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The FANatics

The FANatics

The FANatics


There are four bands called the Fanatics. The two-piece Fanatics, based in New Zealand, formed in late 2003 or early 2004, soon releasing their self-titled EP The Fanatics in early 2004. They play dark, twisted, acerbic electro-rock featuring angular wall-of-noise guitar and programmed beats/bass and some good ole ranting vocals too. The three-piece Fanatics formed in 2005 as a four-piece after another band 'Short Fuse' broke up. With Ryan and Jed playing guitar Read more on Last.fm
There are four bands called the Fanatics. The two-piece Fanatics, based in New Zealand, formed in late 2003 or early 2004, soon releasing their self-titled EP The Fanatics in early 2004. They play dark, twisted, acerbic electro-rock featuring angular wall-of-noise guitar and programmed beats/bass and some good ole ranting vocals too. The three-piece Fanatics formed in 2005 as a four-piece after another band 'Short Fuse' broke up. With Ryan and Jed playing guitar, Ross drumming, Simon switching from bass to vocals and Jamie coming in on bass, 'The Fanatics' were born. However, in March 2006, Jamie left for another band named 4-5-1.

Later in the year he was followed by Jed, which eventually left them with just Simon Lockyer on vocals and bass, Ryan King on guitar and Ross Williamson on the drums. The five-piece Fanatics are from Pueblo, Colorado and have been churning out alcohol-fueled hardcore since 1990. They enjoy beer...lots of beer. Did I mention that? Lastly, the wizard rock band The Fanatics formed in 2007, and after releasing a single track on their MySpace, since disbanded. Read more on Last.fm.

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