Antistatic (band)

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Antistatic
Antistatic EP.jpg
Background information
Origin Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Genres Alternative rock[citation needed]
Hard rock
Years active 2003–2007
Labels Sic Squared Records
Website Official website
Members Drew
Basin
Brody

Antistatic was a three-piece hard rock/alternative band formed in late 2003 in Perth, Western Australia.

Highlights[edit]

2003[edit]

2004[edit]

2005[edit]

2006[edit]

  • Selected as Triple J's next crop feature artist for Australian Music Month (November)[2]
  • Recorded and released the second EP Stand Up In Disguise
  • The video clip for "Stand Up In Disguise" screens on ABC TV's 'Rage'
  • Supported Karnivool and Blindspott on their national tour of Australia[3]
  • Performed live at the Perth leg of the Big Day Out
  • Performed at the 2006 WAMi Saturday Spectacular alongside Gyroscope and Snowman[4]

2007[edit]

  • Antistatic lands their first international support with US band Stone Sour, featuring Slipknot vocalist Corey Taylor.
  • Nominated for the 2007 WAMi Awards for "Stand Up In Disguise" in the category of 'Most Popular Video'.
  • Broke up in late 2007.
  • Drummer Brody Simpson went on to form The Siren Tower.

Press[edit]

Antistatic have received significant press coverage in magazines such as Xpress[5] Rockus,[6] and airplay of the band's latest single, "Stand Up In Disguise", on radio stations nationwide, including Nova in Perth, Melbourne and Sydney.

Discography[edit]

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