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The Backliners

The Backliners

The Backliners


There are 2 bands called "The Backliners": 1. The Backliners is a pop-punk band from Israel. It started as a project at the end of 2007, when Brutal Assault's bass player, Itai, and Mondo Gecko's drummer, Corey, talked about the lack of good old old-school punk rock bands in Israel. so they called Expect Nothing's Vallery up, and there you have it. the best super-group the world has ever seen. http://www.myspace.com/thebacklinerz 2. "The Backliners is one of the latest rock bands to come out from León (Spain). Read more on Last.fm
There are 2 bands called "The Backliners": 1. The Backliners is a pop-punk band from Israel. It started as a project at the end of 2007, when Brutal Assault's bass player, Itai, and Mondo Gecko's drummer, Corey, talked about the lack of good old old-school punk rock bands in Israel. so they called Expect Nothing's Vallery up, and there you have it.

the best super-group the world has ever seen. http://www.myspace.com/thebacklinerz 2. "The Backliners is one of the latest rock bands to come out from León (Spain). Just one year of living has been enough for them to built up a live set, play it everywhere around their town and write their own songs, now included in their new record 'When The Backliners Took The Stage'." "This brand new band is born under the lights of the stage at the Gran Cafe "Jam Sessions", where its members came along separately almost every Tuesday. After meeting themselves and jamming together a few times they found out how good it felt when the were playing with each other, and considering that none of them were in a band by that time, they start thinking about playing together as a new group.

The band was born this way with Anibal Sanchez on guitar and vocals (former member of the Jam Sessions staff) Emilio Calleja (former drummer of KREM and many other bands), Óscar de la Huerga and Sera Cerezales (who played bass and guitar with the Memphis Mafia)." "On stage, the Backliners are full of energy from the very first minute. Knowing that rock and roll cannot be only a few musical notes one after another, they try not to come up the stage to "tie their shoelaces and look down". They play with passion, adrenaline, even aggressiveness. It's usual to see them punching their instruments, breaking strings, kicking each other, laying on the groung, even walking among the audiences while they play!" "After their "Summer Tour" with twelve gigs, including their appereance in two festivals "Elvis Loves Rock" and "Toral Rock", the Backliners were preparing their new album, proudly analog recorded in León "Estudios Feedback", and fully downloadable on the Internet because of its Creative Commons license.

Every song of the album will be available here and the whole record will be shared on eMule and other P2P programs." www.thebackliners.com www.myspace.com/backlinersband 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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