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Face the Fax

Face the Fax

Face the Fax


FACE THE FAX is a punkrock band hailing from Leuven/Antwerp, established in 2004. Despite singer songwriters with an attitude claiming fame in these towns, the band established itself with energetic, fast and catchy punkrock. Combined with their searing live performance, this has made FACE THE FAX a household name in the Belgian punkrock scene. Any fan of NOFX, A Wilhelm Scream, Belvedere, Propagandhi and melodic punkrock in general will be able to grasp some influences of these bands when listing to FTF. Read more on Last.fm
FACE THE FAX is a punkrock band hailing from Leuven/Antwerp, established in 2004. Despite singer songwriters with an attitude claiming fame in these towns, the band established itself with energetic, fast and catchy punkrock. Combined with their searing live performance, this has made FACE THE FAX a household name in the Belgian punkrock scene. Any fan of NOFX, A Wilhelm Scream, Belvedere, Propagandhi and melodic punkrock in general will be able to grasp some influences of these bands when listing to FTF. Without being condemned to listen to eternal clichés, since the band always tries to add fresh and new perspectives to their music. The bands list of support slots already includes A Wilhelm Scream (US), The Flatliners (CAN), No Trigger (US), Death By Stereo (US), SNFU (CAN), This is a standoff (CAN), Not Available (DE), Authority Zero (US), Undeclinable Ambuscade (NL), Mute (CAN),...

Next to intensively roaming around Belgium, FTF also toured the UK, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia. After the release of their sophomore album “When Morning Comes” (Kickass/Teenpunxinheat Records), the bands expansion to a five-piece in 2011 gave their sound and live performance another kick in the nuts, with added melody, power and flying body parts! In this new setting, the band released its second full album titled “Basic Human Wrongs” in April 2013, in cooperation with Belgiums renowned punkrock label FUNTIME RECORDS. Sharp as an axe, that’s FACE THE FAX 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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