Band Recorded

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Total Chaos - History
... Bastard and drummer Gearbox, in 1991 the band recorded their first demo titled Punk Invasion, followed by the 7" EP Nightmares in 1992 ... In 1993 the band recorded their debut album We Are the Punx, We Are the Future, shortly after Gary Doom leave the band, being replaced by Ronald McMurder, a tour in Mexico with the Mexican band Yaps was booked ... Epitaph Records decided to sign the band to release the 1994 album Pledge of Defiance ...
Abramis Brama (band) - Biography
... Fredrik Jansson got together to start a band ... Jansson was originally slated to play bass in the new band but shifted to drums when a drummer could not be found ... The band solidified by 1998 when they recorded their first demo ...
Bjesovi - Biography - Reformation (2000-present)
... Vuković (guitar) and Dragan Arsić (bass) reformed the band ... On March 22, 2002, the band recorded their appearance in Gornji Milanovac ... "Alek" and Dejan Utvar both percussionists from the band Eyesburn made guest appearances ...
The Katies - History
... (bass, vocals) had previously been in a Murfreesboro band called A Million Worlds ... Once A Million Worlds dissolved, Jason and Gary began a new band—the Katies—named after Jason's sister in-law ... The duo recruited friends from local band Fluid Ounces for their rhythm section and began playing gigs around town, but didn't achieve a permanent lineup until Moore's ...
All Systems Go (Rocket from the Crypt album) - Song Information
... No Funk in Outer Space)", "Bad Ninja", and "Goodbye", which appeared on the band's first 7" vinyl single Yum Kippered, released by the Italian label Helter ... misunderstanding between Helter Skelter and the band's other label, Cargo/Headhunter, the band were given very few copies of the record and had no control over the amount pressed or sold ... Unsatisfied with the mastering job, the band re-recorded the first two tracks at Hit Single Studios in San Diego and the third track at Westbeach Recorders in Los Angeles, giving them slightly ...

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