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The Tupolev Ghost

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The Tupolev Ghost were a post-hardcore band formed in Cambridge, UK. Their style was greatly influenced by the complexity of bands such as Fugazi and Faraquet along with the power and drive of Hot Snakes and Shotmaker, combined with a love for good melody. Their most recent record The Tupolev Ghost, released through UK independent Big Scary Monsters Records in spring 2009, garnered much acclaim in the UK rock music press and they were known for their intense and explosive live performances. Read more on Last.fm

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Live + Photos: Offset Festival – 05 September 2009

September 14th, 2009

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Everyone here at Thrash Hits was beyond pleased with the line-up for the first-ever stage we’ve sponsored at a festival – the functionally-titled Hardcore Stage at Offset 2009. We so so damned chuffed that we didn’t bother to watch any other stage all weekend. Yeah, it kicked ass.

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Future Hits 030: The Tupolev Ghost

May 21st, 2009

A lot of people are saying great things are going to come from The Tupolev Ghost. We had a chat with frontman James Parrish about the his hopes and dreams for the band as well as Swine Flu and Limp Bizkit.

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From: London and Cambridge, UK
Sounds like: Rival Schools, Shellac, Slint
Website: www.MySpace.com/TheTupolevGhost

Thrash Hits verdict: This band is a fantastic amalgamation of all your favourite post-rock and post-hardcore sounds from the 1990s and the turn of the century. They also DSTRY stages with their cracking live show. The Tupolev Ghost are a fascinating, honour-fuelled band that a lot of people are going to get to care about if they get the breaks they deserve.

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