A demo tape was recorded and later released as a seven inch vinyl piece 1999. The first album called Neverendinglasting saw the light of day in 2001. At this time the line up was Johan/vocals, Andy H/drums, Markus/guitar and Andy S/bass. Markus, the guitar player left the band and Jon offered his guitar skills during the cold winter of 2001. There was already talk about doing a split record with a great band called From Ashes Rise so they started writing songs for it, and returned to Studio Soundlab in Örebro to record with Mieszko Talarczyk who at this time had the reputation of owning the best studio for "small" hardcore bands in Sweden.
The record was released in 2001 in the US by Havoc Records and this is a start of a great relationship with the label that continues today. ...In Blood, the second full length record came out in 2004. It seems like people liked it a lot and there were good reviews all over the world. This record brought them to their first tour of America. After some touring around Europe they set out to make a rougher record, make the songs shorter and even more simple than the ...In Blood album.
They wrote a bunch of songs and as Studio Soundlab died with Mieszko in 2004 they recorded Divide and Conquer at The Dustward in Stockholm early 2006. They toured the US again and this time brought their mission to the east coast. After parting ways with the bass player and founding member Andy S from the band late 2006, it was time to take this band a little more seriously. Johan did pick up the bass and they were now a powertrio. In October 2007 they recorded the strongest effort so far and chose to call it Killer. 2) There is also a New York City punk band from the late 1970s called the Victims.
They were the only band other than The Misfits to appear on the Misfits' Plan 9 records. They also had an LP on Golden Disc Recordings. The 7" on Plan nine is a bit rawer and punker than the LP. The song Dance With You from the LP was later covered by the Devil Dogs (the 90s garage punk band, not the 80s no wave band). These Victims still perform sporadically as of 2009. Members: Richard Reilly: Vocals/harmonica Formerly a member of OutKids (who went on to become the Feelies), Aces and Eights, and Twang Gang Barry Ryan: Guitar/backing vocals also plays/played with Rockats, Lucky 7, and still tours with Robert Gordon Steve Berman: Bass/Vocals also has played with David Peel and too many garage bands to list. Mike Lincoln: Drums Also plays with Killer Mink and Ostronomy Former Members: James Alexander: Drummin for Jesus now Chris Dey: went on to play bass for the Cramps MT Heart: (RIP), Senders Mike Girao: Whyos, Blues Jumpers Jeff Miller: The Fast Chris Hopp: Dunno Ty Styx: Heartbreakers, Senders, 3rd bench on left Tompkins Square Park (rumor has it) 2) Victims is a five piece band from Czech republic playing deathcore according to their own taste.
The band was formed in 2005, by lead guitarist Bronislav Juřík. Victims used to have a big problems as many other bands in the world. The problem was to find a drummer. Victims were eventually forced to use programmed drums both in recordings and live and it took long 5 years until they found someone.
The big change came in the end of the year 2011 when Victims found a drummer, whereupon the band subsequently tempered its demands in terms of speed of music. Victims have always been known for their energetic shows and especially for their two singers who had no mercy in screaming and growling. The biggest change in the band Victims happened in the beginning of 2015, when the band was joined by young powerful people with plenty of ideas. It was a drummer Jiří Pinkas, bass guitarist Marek Puška and last but not least, a man who has brought to the band a bit of electro synth player Jan Kozel (Kiss the Sun).
After long disagreements with one of the singers Victims were forced to say goodbye to Lukáš, who was in the band for long 8 years. However the band decided to continue with just one vocal (Tomáš Hospodka). Victims played during their existence hundreds of concerts not only in the Czech Republic, they had also the honor to play with such names as Skinless, Condemned, Mucopus, Wasteform and from the Czech extreme metal scene bands Flashless, Poppy Seed Grinder, ROOT, Mincing Fury, Pigsty, from Slovak scene Sanatorium, Eternal Bleeding and Attack of Rage. Victims released several EPs and CDs. Interesting is their last album and EP "Alphagy" released in April 2015, which Victims recorded at Babylon Studios of their friend Tomáš Raclavský (Modern Day Babylon).
Victims recorded a music video for a song Alpha Energy. Video was filmed in the old abandoned children psychiatric hospital with a dark past. At the beginning of 2016 they are planning to kick out the new single ... Victims www.facebook.com/victimsthc http://bandzone.cz/victims http://victims666.bandcamp.com www.victims.wz.cz 4) The fourth were a seminal punk band from Perth, Western Australia, in 1977-79. The band's members were Dave Flick (Dave Faulkner) on guitar and vocals, James Baker (drums) and Rudolph V (real name Dave Cardwell; bass). Baker and Cardwell had both been members of The Geeks, formed in early 1977 with Ross Buncle on guitar and a vocalist known as Lloyd.
That band had soon folded, but with Faulkner on guitar and vocals, some Geeks songs were revived by a new band, The Victims. Faulkner, while in The Victims, referred to himself as Dave Flick. In 1977, The Victims released their debut single, "Television Addict" (Faulkner/Baker)/"I'm Flipped Out Over You". They later released an EP entitled simply "The Victims" (also known as "no thanks to the human turd"), which included the first single tracks as well as "TV Freak", "High School Girls" and "Disco Junkies". 5) The fifth is a hardcore/beatdown band from Illinois originally known as "A Devil For Me". The band has released three singles so far, and is currently recording their debut "IV: The Affliction".
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