1) FAMILY MAN is a hardcore punk band from Berlin/Germany.
It was founded in December 2005 in order to revive a more archaic, original style of hardcore punk. With the main trend in hardcore then being “play fast or die”, FAMILY MAN set out to bring a certain heavy rock feel back into the music, as bands like Black Flag and Poison Idea have done before.
The lineup consists of Henry Crudos (vox), Machine (git), Johnny Santos (dr), and Harry Bavarry (bass).
More infos, downloads, and the chance to purchase their records and merchandizing are available on their official website at www.family-man.org.
There is also a myspace profile of the band at www.myspace.com/fmhardcore
After an initial tour in the UK in 2006, FAMILY MAN have continued to play several gigs and (up to now) one major tour in Germany, Poland, Czech Republic and The Netherlands.
Through 2007 they have recorded their first, self-titled full-length album. The recordings were engineered and mixed by themselves, and the album was released on LP vinyl in early 2008 with the help of DIY labels Behind The Scenes (Germany), Violent Change (UK), Under Siege (France) and Prügelprinz (Germany).
2) Family Man was a short lived project fronted by Tim Singer of Deadguy and Kiss It Goodbye fame. Family Man also contained other former Kiss It Goodbye members Thomas Rusnack and Andrew Gormley (Playing Enemy). A demo was recorded of which two songs were officially released to the internet: ‘All Stick and No Carrot’ and ‘Violent Yards’. Shortly after, the band appears to have fizzled out.
Edited by theredbrigade on 13 Mar 2012, 09:39
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