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A Dame to kill for

A Dame to kill for

A Dame to kill for


A Dame to Kill For (or, D2K4) were an adolescent Punk Rock Band from Helston, Cornwall. The Band Existed for little under a year in total, but in that time recorded a selection of songs known as "The bewildered herd" and played a substantial number of gigs throughout south Cornwall. They were wicked Sick. Prior to releasing their debut EP, to be named "The Bewildered Herd", the band took an indefinate Hiatus due to spreading fears of drummer Rhys Gardener's reckless drug habbit. Read more on Last.fm
A Dame to Kill For (or, D2K4) were an adolescent Punk Rock Band from Helston, Cornwall. The Band Existed for little under a year in total, but in that time recorded a selection of songs known as "The bewildered herd" and played a substantial number of gigs throughout south Cornwall. They were wicked Sick. Prior to releasing their debut EP, to be named "The Bewildered Herd", the band took an indefinate Hiatus due to spreading fears of drummer Rhys Gardener's reckless drug habbit.

The bands other members, Jack Barker, Nathan Rettallack and later Jason Coupland feared that being around Rhys in his state might tempt them into trying the drugs that Rhys loved so much, and they decided they could no longer be around him. They also feared that the band might be funding Rhys' drug habbit, which is a retarded claim since they never made any money. At gigs the band boasted many party tricks, such as forgetting lines, leaving their instruments in their cases, making crude accusations about each other's mothers and, the crowd favourite, Rhy's projectile vommiting. Read more on Last.fm.

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