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Alexisonfire performing on their 2012 farewell tour
Alexisonfire performing on their 2012 farewell tour
Background information
OriginSt. Catharines, Ontario, Canada
Years active
  • 2001–2012
  • 2015–present
Associated acts
Past members
  • Jesse Ingelevics

Alexisonfire (pronounced "Alexis on fire") is a five-piece Canadian post-hardcore band that formed in St. Catharines, Ontario[1] in 2001. They describe their music as "the sound of two Catholic high-school girls in mid-knife-fight" (a reference to their song "A Dagger Through the Heart of St. Angeles", also the inspiration for their debut album cover art).[2] When the band emerged in late 2001, it was enough to impress critics[2] as well as earning their self-titled debut album a platinum certification in Canada.[3] The band has released three subsequent successful studio albums since then: Watch Out! in 2004, Crisis in 2006, and Old Crows/Young Cardinals in 2009, each achieving platinum certification in their native country. Plus three special edition live albums from Manchester Academy, Birmingham Academy, and Brixton Academy.[4][5] Their accolades include a 2005 Juno Award for New Group of the Year.

In August 2011, vocalist George Pettit posted a message to fans on the band's official website stating that, following the departure of two members, that they would issue several special releases and complete a farewell tour before parting ways.[6]

On March 9, 2015, the band announced a reunion tour, their first since their farewell tour in 2012, including dates at Reading and Leeds festivals, Sonic Boom, Heavy Montréal, X-Fest and Riot Fest. On September 19, 2015, at Riot Fest in Toronto, the band announced their official reunion, although in a post on their official Facebook page afterwards, the band clarified that despite the fact they were "as good friends as they had ever been", there were "no immediate plans" for the future.

The band was the headline act for the 2017 UNIFY gathering in Australia and later announced a small tour across Australia and New Zealand with The Dirty Nil which took place in January 2017.


Alexisonfire (2001–2003)[edit]

Alexisonfire was formed in late 2001 in the aftermath of a three-band break up. Pettit was playing guitar in a metal band called Condemning Salem, Green was a lead singer and guitar player in Helicon Blue, and MacNeil and Steele played in a punk band called Plan 9. These bands broke up at more or less the same time, and Pettit, Steele, MacNeil and Green all still had the drive to play and succeed.[7] They recruited drummer Jesse Ingelevics, and formed Alexisonfire.[8] The band's name was derived from Alexis Fire,[8] the world's only lactating contortionist stripper.[9] This caused problems when she discovered that they were using her website name as their band name, and she threatened to sue the band for copyright infringement.[10] However, it was discovered that the moniker was not registered, and no further action took place.[8] The band released its first EP, Math Sheet Demos in 2002, so named because the CD was wrapped in former drummer Jesse Ingelevics' math homework.[10] The group caught its first break when they caught the attention of recording engineer Greg Below and Montreal journalist Mitch Joel. The pair were setting up a record label called Distort Entertainment at the time, and coincidentally they were looking for artists. Below was working with EMI at the same time and he used this to record the band at the company's in-house studio and land them a co-publishing and distribution deal.[8]

On October 31, 2002, Alexisonfire was released, the cover art featuring two Catholic school girls engaged in a knife fight,[8] which was also the band's description of their music.[2] Although there was a distribution deal with EMI, the album's success was mostly attributed to word-of-mouth. The band proceeded to tour support their album, crossing Canada twice, and began stepping into the United States and European scenes, playing with Billy Talent, GWAR, Juliana Theory, Godsmack, and Glassjaw.[8] In October 2005, Alexisonfire was certified gold in Canada, marking over 50,000 sales.[3] On January 14, 2014 a remastered version of the album, this time by Dine Alone Records, was released.

Original lineup playing at L3 Niteclub in St. Catharines, January 2004.

