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On the Front Line

The Casualties

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Punk Is NOT Dead.

The Casualties are not sell outs. They have played the same music from pretty much day one and the only difference is a bigger fan base. This is a great CD and is my second favorite to For the Punx

punx not dead!!

amazing! omg i love the casualties

Still the Same!

Well the only thing posers listen to is wannabe punker bands. This band hasen't changed since they started. The people who don't like this band cuz posers like it must be crazy. This band ain't full of wannabes. you like what you love to hear. not cuz posers like it doesn't mean you can't. and its just like saying you're a poser for not liking it cuz of what others think or pretend to like.


Formed: 1990 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The Casualties formed in 1990 out of a desire to return to the heyday of punk, an era that hung on into the early '80s and then started to fall by the wayside in favor of the very early grunge movement, as well as hair metal, synth pop, and new wave. But the band's lineup was far from stable in the early days. The initial lineup consisted of singers Jorge Herrera and Colin, drummer Yureesh, guitarist Hank, and bassist Mark. Even this inaugural lineup was shaky, with Colin stepping out for several...
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