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Deathreat

Deathreat

Deathreat


Deathreat were formed in Memphis in 1996 as an attempt by members of His Hero Is Gone and friends to do a more back to basics, straight ahead hardcore sound. This Sound was more related to Classic 1980's US Hardcore as the path set by Memphis' Legendary early 90's hardcore band Copout than the down tuned, experimental metallic sound of His Hero Is Gone. His Hero Is Gone's Guitarrist /Vocalist and Deathreat's Drummer " Todd Threat" Todd Burdette played guitar in the final line up of Copout, and Deathreat Vocalist "Bill D. Read more on Last.fm
Deathreat were formed in Memphis in 1996 as an attempt by members of His Hero Is Gone and friends to do a more back to basics, straight ahead hardcore sound. This Sound was more related to Classic 1980's US Hardcore as the path set by Memphis' Legendary early 90's hardcore band Copout than the down tuned, experimental metallic sound of His Hero Is Gone. His Hero Is Gone's Guitarrist /Vocalist and Deathreat's Drummer " Todd Threat" Todd Burdette played guitar in the final line up of Copout, and Deathreat Vocalist "Bill D. Ramp" Billy Davis also played bass in Copout briefly.

His Hero is Gone drummer / Deathreat Guitarrist "Paul Ages show" Paul Burdette and Billy Davis had previously played in Face Down, who released a split 7" EP with Copout. "Stan Your Ground"Stan Wright and "Backside Bob" filled out the band's line up, who recorded a 12-song demo tape in 1997. Five of these tracks were re-recorded in June of 1997 for a debut 8 song EP- most commonly known by the title of the first track " Runs Dry" - on San Francisco's Prank Records ( Prank 015). In 1998 the band recorded at Columbia, South Carolina's Jay Room Studios for a follow up split 7" EP with Oakland's Talk Is Poison, who featured William Harris, Copout's vocalist on Guitar and vocals.

They recorded an additional eight tracks for the debut release of a then-collaborative label between Billy Davis, Todd Burdette and Stan Wright called "Partners In Crime", a name also used on their self-released demo tape. In 1999 Brad Boatwright from From Ashes Rise replaced Backside Bob on Bass and after several small and U.S. tours the band Returned to the Jam Room to Record their First album "The Severing of The Last Barred Window" that was released initially as a gatefold LP on Partners in Crime Records. Additional Recording at the Jam Room of five tracks in May or 1999 appeared as a collaborative split single between Deathreat and Japanese band D.S.B.

on Tokyo's Mangrove records and the complete session appeared on Lengua Armada Discos first various artists "Histeria" compilation LP. In 2001, the band toured Japan and recorded it's Final Release and Second LP "Consider It War" at the legendary Our House Studios in Tokyo. The band went dormant sometime around 2003 as band members relocated around the country. They Played a reunion show in Austin, Texas in 2005 at the second "Chaos In Tejas" festival, going dormant afterwards again in 2005. Billy Davis, Paul Burdette and Todd Burdette Have concurrently and since played in Tragedy.

Todd Burdette and Paul Burdette also played in Call The Police. Todd Burdette and Brad Boatwright Played in Warcry. Brad Boatwright was in From Ashes Rise, briefly in World Burns To Death and Lebanon. Stan Wright formed a similar hardcore band called Balance Of Terror that released EP's on Partners in Crime and also formed the completely different Signal Lost. Consider it war lp, and a split with D.S.B.

also another full length called The Severing of the last barred window. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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