The Applicators

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The Applicators
Origin Austin, Texas, United States
Genres pop punk
Years active 1999–present
Labels King Fing'r, Hairball 8
Website http://www.myspace.com/theapplicators

The Applicators are an American pop punk band. Their music is influenced by classic punk bands such as The Misfits and The Cramps, as well as Motörhead. They formed in January 1999 in Austin, Texas with an all-female lineup: lead vocalist Sabrina, Erica on guitar, Rachel on bass and Kristina on drums.[1][2] The Applicators have toured nationally with Teen Idols, Fear, and Bad Religion. Bad Religion guitarist Greg Hetson produced their debut album after seeing one of their gigs in Texas while on tour.[3] Terri Lord joined on drums in 2006, making the band a 5 piece.[4]

Discography[edit]

Albums:

  • What's Your Excuse (2001)
  • I Know The Truth (2005)
  • My Weapon (2006)

Singles:

  • Applicators EP (2004) (EP)

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