We the People
We the People
Released a four song live demo of the show shortly there after, followed up by their first official demo, recorded by Greg Pier at Neon Witch studios. Continued playing shows garnering a lot of attention and buzz in the Syracuse hardcore scene and its periphery. We the People underwent a lineup change when original guitarist Jon Peters relocated to Boston and was replaced by Jon Davies. We the People soon went on a brief hiatus after all its members with the exception of vocalist Chuck Hickey left the Syracuse area for New York City, Hoboken, and Philadelphia, among other destinations. In 2004, the band began playing and practicing again once four out of five members found themselves living again in the same city, this time New York.
Shows soon followed when they were possible, and a second demo, the four song The Death of Life was released in December 2005. We the People then recorded another four songs at Banger Studios in Brooklyn in 2006, releasing them along with the Death of Life demo at an eight song CD in August that year and touring the northeast to support it. We the People play a unique blend of oi, hardcore, punk, with a post-hardcore sense and feel. Singer Chuck Hickey's vocals are brutal and in your face, in line with Tesco Vee of the Meatmen and Choke of Slapshot.
We the People share band members with Black S.S., Prisoner, Bad Cops, The NoJons, Bayonet U.K., The Funeral, and probably a few others. We the People is: Chuck Hickey, vocals Jon Davies, Guitar Chris Swisher, Guitar Andy Williams, Bass Jim Heffernan, Drums 3) We The People is a four-piece Indie/Pop/Rock/Alternative band from Melbourne, Australia, and was formed in 2010. 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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