Static Thought

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Static Thought
OriginOakland, California, U.S.
GenresPunk rock
Years active2000–present
LabelsHellcat Records
WebsiteOfficial website
MembersEric Urbach
Johaan Hill
Aaron Younce
Drew Cueva
Past membersCharlie Vincent
Mike Leon
Travis Davant
Daniel Garcia

Static Thought was an American punk rock band formed in 2000 in Richmond, California, United States, by Travis Davant, Eric Urbach, and Charlie Vincent. Static Thought includes Urbach on guitar and vocals, Johaan Hill on bass and vocals, Aaron Younce on guitar and vocals, and Drew Cueva on drums.[1]

Early years[edit]

Band members met in Middle School. The band wrote and self-released their first EP "Were Dumb" under this line up. After playing a few shows, Vincent left the band in 2003, and was replaced by Mike Leon. During this period of the band, the band released the EP "Outta Control". Soon after, Vincent rejoined the band on rhythm guitar in 2005. Soon after his venture back into band Vincent decided to leave and was later replaced by Garcia later that year.

Signing to Hellcat[edit]

In 2006, Static Thought Signed to Hellcat Records. That Summer they set out on their first tour with Intro5pect (AF Records). Soon after the tour, the band went into the studio and recorded their first full length In The Trenches. Soon after in 2007, Leon left the band and was replaced by Hill. The band continued to tour across the US and Canada. In 2008 The band went into the studio and recorded tracks for a split with Societys Parasites, and their highly acclaimed full length The Motive For Movement. They then headed on extensive touring of Europe, Canada and America. After the extensive touring in 2009, Davant decided to leave the band and was replaced soon after by Drew Cueva.

Later activities[edit]

Heading into the new decade the band has begun to work on new songs for a new Full Length album and more touring. In the summer of 2010 A split with wartortle was released on Swamp Cabbage Records. The band headed to the UK for a 10-day tour including a stop at the Reading and Leeds Festivals.

The band quit in 2012.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "bio". 15 February 2004. Archived from the original on 15 February 2004. Retrieved 24 September 2020.

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