New Mexican Disaster Squad
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|New Mexican Disaster Squad|
|Origin||Orlando, Florida, United States|
|Labels||A-F Records, Breaker Breaker Records, No Idea, Jade Tree Records|
|Associated acts||Gatorface, Virgins, No Friends, Debt Neglector|
Brian Wayne Etherington |
New Mexican Disaster Squad was a hardcore punk band. It was formed in Orlando, Florida in 1999. Their last show was at the Fest 7 on November 1, 2008 though the band did reunite to play Radfest in North Carolina, May 2010.
They released four full-length albums, the last, Don't Believe (2006), on Jade Tree Records.
On December 28, 2008, a posting on the band's MySpace page announced that Goldfarb, Minino, and Johnson had joined with Tony Foresta, the vocalist from Municipal Waste, to form a band called No Friends.
Eight years later, Goldfarb, along with Chris Pfister, Chris Kretzer, & Zach Anderson formed a new Orlando Punk-pop Band, Debt Neglector. In August of 2018, they released their first album on SmartPunk records, Atomicland.
- Brian Wayne Etherington – Guitar, hat
- Sam Johnson – Vocals, guitar
- Richard Minino – Drums
- Alex Goldfarb – Bass guitar, vocals
- Weapons and Equipment of Counter Terrorism 7" (1999)
- New Mexican Disaster Squad/Destination: Daybreak Split CD (2000) (Breaker Breaker Records)
- Abrasive Repulsive Disorder CD (2002) (Breaker Breaker Records)
- New Mexican Disaster Squad CD (2003) (A-F Records)
- New Mexican Disaster Squad / Western Addiction Split LP/CD (2004) (No Idea Records)
- Don't Believe CD (2006) (Jade Tree Records)
- Don't Believe LP (2006) (No Idea Records)
- Peace With Nothing EP Digital Download (2007) (Jade Tree Records)
- Peace With Nothing EP 7" USA (2007) (Kiss Of Death Records)
- Peace With Nothing EP 7" Europe (2007) (Rat Patrol Records)
- Band MySpace page. Retrieved January 8, 2009.
- "We’ve got NO FRIENDS!" Blog posting (blacklisted URL), dated December 28, 2008, accessible from NMDS MySpace page. Retrieved January 8, 2009.
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