List of Punk Rock Bands

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List Of Punk Rock Bands, L–Z - Z
... Band name Origin Years active Brief summary Zbogom Brus Li Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia 1992–2000, 2005–present Zebrahead La Habra, California, USA 1996–present A rapcore/ska punk band. 1977 Zero Boys Indianapolis, Indiana, USA 1979–86, 1990–93 A hardcore punk band ... Slovakia 1984–present Zounds Reading, Berkshire, England, UK 1977–82, 2001–present Punk rock Sub-genres 2 Tone Anarcho-punk Art punk Celtic punk Christian punk Cowpunk Crossover Thrash ...
Punk - Slang and Other Uses
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Folk Punk - History - 2000s
... heavily influenced by underground 90s pop punk and classic DIY ethic began to take shape ... For many in the punk community the record label has become almost synonymous with folk punk, though they have released a lot of electric acts with little or no folk influence ... The most notable bands of this period include Defiance, Ohio (a cello driven pop punk band), This Bike Is A Pipe Bomb (a pacifist country/punk band), and Against Me! At ...
Folk Punk
... Folk punk (known in its early days as rogue folk) is a fusion of folk music and punk rock ... Folk punk achieved some mainstream success in that decade ... In more recent years, its subgenres Celtic punk and Gypsy punk have experienced some commercial success ...
... The Exserts were an Australian punk rock band, based in Sydney, who played from 1981 until 1986 ... The band was started in 1979 by four school chums, Andrew Thomas, Steve Dempsey, Greg Suptut and Charles Sammut ... Their first show was in late 1981, playing punk covers and a few originals, at the Sussex Hotel, Sydney (where they made A$3 after expenses) ...

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