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Deponeye

Deponeye

Deponeye


Deponeye formed in 1998 following the renaming of the band from Kain. Following a series of great supports including Dodgy, Kirk Brandons Spear of Destiny and MoSolid Gold, the bands original members left to pursue oher things leaving Roy & Micky to bring in drummer Pete Jeffery & Bassist Alex Harker. Deponeye quickly set about making a name for themselves in the industry and finally in 2004 secured two tracks (Anger Management & Tick Tock) onto one of 2004s biggest selling computer games entitled Flatout sold on the PS2, PC & XBOX platforms. Read more on Last.fm
Deponeye formed in 1998 following the renaming of the band from Kain. Following a series of great supports including Dodgy, Kirk Brandons Spear of Destiny and MoSolid Gold, the bands original members left to pursue oher things leaving Roy & Micky to bring in drummer Pete Jeffery & Bassist Alex Harker. Deponeye quickly set about making a name for themselves in the industry and finally in 2004 secured two tracks (Anger Management & Tick Tock) onto one of 2004s biggest selling computer games entitled Flatout sold on the PS2, PC & XBOX platforms. The game sent deponeyes profile into the stratosphere and consequently that Xmas contact was made from Revolver Records concerning signing the guys. Unfortunately, before any deal could be made, the band split up in mid 2005. Roy found himself drawn back into the band lifestyle late 2006 with a new line up and subsequently decided that the name deponeye was to be left behind. Following a series of line up changes, his new band Exit State have continued in the same succesful vein as deponeye. The essence of deponeye has been carried on in Roys new band Exit State - check it out here www.exitstate.com 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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