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Trophy Scars

Trophy Scars image provided by Last.fm Biography from Last.fm

Trophy Scars is a rock band formed in Morristown, New Jersey in June 2002. The band was formed by vocalist Jerry Jones, guitarist John Ferrara, and drummer Brian Ferrara. The current lineup also includes bassist Andy Farrell and pianist Gray Reinhard. They utilize a wide variety of genres and non-traditional song structures; influences have been said to range from The Beatles to Aesop Rock, from Converge to Tom Waits. Song themes have centered around such topics as time, memory, language, and romantic tragedy. Read more on Last.fm

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Photos: Neck Deep @ Brighton Conchorde 2 – 05 February 2015

February 9th, 2015

Neck Deep live by Mike Burnell Thrash Hits

Neck Deep are one of those bands who seem to have everything coming to an exciting head all at once. Despite spending much of 2014 on the road, they still managed to win a K! Award for Best Newcomer, and support Blink 182 at their Brixton Academy shows. Now every man and his hype-chasing dog are on their case. Well played, lads from Wrexham.

So natuarally, we made sure our man Mike Burnell was on hand to get lots of photos of them when the band turned up to play a show in Brighton last week. We don’t stop chasing those web clicks!

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Future Hits 126: Super Snake

October 22nd, 2012

Super Snake promo photo Thrash Hits

Super Snake
From: Union, NJ, USA
Lazy equation: A pissed off Tom Waits + Sleazy Rock N Roll + serious bitterness towards exs (+ Ugly Kid Joe) = Violently styled lyrics over steamy, down-tempo riffs.
URL: Facebook // Twitter // Bandcamp

Thrash Hits Verdict:
 We’ve got one EP of all but four songs to go by, and they’re all winners. HOORAY! As dark and disturbing as the tunes can get, there is also a shameless, exaggerated air to the music and the band itself. I mean, the band’s press photo consists of five pale shirtless dudes slathered in baby oil. In this day and age new bands have to whore themselves out a bit for attention, though, right?

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