The Hollow Men
The Hollow Men
The only album the band made for Arista was Cresta released in 1990. The band split up in 1991. The album Twisted made up from unreleased, demo and live tracks was released in the US only on November Records in 1994. After David left new band Buzz Aldrin were formed but didn't last long. Jonny went on to drum in the band Spacehog & more recently Fever Hut, The Twenty Two's and Arkid, Choque in Mercury Music Nominees Black Star Liner & Sweetblood, Howard and Brian in the band Fever Hut. David has pursued his non musical artisic interests.
See also: www.thehollowmen.eu 2) The Hollow Men were an obscure Brighton post-punk band (weren't they all?), featuring Andrew Filshie doing vocals, guitar and synth, Gwyn Morgan on bass and Martin Rooth on drums. They are mostly known, if at all, for their track Never Again featured on the 1980 Brighton post-punk compilation "Vaultage 80: A Vinyl Chapter" 3) The Hollow Men were Founded in 2001 by four music lovin' friends from the Dutch towns of Goes and Zierikzee, raised on a steady diet of Heavy Metal, Punk, cheesy Classic (Hard)Rock and other racket. They play their first shows as The Speed Kings but since there are a bunch of other bands and artists with similar names they rapidly change it into The Hollow Men, after their first self-written tune. In 2004 they release their first demo. Despite the fact that it's clearly recorded with no budget to speak of the reactions in the music press are mostly positive.
Comparisons are made with Hüsker Dü, Screaming Trees, Queens Of The Stone Age, Foo Fighters, and Entombed. The Hollow Men have since had their second release 'Music For Every Occasion and For Every Mood'. See also: www.hollowmen.nl 4) The Hollow Men are a sketch comedy troupe from Cambridge, England consisting of David Armand, Nick Tanner, Rupert Russell, and Sam Spedding 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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