The Menzingers originally formed after the dissolution of Bob And The Sagets, a band local to the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre area of Pennsylvania. With the addition of Greg Barnett the band recorded a demo/self-released album "A Lesson In The Abuse Of Information Technology" in 2006. Shortly thereafter they were signed by Go-Kart Records and re-recorded the songs from "A Lesson" and re-released their album with the addition of some new tracks. At the Fest VII in Gainesville, FL they were approached by Brendan Kelly of The Lawrence Arms and subsequently signed to Red Scare Industries.
The Swellers are a punk quartet from Fenton, Michigan, formed in 2002. Their music is fast and melodic, drawing heavy influences from 1990s skate punk. The current lineup consists of Nick Diener (guitar & lead vocals), Jonathan Diener (drums & backing vocals), Ryan Collins (guitar) and Anto Boros (bass). They are signed to Fueled By Ramen. The band played on the Vans Warped Tour in 2005 and had a short tour in Japan following the Japanese release of The Beginning of the End Again.
Highways is a 5-piece Pop Punk band hailing from Sydney, Australia. you can dowload their song "Victory" right here: http://www.mediafire.com/?779sy5783mardls it is also currently streaming on their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/highwayswin Sarah Buckley- Vocals
Kerrod Williams- Guitar+Vocals
Edward Wardle- Bass
John Buckley- Drums
Nick Laurie- Guitar
Smoke or Fire is an American punk rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. The band originally formed in 1998, when western Massachusetts natives Joe McMahan (lead vocals and guitar) and Jeremy Cochran (guitar) got together with fellow Boston University students Ken Gurley (bass) and Nick Maggiore (drums), hailing from New Hampshire. Originally calling themselves Jericho, the boys released their debut album, When the Battery Dies, in 2000. Their fan base grew as they played DIY basement shows and small clubs throughout the Northeast.
Dead to Me is a punk band from San Francisco. The band formed in 2003, shortly after One Man Army broke up and founding members Jack Dalrymple and Brandon Pollack sought out other SF punks to shore up the lineup of a new band. Jack shares vocal duties with bassist Chicken, who ayed in Western Addiction. Chicken's cousin Ian Anderson is the drummer. Original Guitarist Kyle from Semi-Evolved Simeans left after breaking his ankle on tour, and Nathan shortly joined after.
(1) An Australian Hip-Hop artist
(2) A Punk rock band based out of Los Angeles 1. An Australian Hip-Hop artist 2. The Briggs are a punk rock band based out of Los Angeles, California. Drawing influence from the likes of The Clash, Cock Sparrer, Stiff Little Fingers, and Billy Bragg, The Briggs have spent the past few years on the heels of tours that have paired them up with more recognizable faces in their genre, including several outings with Irish-punk band Flogging Molly.
3 known bands exist with the name Cry Havoc: 1. Cry Havoc is a band made up of members from Doncaster and Bolton. They play heavy rock funk. They have been described as sounding like QOTSA meets Pearl Jam and RHCP. 2. Cry Havoc a melodic punk/rock band from Southern California. Their later music style is melodic hardcore/post-hardcore. 3. POWERFUL + ROCKIN' CRUSTY D-BEAT MAYHEM FROM SHEFFIELD!!!
Nothington is a punk band formed out of the now defunct Tsunami Bomb shortly after their demise in Spring 2006 and are from San Francisco, CA. Lead singer Jay’s southern background provides a leaning towards soulful song writing mixed with influences that the band proudly wears on their road-worn hearts like Tom Waits, Leatherface, and Mike Ness. In Fall 2006, Tsunami Bomb members Gabe Lindmen and Jay Northington, began work on new demo tracks.
The Wonder Years are 6 dudes from the Keystone State that play their own brand of realist Pop Punk. Since 2006 they have released a split EP with Bangarang!, a full length entitled "Get Stoked On It!," a 7" named "Won't Be Pathetic Forever," and a split 7" with All or Nothing called "Distances," along with 2 tour EP's. The band's sophomore full length "The Upsides" was released on January 26th, 2010 and will be Re-released in September/October on Hopeless Records, who they have recently signed to.
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.