Other bands on that comp were ABH, On Parole, Intensive Care, Impact, Mania, Government Lies, Criminal Damage and Cadaverous Clan. In 1984 Rot Records (home of Resistance 77, Varukers, No Choice, Riot Squad etc) released the tracks SS Officer and Don't Criticise on their Two Ninety Nine! compilation LP Rot Records ASS 10. Other bands to appear on this comp were Animal Farm, Killroy (usa), Naked Prey, Mania, Clampdown, The Enemy, Sick Vicars, Radio Nine, Resistance 77, Those Obnoxious Types and Paranoia. In 2011 Patrol went back into the studio and recorded and then released their first full CD album which includes 21 tracks! Most of the songs were written in the early 80's and have never seen the light of day until now.
Find the band on facebook and give them a shout.... Patrol still play gigs in and around Scotland in 2013 , check us on My Space and you tube for more songs and videos updated pics and gig info. http://www.myspace.com/fifepunkspatrol. There are a lot of hardcore music fans ..Punks and Skins in this area of Fife , the working class people never forget their roots , so when patrol play gigs the loyal supporters join forces to give us the best gigs possible, and Patrol respect that 100%. 2. BIOGRAPHY Patrol was formed in the Summer of 2003 with the core membership of Doug Lorig (Roadside Monument, Raft of Dead Monkeys) on guitar/vocals and Eric Junge (The Building Press, Vermilion) holding down duties behind the drum kit. After a year of grueling rehearsal, the final line-up was solidified with the additions of Jake Reisenbichler (Black Eagle) on bass and Skippy King (Not My Son, Tigernaut) on guitar. During 2004-05 the band honed its own brand of heavy rock, playing shows in and around the Seattle area and cutting an initial demo with Ben Verellen (Harkonen, These Arms Are Snakes, Roy). Originally the recordings were to be released as an EP, but those plans were scrapped.
Still, the band moved forward, eventually settling down long enough to record a full-length album. With the completion of their debut album Destinations, Patrol emerges fully formed, completely devoid of the over-eager idol worship that usually scars a young band. The album is a clear statement of purpose by a band that has sharpened its sound to a deadly point. This is Patrol's vision of rock music; heavy and loud but retaining the rhythmic complexity of the member's earlier bands through passages that kick like a drum pedal to the back of the head. From the seesaw grind of "The Arraignment" to the slow brooding "Our Compromise" Patrol show a balance in their craft.
While the tempos on the album shift, the band remains in control of their sound. The guitars hack, slash and crunch their way throughout the album's ten tracks, driving and molding the melodies with shocking precision. All the while, pummeling drums and bass create an uneasy rumble, like something big, black and dense swirling above the huge spacey riffs and emotive howls. This is hard rock, both new and pure. Destinations was put to tape in late 2005 by esteemed producer Matt Bayles who's past production work includes such bands as Isis, Mastodon, Murder City Devils and Minus the Bear.
The album is to be released in Japan by Stiff Slack in the summer of 2006. 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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