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Theres 3 bands named Spite:

1)Spite is a hardcore punk band that formed in Kalamazoo, Michigan in the Fall of 1983. These architects of the midwestern hardcore scene, played with other Kalamazoo groups such as Violent Apathy and FAQ.[2] During their brief career they performed with some national acts such as Fang and Born Without a Face. Perhaps their most notable show was with the Butthole Surfers, Naked Raygun, and Eleventh Hour at Western Michigan University in 1985.

Some of Spite’s members went on to perform in other groups, while another made his mark in politics. They were: Scott Boman (Vocals) Former member of the Degenerates, Dan Humiston (Bass) Former member of Passive Aggression and later member Memories of Tomorrow, Greg Fox (Guitar & vocals) who was a former member of Passive Aggression and later member of , Bill (Willie) Axe(Drums & vocals) who was a former member of Passive Aggression and later member of RollingHead and Memories of Tomorrow, and Tommy Fuller (Guitar leads) who was a Former member of the Touch and Go Records artist, Violent Apathy. Their Album, “The Emotion Not The Point” is available on CD Baby.

2) Spite was a british hardcore punk band with members from Chaos UK and Ripcord, amongst others.
Some of the members went on to form Violent Arrest
They released 2 ep’s: Last Orders EP and A Threat To Society EP, both in 1996
members were:
Steve - Vocals
Pete - Guitar
Beckie - Bass
John - Drums

3) Spite is an experimental electronic band from Seattle, Washington.
Austin Roach
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Edited by excii on 10 Jun 2011, 07:20

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Short history of the original 1980’s era Kalamazoo hardcore band.


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