|ojotigre||Fecha: Miércoles, 2013-11-06, 9:40 AM | Mensaje # 1|
| Municipal Waste |
Born in the sewers of Richmond, Virginia during 2000, with the aim of
spreading the shred, Municipal Waste played their first gig at a
Richmond New Year's Eve keg-party in 2000/2001. Blamed for inciting a
small riot, Brendan Trache, Andy Harris, Tony Foresta and Ryan Waste
went down a storm. As a result, the four swiftly started touring in
small clubs; their blazing fast, raw thrash drew from the tradition of
D.R.I., Suicidal Tendencies, Animosity-era Corrosion Of Conformity,
Nuclear Assault and Attitude Adjustment.
Graduating to the road from the dirty bunker-type garage behind Ryan's
house (a place where he used to put on punk and metal shows), Municipal
Waste toured incessantly throughout 2001/2 in the USA and Mexico.
The band also released two split records - one 7" with Bad Acid Trip,
the other being a 12" with Crucial Unit; they also had tracks on a
number of compilations.
A line-up change happened in '02 when Brendan Trache left, being
replaced by Brandon Ferrell in time for the Tango and Thrash split
record, before Municipal Waste released Waste 'Em All on 6 Weeks
Fast, furious and funny, each of Municipal Waste's super-short songs is a
memorable anthem to post-apocalyptic mutants, beer, thrash music... or,
indeed, all of the above. The band's dedication to their art is deadly
serious, yet they are not afraid to bring the fun back into hardcore.
Bashing out songs with such titles as "Thrashing's My Business... and
Business Is Good", "Thrash? Don't Mind If I Do" and "Drunk As Shit" (as
well as a split EP whose songs were all based on Kurt Russell films),
Municipal Waste have earned themselves the tag of the ultimate 'party
Meanwhile, back on the timeline, following Waste 'Em All, both Andy and
Brandon left the Waste, being replaced by drummer Dave Witte (formerly
with Melt Banana) and bassist LandPhil on bass. Touring constantly and
gaining a riotous reputation, by this time Municipal Waste had firmly
established themselves as the leaders of a fast-growing scene of bands
resurrecting the spirit of the mid-'80s crossover scene.
In 2005 Municipal Waste signed to Earache Records and recorded the
Hazardous Mutation album, featuring such two-minute wonders as the
mighty "Terror Shark", "The Thrashin' of the Christ", "Bangover" and the
undisputed Municipal Waste anthem "Unleash the Bastards".
In 2005/2006 Municipal Waste shot a video for "Unleash the Bastards", with both gory and less-gory versions being released.
Municipal Waste had already succeeded in spreading their shred across
the ocean, becoming favorites on the BBC Radio 1's 'Lock-Up' and 'Rock
Show' programmes. They're also firm favorites with audiences around the
world, thanks to their relentless touring regime and insane live shows.
In 2006, Municipal Waste played with Sick Of It All around Europe, and
also blasted Australia from coast to coast. They also played the UK's
prestigious Reading and Leeds Festivals on the Lock-Up stage, and set
off on their biggest US tour yet with Gwar.
2007 saw Municipal Waste touring with Destruction in the USA, before
going into the studio with producer Zeuss to record their next thrash
masterpiece. In April and May, the band had plans to tour Europe with
The Haunted. Check out http://www.facethewaste.com for up-to-the-minute
updates from the Waste.
2000- Tony "Guardrail" Foresta - vocals
2000- Ryan Waste - guitar, vocals
2004- Philip "Landphil" Hall - bass, vocals
2004- Dave Witte - drums
2000-2002 Brendan Trache - drums
2000-2004 Andy Harris - bass
2002-2004 Brandon Ferrell - drums
2003 - Waste 'Em All
2005 - Hazardous Mutation
2007 - The Art of Partying
2009 - Massive Aggressive
2012 - The Fatal Feast
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