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Indie rock band the Texas Chainsaw Mass Choir took to the highway in the summer and fall of 2003 to promote their raucous brand of hardcore. Comprised of five friends from Columbia, Missouri, the line-up featured Greg Roberts on guitar and vocals, Alex Evan on guitar, Adam Russel on bass, Colin Webb on vocals, and Brian Harkin on drums - who in addition to banging on skins, took his camera on the road to record his impressions of being a rock star in training. The tour took the band across half of America via their trusty van, sweeping around the midwest and as far north as Milwaukee, and then east to Kentucky, south through Texas, and all the way west out to Los Angeles, before heading back again. Not long after the tour the wheels began to fall off and the band shed a couple of members, direction, and name; ultimately becoming the White Rabbits.

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01/20/11 | samantha Bieschke

me and my freind listened to your samples and we liked them but they kind of sound similar.

also you remind me of this band i use to listen to. the blood brothers

11/27/08 | .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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From those 2 samples I wouldn´t say it is hardcore. Kind of noise punk? I liked it but those two tracks are too similar…

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