Treephort

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Treephort is an American punk rock band from Marietta, Georgia.

An article by the Associated Press (AP) brought the band international attention in 2004 for their stage antics while on tour.[1]

Before this attention, Treephort toured the U.S. intensively, even playing most of the 2003 Vans Warped Tour.

Treephort disbanded in late 2004.

Treephort reunited with various former members for one show, January 29, 2005, and again for a week long tour in the Summer of 2007.

Treephort vocalist, songwriter, and founder, Lee Satterfield owns and operates Swayze's Venue and Swayze's Comics in Marietta, Georgia.

In February 2009 Satterfield reunited Treephort with former drummer Sonny Harding. According to Treephort's official Myspace page, the band has reformed and is currently playing shows and is releasing a new album in May 2009. A handful of songs off the new album are posted on the band's Myspace (www.myspace.com/treephort). The band's official website (www.treephort.com) is back up, however the site seems to be under construction as there is not much information (and only links to other sites) currently. The last week of December, 2011, Treephort went on a short tour accompanied by Bamboo Forest.

Discography[edit]

  • Demo - (1998) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield and Treephort
  • Return to Galapogos - (1998) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield and Treephort
  • The Bunny Chronicles - (1999) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield and Treephort
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - (2000) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield and Treephort
  • Touched by an Uncle - (2001) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield and Treephort
  • ...and the Streets will Run Red with the Blood of the Non-Believers - (2001) Asbestos Records - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • Kill 'em All - (2002) Asbestos Records - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • Buy this Album or the Terrorists Win - (2003) Brand Name Records - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • Use Your Illusion III - (2003) Asbestos Records - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • Enchanted Forest - (2004) Springman Records - produced by London May
  • Nightmare Pizza - a.k.a. Kyle Knight and Lee Satterfield - (2004) self released - produced by Kyle Knight and Lee Satterfield
  • Lee Satterfield EP - (2004) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • Lazer Attack - Refracting Rays of Destruction - (2005) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • Lazer Attack - Horseshoes and Handgrenades - (2006) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • Pink Tie - Straight Guy - (2009) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • Dolphin Wizard Laser Vomit - (2010) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield
  • PG Allin - (2012) self released - produced by Lee Satterfield

Enchanted Forest[edit]

Enchanted forest was the 2004 full length release by Georgia punk band Treephort. Released July 27, 2004 by Springman Records.[2]

Track listing[edit]

  1. Enchanted Forest Theme
  2. The Only Artist You'll Ever be is a Sandwich Artist
  3. Take Your Credit Cards and Burn Them
  4. Jesus Would Play This Show for Free
  5. Adult Themes
  6. It Takes Talent to Scream into a Microphone
  7. The Lawsuit About to Happen
  8. Teenage Girl Photography Phase
  9. Tape on Mouth
  10. Constant Craving
  11. Nice to Meet You

Personnel[edit]

  • Obersturmfuhrer Lee Elizabeth von Satterfield: Vocals, Guitar
  • Joe Klein: Guitar, Vocals
  • Oscar Velez: Bass, Vocals
  • Sonny Harding: Drums
  • Kirk Stroud: Trombone, Keyboards, Percussion, Guitar, Vocals
  • Kyle Knight: Vocals, Keyboard, Mascot[3][4]
  • Brian Thompson: Bass
  • James Abercrombie - Synthesizers, Drum Machines
  • George Orton: Vocals
  • Matt Butler: Bass
  • Joey Roberton: Drums
  • Bradley Belvin: Tenor Saxophone, Vocals
  • Dan Aston: Vocals
  • Alex Dorminy: Drums
  • Matt Reeves: Trumpet
  • Matt Hughes: Trumpet

Independent reviews[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fiery thong act leaves club owner cold". chronicle.augusta.com. October 2004. Retrieved 2010-02-22. 
  2. ^ [1][dead link]
  3. ^ The Emotron
  4. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLK6U6fDNGw