Watch Out! (2004–2005)[edit]

Alexisonfire had attracted considerable attention from major record labels, due to the success of their self-titled debut. However, when they started considering making a second album, the band felt that, for artistic reasons, they should remain independent, as it would give them better chances of developing and deciding their direction.[citation needed] They would remain with Distort Entertainment, and instead of using a famous producer, they recorded the album with Julius Butty at his studio near Hamilton, Ontario.[8]

Watch Out! was released on June 29, 2004, and was immediately successful. It debuted at No. 6 on the Nielsen Soundscan Top 200, and received gold certification in Canada in twelve weeks.[2] The good critical reception came from the fact that the band was more focused from the eighteen months of touring, helping them harness more aggression, release more emotion, and fine-tune all the tracks. This lay in comparison to their debut album, which was mostly first drafts.[8]

On June 14, 2005 Alexisonfire posted a statement on their website revealing that founding drummer Jesse Ingelevics was leaving the band. The statement explained that the band and Ingelevics had slowly grown apart, and that he wanted to spend more time with his family and his fiancée.

While touring in support of the album with Johnny Truant and The Blood Roses in Glasgow, Scotland in October 2005, each member of all three bands had the word "Yeti" tattooed on themselves. On an episode of the MuchMusic program The New Music, Pettit and Green revealed that the inspiration for their "Yeti" tattoos came from the 1988 Gary Oldman film The Firm.

Crisis (2006–2007)[edit]

Alexisonfire performing in 2007.

On August 22, 2006 the band released their third studio album, Crisis,[11] which AllMusic considers their best to date.[12] The album was marked with a CD release party, where the band performed on a boat in London, England. They also completed three live special edition albums while in England from Manchester Academy, Birmingham Academy, and Brixton Academy Distributed after each show. In support of the album, the band toured across most of Canada with Every Time I Die, Cancer Bats and Attack in Black; the latter was signed to the band's independent label Distort Entertainment. Immediately following that was an American tour with Moneen, Cancer Bats, and A Change of Pace.[11] At this stage they were one of the most popular bands in Canada.[13]

In an interview, vocalist George Pettit stated that he is unaware of the direction that the band will head in for their next album, but that "The next record, I think, is us pretty much wanting to put the knife in screamo. I don't want to be the band that saves it, I want to be the band that kills it."[citation needed]

Though they were usually on tour with Anti-Flag, Norma Jean was their replacement for a short while, however Anti-Flag returned, alongside the bands Saosin, and The Bled. On their UK tour in November 2007, the band was supported by Saosin and The Ghost of a Thousand[14]

Old Crows / Young Cardinals and Dog's Blood (2008–2010)[edit]

Alexisonfire revealed the title to their new album at a show in Hamilton, Ontario on December 20, 2008. The album, due for release in 2009, was called Young Cardinals at that point in time.[15] The band discussed the musical direction of the new album in an article[16]

Alexisonfire began recording Old Crows / Young Cardinals (with slightly altered title) on February 1, 2009[17] and by March 1, 2009 the recording process was near completion; Only leads, overdubs, and vocals were left before mixing and mastering.[18] As of March 11, 2009 the studio blog confirmed 2 track titles: "Midnight Regulations" and"Emerald St."[18] On March 31, 2009 it was confirmed that Alexisonfire signed to Dine Alone Records.[19] The band was confirmed to play Warped Tour 2009.[20] During the Warped Tour, the band did signings for the non-profit organization Music Saves Lives where they met with fans who gained special access to the band by donating blood.

On April 20, 2009, Alexisonfire released their first song "Young Cardinals" from their forthcoming album for radio airplay, though the official single was not released until May 12, 2009. The music video premiered on MuchOnDemand on May 15, 2009. It was further announced that the album would be released on June 23, 2009.[21] On September 22, 2009, at the XM Verge Music Awards, Dallas Green announced that Alexisonfire will be releasing an EP titled Dog's Blood in the Fall of 2010.[22] During the Autumn of 2009 the band embarked on the Eastpak Antidote Tour in Europe along with Anti-Flag, Four Year Strong and The Ghost of a Thousand, and in October it was announced that they would be supporting Billy Talent on their Billy Talent III Tour in Canada in March 2010, along with Against Me!.

