|Hang 'Em High|
|Genres||Punk rock, screamo, Rock n roll|
|Years active||2006–2009, 2011 - present|
|Associated acts||The F-Ups
Jesse and the rippers
|Past members||Chris DeWerd
After The F-Ups break up in 2006, Travis Allen, Chris DeWerd and Andy Collett reformed with Bill Martin and Alex Allen (Travis' brother) as Hang 'Em High. Hang 'Em High released their debut album (called "Hang 'Em High") which is only available on Hang 'Em High's Myspace page for $8.00. After the recording of their first album, Mario Ortiz replaced Chris DeWerd on rhythm guitar. With newly recruited member, they performed at various venues and also an online venue called "Deep Rock Drive". Hang 'Em High released several YouTube videos under the name of "Doctornoise". Polls on their official website show that the fans' favourite song is "Old School Fight Song" and the fans' second favourite song is "Not For Me". Bill Martin left the band in 2009 to begin a solo project. The band has finished in May 2009.
The band got back together at end of 2011 and released an EP titled "Back in Session" on March 27, 2012.
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