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Full Scale

Full Scale

Full Scale


Full Scale was an alternative-metal band from Perth, Australia formed in 1998. The band moved to Melbourne in the year 2000 and released two EPs, "White Arrows" and "Black Arrows" they were released by Popstar Records and Full Scale toured the east coast extensively. Further down the track the band moved to Los Angeles and was signed to Columbia Records (Sony BMG) and released their full length self-titled debut in 2005. Full Scale was known to tour Read more on Last.fm
Full Scale was an alternative-metal band from Perth, Australia formed in 1998. The band moved to Melbourne in the year 2000 and released two EPs, "White Arrows" and "Black Arrows" they were released by Popstar Records and Full Scale toured the east coast extensively. Further down the track the band moved to Los Angeles and was signed to Columbia Records (Sony BMG) and released their full length self-titled debut in 2005. Full Scale was known to tour with other popular alternative-metal Australian bands such as The Butterfly Effect and their strong politically motivated lyrics. Full Scale broke up in late 2005, their final show was played in Madison, Wisconsin.

Ezekiel Ox is now the front man for another Australian band, Mammal (http://www.mammaltheband.com); while Robkaay played for Sunk Loto until they broke up in mid 2007. Robkaay has gone on to write a series of books called Robkaay Journals (http://www.robkaay.com). On December 4 2009, the reformation of Full Scale was announced in the wake of Mammal breaking up. The annoucement was initially made by a minimalist post on the bands MySpace page which had long been quiet, stating "Full Scale 2010: Ready?". This annoucement was then shortly followed by reformation details on many music news websites.[11] The reformed lineup is believed to be made up of Ezekiel Ox, Crutey, Tristan Ross and former touring bassist Ben Brennan. On September 6 2010, they had this press release; Hey Full Scale Revolution Fans and Friends, After a fantastic year playing around Australia again, Full Scale Revolution (formerly Full Scale Deflection and Full Scale) will be disbanding in it's current form.

It was a lot of fun airing out the old songs (all the way back to Symptoms of Chaos!) and we know from watching the crowds that you guys enjoyed it. Thanks to all the bands we played with, and Saltar Hype for booking the shows. Will we be back? With a new name? New songs? Never say never. Till next time, we were Full Scale Revolution.

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