On February 16, 2010, the band was set to play a free all-ages show at the 2010 Winter Olympics venue Live City Yaletown, though the band was forced to cancel their show 10 seconds into the first song after the rush of the audience broke a barricade and people were trampled. 19 concert-goers suffered injuries including broken bones. Alexisonfire would return to Vancouver later that year on November 27 in the PNE forum.[23] On September 28, 2010, the band released a collection of songs available exclusively through iTunes as a digital download. The album, entitled iTunes Originals, contains previously recorded material from throughout the group's discography, versions of some of their previously released songs performed slightly differently and interviews with the band. On November 2, 2010, the band's previously announced experimental EP Dog's Blood was released worldwide and then on November 22, 2010, a digital version of their Aussie Tour 7" was released on iTunes. It contains two cover songs, originally by Midnight Oil and The Saints.

Canceled fifth studio album, breakup and farewell tour (2011–2012)[edit]

Alexisonfire performing in Vancouver on their 2012 farewell tour.

Dallas Green informed the rest of the band of his intention to leave Alexisonfire in 2010. Green agreed not to announce his departure until the rest of the band decided on their future plans.[24] On February 14, 2011, on their official Twitter page, Alexisonfire announced they had been writing new music for their fifth studio album, describing it as "so heavy it's going to make Dog's Blood look like a ska record".[25] However, on August 5, 2011, Alexisonfire announced their intent to break up. In the statement, George Pettit cited Dallas Green's departure from the band to focus solely on City and Colour, Wade MacNeil's departure to join another band, later revealed to be as the new vocalist for Gallows, and other personal issues among the remaining members as reasons for breaking up. Pettit also described the break up as not being "amicable".[26] Alexisonfire had planned on celebrating their tenth anniversary with one last headlining Canadian tour and "a series of releases",[27] although Green had initially expressed reluctance to take part in any further shows with the band at the time.[24]

For Record Store Day 2012, Alexisonfire and Dine Alone re-issued Math Sheet Demos, which featured demo recordings of songs prepared in the pre-production of their self-titled debut album.[28]

In July 2012, Green stated he had been in contact with other ex-Alexisonfire members, and that he and MacNeil had been "starting to talk about doing some final [Alexisonfire] shows, because when we did play our last show nobody knew it was our last show."[29] In December 2012–15 months after the band's breakup announcement—Alexisonfire embarked on their international, farewell tour with stops in Canada, UK, Australia and Brazil, originally announced to be a nine-date tour.[30] Due to demand, the tour was later extended to 15 dates.[30][31] In December an EP entitled Death Letter was released, featuring new interpretations of songs spanning the band's previous four albums.[32]

Post-hiatus and reunion (2015–present)[edit]

Alexisonfire live at Rock am Ring 2018

On December 25, 2013, the band released a vinyl boxset containing all the four albums as well as EPs, LPs, B-sides etc. limited to 1000 copies. It sold out in just 30 minutes. In April 2014, the band stated on their official Facebook page their intentions to release another box set, this time it was not limited and is "slightly smaller than the original press and it's a bit cheaper". The set was released in August 2014. On March 6, 2015, Alexisonfire shared a photo on Instagram of the heart skull logo with the text "03/09/15" promoting an announcement on that date. On March 9, 2015, following the previously shared post on social media the band appear to have confirmed themselves for several reunion shows, including Heavy MONTRÉAL, Reading and Leeds festivals, Sonic Boom, X-Fest, Riot Fest Toronto and the band's only American date, Riot Fest Chicago.

