Bullet Treatment

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Bullet Treatment
What Else Could You Want? album cover
Background information
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Hardcore punk
Years active 1998 (1998)–present
Labels Basement Records, ThinkFast Records, Fat Wreck Chords
Website Bullet Treatment Facebook
Members Chuck Dietrich

Bullet Treatment is a hardcore/punk band based out of Los Angeles, California.

Their latest album/EP "Ex-Breathers" was released on Basement Records. They also have released music on Fat Wreck Chords and Think Fast! Records.[1] Started by guitarist Chuck Dietrich, the band has featured over 30 members[2] over its long history including Tim McIlrath of Rise Against, Matt Caughthran of The Bronx, and Dave Hildago Jr. from Social Distortion. Bullet Treatment songs "Grindstone", "Spread My Legs", "A Reason For Violence", "Hand In Hand", "Pointless Conversation", and "Not Afraid Of The World" have been featured on MTV's television show Nitro Circus.[3]

The song "The Escapist" from the EP "Ex-Breathers" is featured in Season 3 Episode 11 of the popular MTV show Ridiculousness.

Punknews.org described Bullet Treatment as "Take the reckless intensity of Black Flag, the breakneck speed of Minor Threat and the brilliant musical structures of early Adolescents. Now throw it all in a pot, set that shit on fire and let it explode in a blaze of glory. Your end result would be The Mistake by a little-known band called Bullet Treatment." [4]

Releases:

"The Mistake" (2006, Basement / Think Fast Records)[5]
"What More Do You Want" (2004, Basement Records)
"Designated - Vol.1" (2009, Fat Wreck Chords)[1]
“Split w/ Riotgun” (2002, Basement Records)
“Furious World” (2003,Basement Records)
“Split w/ Shellshock” (2004, Puke N’ Vomit)
“Split w/ The Nipples” (2004, Basement Records)
“The Bigger, The Better” (2005, Basement Records)
“Dead Are Walking” (2006, Basement Records)
“Split w/ It’s Casual” (2008, Basement Records)
“What Else Could You Want?” (2009, Basement Records)
“Designated - Vol. 2” (2012, Think Fast Records)[6]
“Ex-Breathers” (2013, Basement Records)
“What More Do You Want? (Re-Issue)” (2014, Basement Records)

Collaborator: From: Featured on Bullet Treatment album:
Chuck Dietrich n/a all releases
Xavier Chavez RF7 “What If Punk Was Too comp”, Split w/ It’s Casual 7”, “What Else Could You Want?”
Chris Colonnier Jeffries Fan Club “Along The Way a tribute to Bad Religion”
Joel Shunkey Brotherhood of Death “The Bigger, The Better”, “What Else Could You Want?”
Jeff Tucker Rock Kills Kid “Split 7” w/ The Nipples”, “What Else Could You Want?”
Danny Baeza Rock Kills Kid, Fiction Reform “Along The Way a tribute to Bad Religion, “Split 7” w/ Shellshock”, “What More Do You Want?”, “Furious World” “What Else Could You Want?”, "What More Do You Want?(Reissue)"
Hector Martinez Spider “Furious World”, “What Else Could You Want?”
Adrian Romo Sloe Jamm The Punk “Along the way a tribute to Bad Religion”, “Strength to Endure: a tribute to Ramones and Motorhead”, “Split w/ Shellshock”, “What More Do You Want?”, "What More Do You Want?(Reissue)"
Bill Seabolt Oddlager “What Else Could You Want?”
Anthony Schivone Naked Movie Star “What If Punk Was?”, “Furious World”, “What Else Could You Want?”
Dave Daredevils Don't Die “What If Punk Was Too”, “Strength to Endure: a tribute to Ramones and Motorhead”
Chris The Voids “Dead Are Walking”, “What Else Could You Want?”
Rich Labatte Insted, The Alligators “Designated vol. 1”, Designated vol. 2”
Jeff Watson The Icarus Line “Split 7” w/ It’s Casual, “What Else Could You Want?”
Chase Manhatten The Dee Dee Ramone Band, Amen “What Else Could You Want?
Richard Verdugo Vultures United “The Bigger, The Better”, “What Else Could You Want?”
Liza Graves Civet “Dead Are Walking”, “What Else Could You Want?”
Dave Hildago Jr. Social Distortion, Suicidal Tendencies, Spinnerette “The Bigger The Better”, “Dead Are Walking”, “The Mistake”, “Epilogue a tribute to Kill Your Idols”, “Designated vol. 1” Designated vol 2”, "Ex-Breathers", "What More Do You Want?(Reissue)"
Vince Hildago Spinnerette, Mariachi El Bronx “The Mistake”, "Ex-Breathers", "What More Do You Want?(Reissue)"
Matt Caughthran The Bronx, Mariachi El Bronx “Split w/ Shellshock”, “What More Do You Want?” “The Mistake”, “Designated vol. 2”, "What More Do You Want?(Reissue)"
Scott Sturgen Star Fucking Hipsters, Leftover Crack “Designated vol. 1”
Johnny Bonnel Swingin' Utters “Designated vol. 1”
Chris No. 2 Anti-Flag “Designated vol. 1”
Thomas Barnett Strike Anywhere “Designated vol. 1”
Russ Rankin Good Riddance, Only Crime “Designated vol. 1”
Tim McIlrath Rise Against “Designated vol. 1”
Scott Wade Comeback Kid “Designated vol. 2” “Dayglo Abortions tribute”
Andrew Neufeld Comeback Kid “Designated vol. 2”
Ryan O’Conner Outbreak “Designated vol. 2”
Jordan Salazar Vultures United “Designated vol. 2”, “Split 7” w/ It’s Casual”, “What Else Could You Want?”, "Ex-Breathers"
Liam Cormier Cancer Bats “Designated vol. 2”
Nuno Pereira A Wilhelm Scream “Designated vol. 2”
Bill Gould Faith No More “Dayglo Abortions Tribute”
Chris Colohan Burning Love, Cursed “Dayglo Abortions tribute”
Pat Magrath Saosin, Fear, Amerikan Made “Dayglo Abortions tribute”

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Bands: Fat Wreck Chords". Fatwreck.com. 2009-04-14. Retrieved 2011-05-05. 
  2. ^ US. "BULLET TREATMENT | Gratis muziek, tourneedata, photos, videos". Myspace.com. Retrieved 2011-05-05. 
  3. ^ "Nitro Circus Episode Guide". Nitro Circus - Songs From The Show. mtv.com. 
  4. ^ "Bullet Treatment The Mistake (2006) Think Fast! Records". The Mistake review from Punkrock.org. Retrieved 6 May 2011. 
  5. ^ ""The Mistake" Tracklist". Think Fast Records. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 
  6. ^ "Designated Vol. 2". Think Fast Records. Retrieved 27 October 2012. 

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