well as three albums. Thir most recent album 'Heres to Hope' is out now on No Idea Records.
Currently, the band is in a long term state of hiatus but in their dark and distant past they've toured the UK, Europe, Australia, Japan and Malaysia. 2) Annalise is a eurobeat vocalist, and her real name is Annerley Gordon.

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Daysworth Fighting

Hailing from Victoria's Western Suburbs, the four members of Daysworth Fighting have been jamming together since 2001 under their former name - Potamus. After a long break in 2004 where Bassist - John, and Drummer James fulfilled personal commitments overseas, the band started anew under the name Daysworth Fighting. Spending most of 2005 getting organized and back into playing live shows, the band has further progressed in their style of hardcore punk rock, mixing new melodies and tempos with rough vocals and driving beats, and playing with some of Australia's finest bands along the way.

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