On September 19, 2015, during the band's last date of the tour at the Riot Fest in Toronto, Ontario, MacNeil announced on stage that the band was officially back.[33] However, the band later clarified this statement, reaffirming they had "no immediate plans" regarding new music or tours together.[34] On February 12, 2016, the band released Live at Copps, a live album that was recorded during their performance on December 30, 2012, at the Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario, the band's last date of their 2012 farewell tour (and supposed last date ever before the 2015 reunion). The album was released for digital download through iTunes, as well as a special 4 vinyl set, and as a Blu-ray video.[35][36]

On June 22, 2016, the band were announced as the main headliner for UNIFY Gathering 2017 in Victoria, Australia,[37] and later announced a small tour with The Dirty Nil across Australia and New Zealand in January 2017. On February 22, 2017 the band were announced as a headliner for Montebello Rockfest which takes place from June 22–25, 2017 in Montebello, QC, Canada. On February 27, 2017, the band made a surprise appearance during the Toronto stop of Billy Talent's Afraid of Heights Tour. Right after Billy Talent finished their main set, Alexisonfire came in to play This Could Be Anywhere in the World, Boiled Frogs and Young Cardinals. After that, Billy Talent came back on stage to play their encore and finish the night. The next morning, 4 back to back shows were announced in Toronto at the Danforth Music Hall. The concerts were planned to July 2017 but due to "unforeseen circumstances" they were rescheduled to December 2017.[38] On July 13, 2018, Avenged Sevenfold canceled their appearance to the Festival d'ete de Quebec and Alexisonfire was announced as replacement to play at the Plains of Abraham.

On February 1, 2019, the band posted a black image on their Facebook page. Later in the day, the band posted a teaser video featuring a building with a green neon light spelling out the words "Familiar Drugs." Later, on February 12, 2019, the band posted 3 illusive black pictures on their Instagram page. Fans soon figured out that by changing the brightness and contrast on these black pictures, it revealed the numbers 2,15 and 19.[39] On February 15, 2019, the band released a new song called "Familiar Drugs". It marked their first new material in nearly nine years.[40]

On April 16, 2019, the band released the music video for "Familiar Drugs," which was shot completely on VHS and cellphones.[41]

On May 24, 2019 the band released yet another standalone single called "Complicit".[42]

The band released a new single, "Season of the Flood", on January 13, 2020.[43]

The band went out on a short tour in 2019, playing shows in London, New York City, Los Angeles and Toronto as well as a show at Ottawa Bluesfest.[44] This was followed by 2020 performances in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver and Seattle.[45]

During the events of the COVID-19 pandemic, the band had announced that they would be hosting a special one-time-only watch party on YouTube, showing a filmed performance of the final show on their farewell tour in December 2012 in Hamilton, Canada. Starting before the livestream was the premiere of their music video for their song, "Season of the Flood", which is made up of footage shot exclusively by AOF concertgoers in Winnipeg, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver during the tour in January.[46]

In an interview from June 2021, Dallas Green stated that the band was "trying to get all these new songs together for the first time in like ten years" implying more new music was in the works.[47]

Side projects[edit]

City and Colour[edit]

City and Colour is Dallas Green's highly-successful folk rock project, under which he has released two EPs (Missing and The Death of Me); as well as six studio albums (Sometimes, Bring Me Your Love, Little Hell, The Hurry and the Harm, If I Should Go Before You, and A Pill for Loneliness) and three live albums (Live, Europe 2011 and Guide Me Back Home). All of the project's release have been through the label Dine Alone Records. The Alexisonfire song, "Where No One Knows", was originally (in part) a song by Green, where lyrics from the song featured on the track "Sam Malone". Similarly, Green is said to have written "Side Walk When She Walks" as City and Colour before it was recorded by Alexisonfire. The name derives from Dallas Green's name; Dallas being a city, and Green being a colour. With this project, he has recorded collaborations with The Tragically Hip's Gordon Downie, Attack in Black and Pink. It has also won Dallas three Juno Awards: one for New Artist of the Year in 2007, and two for Songwriter of the Year in 2009 and 2012.

