Virus Nine

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Virus Nine was a Punk Rock band from Medford, Oregon, established in 1996 and called it quits in 2012 after playing their final show in memory of Josh "J-Train" Guillory (Founding member and lifelong friend of vocalist Mike Estes)

Members[edit]

- V9 is finito.

Former members[edit]

  • Guitar: Josh Guillory (deceased)
  • Vocals: Mike Estes
  • Drums: Ryan Dingee
  • Bass: Tim Capehart
  • Guitar: Daniel Peel
  • Guitar: Daniel Benne
  • Guitar: Mike Bertrand
  • Guitar: Silas Shand
  • Guitar: Jamal Hassan
  • Guitar: Will Kliesch
  • Bass: Tim Russell
  • Bass: Caleb Guillory
  • Bass: Danny Cantwell
  • Bass: Cory Harn
  • Drums: Aaron Benson
  • Drums: Josh Wurtz (deceased)

Discography[edit]

  • The Welfare Society (1996 Cassette) Demo
  • 51' at Enewetak (1998 7" Vinyl) Mental Records
  • Bomb Threat '77 (1999 CD) Demo
  • What Are You Afraid Of? (2002 CD) A-F Records[1][2]
  • Blastin' Away (2003 CD) A-F Records (Produced by Duane Peters)[3]
  • Virus Nine / Hudson Falcons Split (2007 7" Vinyl) City Rat Records (German Import)
  • We're Here To Wreck Everything (2007 - Never released)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gordon, Rev. Keith A. "Review - What Are You Afraid Of?". allmusic guide. Retrieved 2009-08-10. 
  2. ^ Ferraz, Rob (April 2002). "Virus Nine What Are You Afraid Of?". Exclaim.ca. Retrieved 2009-08-10. 
  3. ^ Merrill, Shawn (December 2003). "Virus Nine Blastin’ Away". Exclaim.ca. Retrieved 2009-08-10. 

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