The Suicide File

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The Suicide File
Origin Boston, Massachusetts
Genres Hardcore punk
Years active 2001–2003
Labels Indecision Records
Deathwish Inc.
Associated acts Death by Stereo
Give Up the Ghost
The Hope Conspiracy
Adamantium
Holy Fever
When Tigers Fight
Clouds
Panic
Bars
Pure Love
Members Dave Weinberg
Neeraj Kane
Jarrod Alexander
Jason Correia
Jimmy Carroll
Michael Chung

The Suicide File was a short-lived American hardcore band from Boston, Massachusetts that formed in April 2001. The band wrote songs with a mostly political message, although many songs also dealt with social and personal problems. Most of the band's output was released on the Southern California based hardcore label Indecision Records. The band reunited in June 2006 to embark on their first European Tour. Members of the bands are or have been affiliated with The Hope Conspiracy, Death By Stereo, When Tigers Fight, Adamantium, Give Up the Ghost/American Nightmare, Clouds, Panic and many more. Most of these are bands with whom Alexander has drummed for short periods of time. Dave Weinberg was also known for his frequent collaborations and duets with Julie Ecker and James "Boom Boom" Auclair (cf. unpublished correspondence with the artists). Despite their short tenure, The Suicide File continues to be very revered within the hardcore punk community for their musical output and lasting impression on the flourishing Boston hardcore scene. The band since 2006 has played a small number of successfully sized reunion sets.

Members[edit]

  • Dave Weinberg - vocals
  • Neeraj Kane - guitar
  • Jarrod Alexander - drums
  • Jason Correia - guitar
  • John Carpenter - bass
  • Jimmy Carroll - guitar on Things Fall Apart 7"
  • Michael Chung - Guest Producer

Discography[edit]

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EPs / Singles[edit]

Demos[edit]

  • "The Suicide File" demo tape (Self Released, 2001)

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