Junker are known for their brutal live performances, colliding heavy rock, hardcore punk, indie and funk into a melodically thunderous bass driven assault with dark psychological themes. They have pushed onwards and upwards since 2008, grabbing the attention of promoters and other bands alike. Growing as performers, blowing away new audiences and demolishing venues with their massive sound. Junker has a very strong rock pedigree. Gash was the bassist and songwriter in Emotional Baggage who won the battle of the bands in 1997. He then toured the USA in 2001 as stand in singer for the legendary punk band, Skeptix.
Dylan is the son of Mott the Hoople’s original guitarist and grew up in and around Rockfield studio in Monmouth. Their first self-financed mini album, was recorded and produced by Punk legend Steve "Fish" Brookes from the Skeptix in his Cheshire studio. Junker will be returning to the studio late 2011 to lay down brand new tracks that have been gig honed over the last year. Which studio...which producer...we're not saying...yet. Members: Gavin "GASH" Ashley - Bass/Vocals Chris Denby - Guitars/Vocals Dave Hole - Drums/Vocals Dylan Lovell - Guitars/Vocals Ed Ward - Guitars/Vocals 2. Junker is an American punk band from Indianapolis, IN formed in 2008. Junker play a tight, melodic brand of punk rock with underlying metal tendencies and a theme of friendship and unity.
With the release of their debut record "Better in the End", Junker quickly caught regional attention, affording the opportunity to play with some of punk rock's heaviest up and comers. East coast label Death to False Hope quickly picked up the record, spreading attention to Junker nationwide. Winter 2010 saw Junker embark on their first East Coast tour to overwhelming success, with the coming months including a West Coast tour and two previously unreleased tracks for a Death to False Hope records compilation. Members: James Wuerch - bass/vocals Ross Neu - guitar/vocals Jay Naidoo - guitar/vocals Alex Bond - drums Read more on Last.fm.
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