Dead Wretched are a UK '82 punk band who formed in Birmingham, England. Band members consisted of Bill Idiot on vocals, Mik Doyle on bass, Bazz Harding on guitar, and Dirty Des on drums. They signed to Inferno records and released two EPs in 1982. "No Hope for Anyone EP" and "Convicted EP." They also appeared on "The Bright Side of Oi!" Compilation album in 1994. However, they never claimed the "Oi!" tag.
Threats started of life in 1977 as the Reflectors. Just 4 local lads from Dalkeith in Midlothian Scotland who had a collective interest in Music.. Jim and Gogsy were next door neighbours from when they were born and grew up together. Early memories were a great interest in all things guitar based. The bands that they grew up with were the glam bands of the 1970's. It was all based on rock n' roll with bags o' fun thrown in for good measure. (That rings a bell). Slade, T-Rex, Sweet, Mud, you get the picture.
English Punk Rock band from around 1979. They supported the Damned and released two singles and an album by 1982.
The Straps on Last.fm.
There are at least two bands that call themselves Lunatic Fringe. 1. A punk band from Bristol, U.K., active from 1980 to 1986. Key releases included the 'Who's in Control?' E.P. and the 'Cringe With The Fringe' E.P. as well as the track 'British Man' on Riot City's 'Riotous Assembly' compilation. Line-up included Bear Hakenbush (vocals, see 1st photo), John Finch (guitar), Nick Horn (bass) and Age Blackmore (drums). Contemporaries of, and frequently played with, Disorder, Chaos U.K. and Amebix.
External Menace formed in the Coatbridge suburb of Glasgow in 1979 when John Sneddon, then 15, and 13 year old Wullie Hamill's band 'The L-Plates' were joined by 12 year old bassist Sandy Halkett and Rab Bell (14) on drums, the line up which recorded the 1979 demo which later got them signed to Beat the System records. After a brief split, during which Sneddy recorded a double A-side with The Snap Ons, Sneddy rejoined Wullie and Sanz with Derek Paterson taking over on drums, the bands name became External Menace, they signed to Beat the System in 1982 and released the 'Youth of Today' EP.
The name Uproar belongs to multiple artists. One is a punk band from North East England, got back together for a reunion gig at Newcastle Carling Academy in February '08 and have been touring the UK since. They recently undertook a full-scale American tour, covering most states. Another was a Group out of Wichita, Ks that jokingly called themselves emopopmetal. The group from Kansas was made up of Isaac and Kerry Burrow, John Farthing and Andy Douty.
Picture Frame Seduction formed in 1978 in Haverfordwest in West Wales playing the same style of punk music as counterparts The Partisans from Bridgend. The band was called The Frames until 1979 when they recorded their first demo and in particular a very fast version of Pearl Harbour. The band have been hit by tragedy and intrigue over the years with deaths of fans at shows and band members going missing or dying.
The Pain,formed in 1983 in mid wales town of newtown,the band has gone through many line up changes,they released tapes in 83,84,87,92,94,but only released there 1st album(arab on the hill) in 2005.the line since has been -Harry-vocals,Lawden-guitar/vocals,wooz-L.guitar/vocals,Jacko-bass,Tran-drums.They are joined from time to time by stockport`s The Rev Porl.The Pain cover a whole range of punk styles from 77 style,to streetpunk to hardcore.
Stoke On Trent punk rock with members from The rough Kutz and Dead Heros
Broken Bones is a British hardcore punk band. Formed by guitarist Tony "Bones" Roberts in 1983 after he left Discharge, Broken Bones played an important role in influencing the emergence of thrash metal. The band themselves later adopted thrash influences. The original lineup was comprised of Tony's brother Tezz (also a former member of Discharge) on bass, Nobby as the vocalist and drummer Bazz. Their first single release was the January 1984 "Decapitated". The follow up single "Crucifix" was released in May of 1984.