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I Excuse

I Excuse

I Excuse


I Excuse is easily the most exciting band to come around for the past 10 years, like a real spastic Leatherface. They formed in Japan's old capital city Kyoto in 2000, after each member left their previous local bands. Influences include Leatherface, Husker Du, Dag Nasty, Pegboy, Articles Of Faith (there's a cover of "What We Want Is Free" on Burn The Empty To The Ash) and Naked Raygun. They are also influenced by bands from their generation. Such as Lifetime, Dillinger Four, and Strike Anywhere. Read more on Last.fm
I Excuse is easily the most exciting band to come around for the past 10 years, like a real spastic Leatherface. They formed in Japan's old capital city Kyoto in 2000, after each member left their previous local bands. Influences include Leatherface, Husker Du, Dag Nasty, Pegboy, Articles Of Faith (there's a cover of "What We Want Is Free" on Burn The Empty To The Ash) and Naked Raygun. They are also influenced by bands from their generation.

Such as Lifetime, Dillinger Four, and Strike Anywhere. Their first release was a split 7" with Finnish band Manifesto Jukebox on the Japanese punk rock label Snuffy Smile. They also have two songs on the I Hope The End Is Always The Beginning compilation, one being a Stiff Little Fingers cover. They have played with many Japanese and foreign punk bands like Manifesto Jukebox, Dillinger Four, The Thumbs, Travis Cut, Skimmer, The 'Tone, Superchinchillarescuemission, Fun People, and The Tim Version.

Their debut album Burn The Empty To The Ash is an incredible and powerful combination of early Leatherface meets the snotty, catchy brilliance of Dillinger Four, with the follow up entitled ...Is Dead proving just as impressive. 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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