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Mercy Killers

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Biography

Los Angeles-based punk trio Mercy Killers follow in the footsteps of influences like the Damned, T.S.O.L., Generation X, and the Clash. The group formed around vocalist/guitarist Craig Fairbaugh (ex-the Forgotten), who had previously done time touring with bands like the Transplants and Lars Fredericksen & the Bastards. He hooked up with bassist/vocalist Sam "Sampire" Soto (ex-Sluts for Hire, Original Sinners) upon a recommendation from friend Tim Armstrong, later meeting drummer Colin Berrill while on tour in Ireland with the Bastards. A native of Dundalk, Ireland, Berrill was a longtime member of the Irish punk group the Gurriers before signing on with Fairbaugh and Soto. Mercy Killers released a self-titled four-song EP on Rancid Records in 2005, which was reissued the following year as a split on I Scream Records with Belgium's Enemy Rose entitled ...And to Become One. Their debut full-length, Bloodlove, appeared on Hellcat in summer 2006.

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