Mark McCoy

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Mark McCoy
Born (1975-06-06) June 6, 1975 (age 42)
Illinois, United States
Origin DeKalb, Illinois, United States
Genres punk rock, black metal, powerviolence, straight edge
Occupation(s) Musician, visual artist
Instruments Guitar, vocals
Years active 1994-present
Labels Youth Attack!, Coalition, Painkiller, Clean Plate, Three One G, Teardrop, Lengua Armada Discos
Associated acts Charles Bronson, Das Oath, Holy Molar, Suburbanite, Arts, Ancestors, Absolute Power, Haxan
Website Markmccoyart.com

Mark McCoy (born June 6, 1975) is a vocalist for several punk rock, black metal, powerviolence and experimental bands, some of which include Charles Bronson, Das Oath, Holy Molar, and most recently Failures. He also recorded a spoken-word comedy Split 7" with Mark Telfian. He currently plays guitar in Suburbanite and Veins, and vocals in Failures.

McCoy was born in Waukegan, Illinois and moved to DeKalb, Illinois in 1993 to attend art school at Northern Illinois University. He is a visual artist with a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) from New York City's School of Visual Arts and has published three books of artwork Wound, When I Die Bury Me In The Clothes of My Youth, and Cathexis. He currently resides in and bases his record label, Youth Attack! out of Brooklyn, New York.

Powerviolence band Spazz have a song titled "Hardcore Before Mark McCoy Was Emo Semen".

Partial discography[edit]

  • Charles Bronson— Demo Tape – self-released – 1994
  • Charles Bronson— All That And a Bag o Dicks Comp. 7" – 1995 – Disgruntled Records
  • Double Dose Of Dicks 2x7" Comp. – 199? – Disgruntled Records
  • Charles Bronson— Self Titled (Diet Rootbeer) 7" - 1995 - Six Weeks Records
  • Speed Freaks 7" Comp. – 1995 – Knot Music
  • Charles Bronson / Spazz Split 7" – 1995 – 625, Evil Noise and Disgruntled Records
  • Charles Bronson / Unanswered Split 7" – 1995 – Trackstar Records
  • Vida Life 7" COMP. – 1996 – Lengua Armada
  • No Royalties 12" Comp. – 1996 – Bad People Records
  • Cry Now, Cry Later Vol. 4 2x7" Comp. – 1996 – Pessimiser/Theologian
  • Another Probe 7" With A Girl On The Cover Comp. 7" – 1996 – Probe
  • Charles Bronson / Ice Nine Split 7" – 1996 – Bovine Records
  • El Guapo 12" Comp. – 1996 – Same Day Records
  • Charles Bronson / Quill Split 7" – 1996 – Nat Records (Japan)
  • Possessed To Skate LP Comp. – 1996 – 625 and Pessimiser Records
  • Deadly Encounters 7" Comp. – 1997 – Agitate 96 and Kill Music Records
  • Bleeeeaaauurgh A Music War Comp.7" – 1997 – Slap A Ham Records
  • Charles Bronson Youth Attack! LP – 1997 – Lengua Armada[1]
  • Reality 3 12" Comp. – 1997 – Deep Six Records
  • Tomorrow Will Be Worse 4x7" Comp. – 1997 – Sound Pollution Records
  • Mandatory Marathon 7" Comp. – 1997 – Amendment Records
  • Complete "Discocrappy" 2xCD – 2000 – Youth Attack Records
  • Hurt Your Feelings Comp. CD – 2001 – Six Weeks Records
  • Chicago's On Fire Again 7" Comp. – 2001 – Lengua Armada
  • Skeletal Festival 7" – 2003 – Mike Sutfin (unofficial)
  • Charles Bronson/ Straightedge Kegger Split 7" — 2008 — (unofficial)
  • Mark McCoy/Mark Telfian Split 7" (Gloom Records)
  • Holy Molar - Live at the San Diego Metropolitan Correctional Center - 2001 - ThreeOneG Records
  • Das Oath— Korperkultur 10" (2001) - Coalition Records
  • Das Oath— Deaf Ears CD (2002) - Coalition Records
  • The Oath/Total Fury Split EP (2002) - Youth Attack Records (as The Oath)
  • The Oath/Total Fury Live Split EP (2002) — (unofficial)
  • Das Oath— Uber Alles Collection CD (2003) - Gloom Records/Youth Attack/Coalition Records
  • The Oath self-titled EP (2000) - Youth Attack/Coalition/Gloom Records (as The Oath)
  • Das Oath self-titled LP (2004) - Dim Mak Records
  • Haxan self-titled EP (2005) Youth Attack
  • Arts self-titled demo tape (2005) Youth Attack
  • Das Oath self-titled mini LP (2006) - Dim Mak Records
  • Das Oath self-titled 11" (2006) - ThreeOneG Records
  • Das Oath/Ampere Split LP+CD 2006 - (Self-released)
  • Failures self-titled LP (2008) - Youth Attack/Clean Plate
  • Failures self-titled EP (2009) - Painkiller
  • Ancestors-I (2008) - Youth Attack
  • Ancestors-II (2009) - Youth Attack/Tour De Garde
  • Hallow - Hallow (2009) LP - Youth Attack
  • Veins CS/EP (2010) - S/T - Youth Attack
  • Devil's Dung self-titled tape (2010)
  • Arts "Vault of Heaven" LP (2010) - Youth Attack
  • Suburbanite EP (2011) - Youth Attack[2]
  • Ancestors-III LP (2012) - Youth Attack[3]
  • Arts- Thousand Wounds of War LP (2012) - Youth Attack[4]
  • Failures "Decline and Fall" LP (2014) - Youth Attack[5]
  • Ancestors "In Death" EP (2014) - Youth Attack[6]
  • Blood Lust Compilation 3 x CS (Suburbanite) (2014) - Blackout Rage Records[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Charles Bronson - Youth Attack! (Vinyl, LP, Album)". Discogs.com. 2015-04-20. Retrieved 2015-07-01. 
  2. ^ "Youth Attack". Ihateyouthattack.com. Retrieved 2015-07-01. 
  3. ^ "Youth Attack". Ihateyouthattack.com. Retrieved 2015-07-01. 
  4. ^ "Youth Attack". Ihateyouthattack.com. Retrieved 2015-07-01. 
  5. ^ "Youth Attack". Ihateyouthattack.com. Retrieved 2015-07-01. 
  6. ^ "Youth Attack". Ihateyouthattack.com. Retrieved 2015-07-01. 
  7. ^ "Various - Blood Lust Compilation (Cassette)". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-07-01. 

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