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Years Active 2001 - 2006
Genre Rock, Reggae, Punk
Members Paulo Gonzalez (lead vocals/guitar 2000 - 2006) Gareth Bevan (guitar 2000 - 2006) Martin Gonzalez (bass/vocals 2000 - 2006) Theo Ongarezos (drums 2003 - 2006) Marc Tursan D'espaignet (2003) Rob Sceresini (2001 - 2003)
In the early days it was influenced by the ska punk movement of the late 90’s/early 2000’s. The sound gradually became more hard rock with progressive elements. Big riffs and grooves with plenty of melody in the vocals.
Martin and Paulo used to jam together when they were in highschool. When they decided to form a band they recruited Martin's friend Gareth on guitar. They eventually got Rob Sceresini on drums and started writing as a band.
In the early days we managed to somehow roll with the ska punk kids in those days, even though we weren't really ska or punk.
Dyslexic Fish, Bus 56, Subtruck, Psychonaut, Josivac D (later Josivac), Honourable Enemies, Amputee Pornstars, Mochief, Two For Flinching, Behind The 8ball, 8 Items or Less and Waste of Space, Kudos Infant, The Scoundrels (later Die Scoundrels), Green Room, Zion Train, Raggabeats, Sin City, and many more.
Our album for Hornthology at The Rosmeount. The lineup was Happy Dream Popstar (Joel Birch's project after Uberfaust), Bus 56 and Dyslexic Fish. Most memorable was the crowd invading the stage during our last song.
Will Stoker and the Embers, The Reductors, The Robot Invasion (Melbourne), Waste of Space, The Ambient Groove Foundation, Triangle Fight, Battle Of The Planets, Acetate, Psychonaut.