epilogue vol 1

Strike, The - Shots Hears Round the World CD

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Hailing now from Chicago The Strike have quickly become the leaders of the leftist revolution. The story actually begins in the city of Minneapolis in early 1993. The band was started by Chad Anderson (guitar, vocals) and former guitarist Micah Garlich-Miller. They recruited Chad's brother Chris Anderson as their drummer and local Minneapolis bassist Kris Adams. Both Chad and Chris are originally from Winnipeg, Canada. The band began a local following in the city of Minneapolis that resulted in a single on Johann's Face Records in 1995. They also released several other singles and compilation tracks including a short tour with Dillinger Four. In 1996 the recorded their first full length on Johann's Face titled ‘A Conscience Left to Struggle with Pockets Full Of Rust.' In 1997 The Strike relocated to Chicago without second guitarist Micah Garlich-Miller and began playing their leftist political rock that caught the Chicago scene by storm. The band's has been involved with benefits for Food Not Bombs, the International Socialist Organization and performing at scooter rallies throughout the Midwest. The Strike take their influences from The Clash, Stiff Little Fingers and The Jam. They know that revolutions can only be created by the working class, they try to make people aware of the political struggles both past and present in their lyrics With their Victory Records debut called ‘Shots Heard Round The World' the band will be poised to take their message to the next level.


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