The Cutthroats 9

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The Cutthroats 9
Origin California, USA
Genres Punk rock
Years active 2000
Labels Man's Ruin Records
Associated acts Unsane
Members Chris Spencer
Mark Laramie
Billy Ropple
Dave Curran
Will Carroll

The Cutthroats 9 was a band formed by Chris Spencer of Unsane when he moved to California after Unsane went on hiatus in 2000. Their first single "You Should Be Dead"/"Can't Do a Thing" was released on Man's Ruin Records with Spencer on guitar/vocals, Mark Laramie (or Laramee) on bass and Billy Ropple on drums. Their first album was called The Cutthroats 9 and also came out on Man's Ruin. The lineup for this recording featured Spencer on guitar/vocals, Unsane bassist Dave Curran, plus Mark Laramie and Will Carroll on guitar and drums respectively. They followed it up with a six song EP that came out on Reptilian Records with Chris (guitar), Mark (bass) and Will (drums).

The band's name is a reworking of the title for the obscure 1972 cult Spanish western-horror film directed by Joaquin Romero Marchent, Cut-Throats Nine.

Band members[edit]

  • Guitar/Vocals - Chris Spencer
  • Bass - Dave Curran
  • Guitar - Mark Laramie
  • Drums - Will Carroll

Discography (incomplete)[edit]

  • You Should Be Dead (Reptilian Records) - single, 1999
  • The Cutthroats 9 (Man's Ruin Records) - full-length album, 2000
  • Anger Management (Reptilian Records) - EP, 2001