Hexes (band)

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OriginSouthend, London, England
GenresPost-hardcore, hardcore punk, punk metal
Years active2006–2012
LabelsUndergroove Records
Associated actsA, The Lucky Nine, Bloodhound Gang, The Dead Formats, Cancer Bats, Fortunes
WebsiteHexes on Myspace
MembersDaniel P. Carter
Jay David Rowe
Thomas Winch
Jon Poulton

Hexes were a British hardcore punk band. They were led by Daniel P. Carter (also of A and Bloodhound Gang, and presenter of BBC Radio 1's Rock Show).

On 2008's "Eyes Like Knives" EP they covered Death from Above 1979 song "Blood On Our Hands." The band were signed to Undergroove Records. The band are no longer active due to Tom having to stop drumming after sustaining an injury.

They have toured with the likes of Gallows, Finch, CKY, Lostprophets, Kids In Glass Houses, The Used and The Ghost of a Thousand. In 2008 the band played the Radio 1 lock-up stage at the Reading and Leeds Festivals and in 2009 they played the Tuborg stage at Download Festival and later played the Rocksound tent at Guilfest. In August 2010 they will play at the Hevy Music Festival near Folkestone.


Eyes Like Knives[edit]

EP (November 17, 2008)

  1. Eyes Like Knives
  2. Pissholes in the Snow
  3. Blood On Our Hands

White Noise / Black Sound[edit]

Album (March 16, 2009)

  1. Semaphore Kids
  2. Eyes Like Knives
  3. Sirhan Sirhan Sirhan
  4. Curse the Rotten
  5. Carrion Abroad
  6. 'Hey Drama...'
  7. The Score
  8. Kiss the Guns
  9. Lipgloss Ghosts
  10. Hot Ice / Punishment Soirée
  11. The New Immediatists
  12. The Invisible War

Black Lodge Mixes[edit]

EP (August 1, 2011)

  1. Harmonia
  2. Procession
  3. We Can Only Blame Ourselves... (Unfinished)

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