There is more than one artist with this name: 1. Spitfire is a metalcore / mathcore quintet. Originally, the band featured vocalist and guitarist Matt Beck, drummer Chris Raines, and bassist Jimmy Reeves. With this lineup, they released an EP called Straining Towards What's To Come on 2Jake Records and The Dead Next Door on Solid State Records in 1999. Later, having added new vocalist Jon Spencer, Spitfire released a second EP, called The Slideshow Whiplash, for Goodfellow Records. Soon after, in 2001, the band broke up.
Bomb the Music Industry! (commonly abbreviated as BtMI!) is a musical collective originally from Baldwin, Nassau County, New York. They write, produce, record, and distribute all of their music under the leadership of songwriter and producer Jeff Rosenstock, and you can get their albums FREE at quoteunquoterecords.com
They are known for their DIY punk ethic, embodied in such actions such as distributing six albums worth of their own material for free on their website, and offering free stencils and paint for fans to create their own T-shirts.
So, the almighty HAVE NOTS have arisen like a phoenix from the ashes of two Boston punk mainstays, STRAY BULLETS and CHICAGO TYPEWRITER (ok, that may be a bit dramatic, but you get the idea)...featuring Jameson Hollis, Steve Patton, and Matt Pruitt from ChiTy, and Jon Cauztik from SB, HAVE NOTS play the "ill ragga punk" that makes the kids dance and occasionally get so excited that they puke on themselves (the kids, not the band...the band pukes on themselves for entirely different reasons...ask Pruitt why he doesn't wear a scarf when it's cold out anymore).
There's probably more than one band with this name. But one of them is a Leeds based Hardcore/punk band. Download/Listen to their debut EP here;
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The Inner Terrestrials have been together since 1994 mixing hardcore punk, dub, ska and more creating a powerful and eclectic sound. Formed in s.e London the band have gigged and toured loads playing everywhere from venues and festivals to squat parties/centers, demo's and protest sites all over the uk and Europe- France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Poland, Czech, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, Lithuania, Latvia, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia...
Suburban Legends is a seven-piece third-wave ska/punk band hailing from Orange County, California that formed in 1998 as The No Tones. They gained much popularity from playing nearly 1000 concerts at Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort in 2001. They released their first album Rump Shaker in 2003, and released their new EP, Dance Like Nobody's Watching, in May 2006, signaling a change in the band's sound from ska towards a more funk/disco feel.
no one likes pete. he plays the bass :( misguided, CHOON!
NOFX is a punk rock band from San Francisco, formed in 1983. The original lineup included singer/bassist Fat Mike, drummer Erik Sandin, and guitarist Eric Melvin. Since 1991, the lineup has remained the same, with El Hefe playing guitar and trumpet. They have released 10 full-length studio albums, 15 EPs, and many 7" singles. The group has sold over 6 million records worldwide, making them one of the most successful independent acts of all time.