Coerce (band)

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Coerce
Origin

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Genres Post-hardcore
Labels Capitalgames
Members Mike Deslandes
Matthew Adey
Karl Roberts
Justin Bond

Coerce is a post-hardcore band originally from Adelaide, South Australia and now reside in Melbourne, Victoria. In 2009 Coerce released their debut album Silver Tongued Life Licker[1] and were a Triple J Next Crop artist.[2] The band released a split album with Robotosaurus in 2010. Their second album, Ethereal Surrogate Saviour, that was nominated for a 2011 ARIA Award for Best Hard Rock/Heavy Metal Album.[3]

Band members[edit]

  • Mike Deslandes
  • Matthew Adey
  • Karl Roberts
  • Justin Bond

Discography[edit]

  • EP (2008)
  • Silver Tongued Life Licker (2009) - Capital Games Records
  • Split (2010) (split album with Robotosaurus) - Capital Games Records
  • Ethereal Surrogate Saviour (2011) - Capital Games Records
  • Genome (2012) - Capital Games Records

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moore, Lincoln (28 January 2010), "Love affair with music goes the distance", The Advertiser 
  2. ^ Crawford, Jeff (13 January 2010), "`Love or hate us, don't ignore us'", East Torrens Messenger 
  3. ^ "And the ARIA nominees are ...", The Daily Mercury, 14 October 2011 

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