Vex Red

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Vex Red
Origin Aldershot, England
Genres Industrial rock, industrial metal, alternative rock, electronic rock
Labels Virgin Records, I Am
Associated acts Septembre, Scenes
Members Terry Abbott
Keith Lambert
Ant Forbes
Nick Goulding
Dave Neale
Past members Ben Calvert

Vex Red are a band from Aldershot, England who merged hard rock with electronica.[citation needed] They were signed to US Producer Ross Robinson's Virgin Records Imprint record label, I Am, after sending a demo EP to Robinson. They litigated their way off the label in late 2002, and singer Terry Abbott formed a new band Septembre. Some of the remaining members went on to form another new band, Scenes. Ben Calvert has also played with Killing Joke and more recently, Malpractice – which also contains Mark Chapman, (an ex-member of A) and Adam F. Ben Calvert is now the drummer for Calvin Harris. Guitarists Ant Forbes and Nick Goulding both Tour Manage bands. Bassist Keith Lambert played a brief stint with Martin Grech and now works in computers.

In July of 2016, they announced on their Instagram that Dave Neale (ex-member of Rooster and Death In Vegas) would be joining as their new drummer.




  • "Itch" (2001)
  • "Can't Smile" (2002) – UK #45[1]


  • Vex Red (1998)
  • Sleep Does Nothing for You (1999)

Non-Album Songs[edit]

  • Between Venom and Vision
  • Can't Smile (Demo)
  • Consider
  • Vow (Live only)


  1. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 585. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 

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