Millions (band)

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GenresNoise Rock
Years active2006-present
LabelsSeventh Rule Recordings
Team Abunai
WebsiteOfficial website
MembersScott Flaster
Mark Konwinski
Corey Lyons
Pat O'Shea

Millions is a noise rock band from Chicago, Illinois.

Formed in late 2006,[1] they played their first shows and released their first EP in 2007. The EP, Telephone Game, was released on Team Abunai records.

In 2008, they recorded their first full length, Gather Scatter. It was released on Seventh Rule Recordings in 2009. Following a European tour, the band released a 4 song EP on Brutal Panda Records entitled Panic Program.[2]

In 2012, they announced a second full length, Failure Tactics, to be released on Seventh Rule Recordings.

Millions features former members of Small Brown Bike,[3] Bodyhammer, and New Jersey Joystick. They are perhaps best known for their signature count-off at the beginning of most songs: "One, two, you know what to do...," as can be heard on their first full-length LP.




  • Telephone Game 7" EP - 2007 on Team Abunai
  • Saddle Up and Ride EP - 2008 on Team Abunai
  • Panic Program 7" EP - 2010 on Brutal Panda


  1. ^ "Millions Article: Count to a Million: Chicago's Millions keep screaming punk alive".
  2. ^ "Millions releasing new 7".
  3. ^ "Gather Scatter review on".

External links[edit]

Myspace Site
Official Blog
Gather Scatter review at Allmusic
Millions feature in New City
Millions feature in Decibel Magazine
Gather Scatter review at Lambgoat
Gather Scatter review at
Gather Scatter review in Revolver Magazine