Black Lungs[edit]

Black Lungs is a band formed by Wade MacNeil. Originally its members were George Pettit, Jordan "Ratbeard" Hastings and Sean McNab of the band the Creepshow and the now dissolved band Jersey. After playing a few shows the band dissolved leaving only Wade MacNeil, after which it essentially became MacNeil's solo project. Sammi Bogdanski, Wade's ex-girlfriend's sister, contributed piano to his debut album Send Flowers, which was released on May 20, 2008 by Dine Alone Records.

In early 2008, Wade announced he would be touring with Cancer Bats and A Textbook Tragedy. The Black Lungs live band for this tour was made up of Liam from Cancer Bats on drums, George from Alexisonfire on bass, and Haris from Moneen on keyboard. The tour took place in eastern Canada, focusing mostly on Ontario and Quebec with a few stops in PEI, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.

Afterwards, Black Lungs also toured across Canada with Cancer Bats and Johnny Truant. Pat Pengelly, formerly of Bedouin Soundclash, replaced Liam on drums.

Black Lungs is currently composed of Wade on Guitar/Vocals, Phil Waring on Bass, George Clark on Drums and Scott Savarie on Guitar.

After The Hallowed Moment[edit]

Prior to the formation of Alexisonfire, both Wade MacNeil and Chris Steele, performed in this band. When MacNeil formed Alexisonfire with Green and Ingelevics, the natural choice for bassist was Steele.

There are no known recordings of this band.

Bergenfield Four[edit]

George Pettit played a show on September 1, 2006 in a band with members of Attack in Black, Keep It Up and Fucked Up. Named after the suicides in Bergenfield, New Jersey. The quartet released a 7" on LowDown Records.

Damian Abraham - Vocals (F***ed Up)
George Pettit - Guitars (Alexisonfire)
Chris O'Toole - Bass (Keep It Up)
Ian Kehoe - Drums (Attack In Black/Keep It Up)

Condemning Salem[edit]

Frontman George Pettit was recruited for Alexisonfire after Wade MacNeil spotted him playing bass for Condemning Salem. Not much is known about this band and there are no known recordings.


Drummer Jordan Hastings played in a hardcore punk band Cunter with friends from Moneen. The band was formed in early 2009, with the original name Hunter, in Brampton, Ontario.[48] Cunter was played on Toronto's Edge on Punk-O-Rama a day after Young Cardinals played for the first time on the same station.

Dead Tired[edit]

Vocalist George Pettit is the lead vocalist in Dead Tired. The Band has released one LP in 2015 and two EP's in the following years.[49]

Doom’s Children[edit]

On May 21, 2021, Wade MacNeil presented his debut project, Doom’s Children with his first single, “Flower Moon” on May 23, 2021.


Following the demise of Lambs Become Lions, Jesse Ingelevics, Justin Jennings and Rob Paulin went in a very different direction and formed Doppelgängers; a hardcore band.

The band appear to have only performed 1 live show, and released a 2-track digital demo/EP "Shadow Lake & Thrash".

Justin Jennings - Guitar
Rob Paulin - Bass
Jesse Ingelevics - Drums
Ryan Holdsworth
Chris McKirdy


Drummer Jordan Hastings was a member of Jersey prior to joining AOF. He recorded one album with them, "Generation Genocide", which was released on Virgin Records. The band split in 2005, but have performed reunion shows in 2011 and 2014.

Greg Taylor - Guitar/Vocals
Johnny Lubera - Bass
Sean McNab - Guitar/Vocals
Jordan Hastings - Drums

Lambs Become Lions[edit]

After a lengthy break from music, original drummer Jesse Ingelevics returned with Lambs Become Lions. The band released 2 EP's, "Cicada" and "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, Can't Lose".

Plan 9[edit]

Guitarist/Vocalist Wade MacNeil and Bassist Chris Steele first performed together in a band called Plan9, prior to the formation of Alexisonfire. The group released one EP "Small Town Kids".

Say Yes[edit]

Say Yes was a 3-piece rock band formed by Jordan Hastings. The group released a self-titled EP, and one album "Real Life Trash Mag" on Dine Alone Records.

