The SmashUp

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The SmashUp
Origin New York City, New York, USA
Genres Post-hardcore, punk rock
Years active 2001–present
Labels Warcon Enterprises, Eulogy, Glasstone Records
Members Sean Cuthbert
Vin Alfieri
Joshua Brain Jaffe
Bret D'Louhy

The Smashup are a post-hardcore / punk rock band from Brooklyn, New York. They formed in 2001. They are currently signed to Warcon Records.

They released their self-titled debut EP in 2004 and their first studio album "Being and Becoming" in 2005, featuring songs such as "Never Going To Kill Us", "No Name", and "Effigy."[1][2][3][4] The song "Effigy" was featured on the Saw III soundtrack and the song "Never Going to Kill Us" on the Feast soundtrack.

In 2010 the band signed with Eulogy Recordings and released their second album through the label in March of that year.[5]

The band signed to Glasstone Records for the UK release of their album The Sea and the Serpents Beneath.

Line up[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • Sean Cuthbert - Vocals
  • Vin Alfieri - Guitar/Vocals
  • Vinny G - Guitar
  • Joshua Brain Jaffe - Bass
  • Bret D'Louhy- Drums

Previous Members[edit]

  • Watt White - Vocals
  • Rich Liegey - Bass
  • Ant Cee - Drums

Tour information[edit]

In 2006, they toured alongside Megadeth, Lamb of God and others as a second stage act in Dave Mustaine's Gigantour 2006. They also toured during Vans Warped Tour and the 2006 Taste of Chaos tour.[6]


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