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Black Furies

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Biography

San Francisco-based Black Furies take influence from '70s punk, '80s hardcore, and straight-up rock & roll to create their own blazing punk soundtrack. They debuted in 2004 with a self-titled album on Take Root, and followed up the next year with an EP, Meanwhile, Back in the States... In 2004, they also contributed some music to the Wondertaker Records compilation Death Rattle and Roll, Vol. 1. Spreading their name throughout the West Coast occurred playing various shows with the likes of the Dickies, the Angry Samoans, Demons, and the Sick, among others. Comprised of Cliff Truesdell (vocals/guitar), Clint Blatchford (guitar/vocals), Michael Scanland (bass/vocals), and Mark Adams (drums), the group next signed to Gearhead in the first half of 2005. Tour dates with Million Dollar Marxists appeared that fall, which led up to the release of their label debut, Death Trip Saturday Night, in November. Black Furies next appeared at 2006's South by Southwest in Austin. ~ Corey Apar

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