Antioch Arrow was an American screamo band from San Diego, California. They were on the seminal post-hardcore label Gravity Records, responsible for putting San Diego on the map in the mid-90s as one of the centers of the movement.
They embarked on 3 different tours within the United States. The first was a week-long tour of the West Coast in the spring of 1993. The second was a month-long tour of the U.S., spanning late June to Early July 1993. The third and final tour was originally supposed to be for 6 weeks from early June to late July 1994. However, van troubles and inter-band conflict ended the tour in early July with the band canceling many shows across the Northwest. Their last show ever took place in a truck trailer in Boulder, Colorado around July 6, 1994.
- Aaron Montaigne – vocals
- Mac Mann – bass
- Ron Avila (a.k.a. Ron Anarchy, a.k.a. Maxamillion Avila) – drums
- Jeff Winterberg – guitar
- Aaron Richards (a.k.a. Ricards) – guitar (played on Antioch Arrow/Candle EP and The Lady Is A Cat)
- Andy Ward- Guitar (played on In Love With Jetts and Gems of Masochism)
Members went on to form or join: Tarot Bolero, Get Hustle, Final Conflict, Holy Molar, Crash Worship, Burlesque Affair, The Chandeliers, Coptic Light, The Red Tyger Church, Bedtime, Atriarch, DBC and Magick Daggers, amongst others.
- Antioch Arrow/Candle split 7" Gravity Records No. 4.5 (1993)
- The Lady is a Cat Gravity Records No. 4 (1993)
- In Love With Jetts Gravity Records No. 11 (1994)
- Gems of Masochism Amalgamated Recording Corp/Mighty Records (1995) (re-released in 2003 by 31G Records)
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