New Mexican Disaster Squad

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New Mexican Disaster Squad
Origin Orlando, Florida, United States
Genres Hardcore punk
Years active 1999–2008
Labels A-F Records, Breaker Breaker Records, No Idea, Jade Tree Records
Associated acts Gatorface, Virgins, No Friends, Debt Neglector
Website MySpace page
Members Brian Wayne Etherington
Sam Johnson
Richard Minino
Alex Goldfarb

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.

The band's MySpace page describes their sound as "harken[ing] back to the glory days of American hardcore with equal influences from the east and west coasts".[1]

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.[2]

Eight years later, Goldfarb, along with Chris Pfister, Chris Kretzer, & Zach Anderson formed a new Orlando Punk-pop Band, Debt Neglector[3]. In August of 2018, they released their first album on SmartPunk records, Atomicland[4].




  1. ^ Band MySpace page. Retrieved January 8, 2009.
  2. ^ "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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