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Five Knuckle were a Hardcore band with skacore elements from Bristol (UK) that spilt up in June 2005. They were signed to Household Name Records; they released two full albums, one EP and a split with Big D and the Kids Table.

On the 18th June 2005, Five Knuckle played their last gig in their home town - Bristol.

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  • Avatar for chickrocksteady
    ah fuck yeh. lost for words is great, balance is ok. the split with big d is also really good
  • Avatar for Yaaatoob
    I remember going to an all-day gig at the old Army & Navy in Chelmsford because my mates band -ism were headlining - most of the bands were complete crap, but one band called Five Knuckle fucking blew me away with their awesome guitars and powerful vocals. I bought their All Ages EP from one of the guys after their set and to this day nearly a decade later it remains one of my most played CD's. Never knew they released other albums, i'll have to hunt them down.
  • Avatar for chickrocksteady
    oh, i found a video of dan talking about being vegetarian in amongst the five knuckle mp3s and stuff in my music. its the most boring thing ever. in contrast the video of all ages live in there is ssssssuper
  • Avatar for chickrocksteady
    my only friend
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    god is my friend
  • Avatar for jellian
    I still love this band, the vocals are always immense! FEEL THE FORCE. Was an honour to share the stage with them.
  • Avatar for zen-archist
    Ah fond memories of the old 5 knuckle, This band were really dedicated, i saw these guys like 20 times or something much more than any other band i ever seen because they used to play so much around kent, and i dont think even one of the times when i saw them play was ever not good :) good ol days!
  • Avatar for chickrocksteady
    pretty sure the five knuckle big d split was cd only. and they certainly didnt have one with the chinkeeees
  • Avatar for ldexterldesign
    Seminal band in my life. I still remember the first time I heard 'All Ages'. I was sitting in my common room at 17yrs old with my minidisc. From that point on I really started to LISTEN to music. It's so ironic it has a track called 'Open Mind' on that EP.
  • Avatar for lintskaman
    Minus Society, New tracks from 'Black Suit Professions' E.P. on line now, come have a listen if you like your skacore!!! cheers.

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