Adam Michael - Guitar/Vocals
Michael Zane - Bass/Vocals
Jordan Hastings - Drums/Vocals


Original Alexisonfire drummer Jesse Ingelevics was a member of WAMCO; a Blue Jays-inspired band. The group was formed in 2016, but split in 2019. It's believed an EP was recorded, but it was never released.

Karl - Guitar
Jedi - Vocals
Jesse Ingelevics - Drums
Jordan - Bass

Wharf Rats[edit]

Whilst on the Warped Tour, four friends wrote and recorded 2 tracks, which would be released on No Sleep Records years later, as a ltd edition 7".

P.O.S - Vocals
Wade MacNeil - Guitar (Alexisonfire)
Chris #2 - Bass (Anti-Flag)
Chachi Darin - Drums (the A.K.A's)

You + Me[edit]

You+Me is a collaboration between Dallas Green and Pink. The duo released one album, "Roseave", in 2014 and are working on a second as of 2021.[50]

Musical style and legacy[edit]

The band's music has been described as post-hardcore,[51] emo,[52] melodic hardcore,[53][54] and screamo.[55][56] In 2004, then-drummer Jesse Ingelevics described their sound as "Mogwai meets Sunny Day Real Estate."[57] They all originally bonded over the myriad of punk rock styles that their hometown scene was filled with including moshcore, screamo, youth crew, crust punk and emo.[57] Their music is unique for its use of three main vocalists: one clean (Green), one unclean (Pettit) and one serving as a combination of the two (MacNeil).[57] However, their 2009 album Old Crows / Young Cardinals saw the band implement a more prominent use of clean vocals, with Pettit also providing clean vocals.[58] Some songs on their self-titled album also made use of spoken word vocals.[59]

Liam Cormier, lead vocalist of fellow Canadian band Cancer Bats, stated "everyone will always remember Alexisonfire and Billy Talent as the two bands that brought heavy music to the forefront and broke that scene wide open in this country."[60] The band has also been well-regarded for their live performances throughout the years. Ex-frontman of Grade, Kyle Bishop, credited them for this in an interview with The Grid TO. "Previous to them, Canadian content was pretty lame, palatable stuff," he said. "Then you had Alexis come in, George shredding his larynx and smashing his face against the wall. They destroyed everything. And a lot of people gravitated to that, and I've never seen that happen in Canada before. They opened up the door for a lot of bands to be appreciated, and brought a whole new group of people into punk rock."[60] In an article for Exclaim!, Ian Gormely praised the band for "opening doors for like-minded artists steeped in Southern Ontario's potent punk and metal scenes," and as having an "enduring influence in Canadian rock, and aggressive music in general".[57]

They have been cited as an influence by bands including Cancer Bats, Silverstein, Four Year Strong and 36 Crazyfists.[61] Revolver Magazine additionally cited them as influencing the majority of the mid-2000s post-hardcore scene.[62]

Band members[edit]


Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Event Won Nominated
2004 Canadian Independent Music Awards Best Video ("Pulmonary Archery")
CASBY Awards NXNE Favourite Indie Band
MuchMusic Video Awards VideoFACT ("Counterparts and Number Them") Best Independent Video ("Counterparts and Number Them")
2005 Juno Awards New Group of the Year
MuchMusic Video Awards Best Independent Video ("Accidents")
Peoples' Choice Award – Favourite Canadian Group, MuchLOUD Best Rock Video ("Accidents") Band of the Year Band of the Year in the "All-Ages" category
2006 CASBY Awards Favorite New Indie Release (Crisis)
2007 Juno Awards Group of the Year
MuchMusic Video Awards Best Cinematography ("This Could Be Anywhere in the World")
Peoples' Choice Award – Favourite Canadian Group, MuchLOUD Best Rock Video ("This Could Be Anywhere in the World")
2009 XM Verge Awards Artist of the Year, Album of the Year ("Old Crows/Young Cardinals")



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