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Sacramento, United States (2005 – present)

Trash Talk is an American hardcore punk band from Sacramento, California, formed in 2005. They have toured all around the world including Japan, Australia, Europe, as well as performed in many festivals in support of their releases.

Formed in 2005, Trash Talk began releasing a demo and 7 inch vinyl EP on Sell Our Souls Records. After that they would go on to release a split with Bay Area band Steel Trap on Spiderghost Pressgang. During the 2006 year, they would be later signed to Rumble Records to record their debut album Walking Disease. Trash Talk would later be signed to Malfunction Records (imprint of Jacob Bannon’s Deathwish Inc. label in 2007 for their new EP Plagues; which would later be a compilation with Walking Disease). After extensive touring throughout the world, they would leave Deathwish Inc. to manage their own label named Trash Talk Collective where they would then release all their content through that only in the United States.

In 2008, Trash Talk went to Chicago with Steve Albini to work on their full-length album. 2009 saw the release of their single “East of Eden”, featuring vocals from Keith Morris of Black Flag/Circle Jerks. After the release of “East of Eden” Trash Talk kept a regular tour schedule and would go over seas. In 2010, Trash Talk have set a release date for their second full-length album Eyes & Nines on Trash Talk Collective in America. Eyes & Nines was released on May 18th digitally and June 8th physically.


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  • Considerables

    After 119, I gave up

    7 Apr 12:55pm Reply
  • mechabrat

    who cares if hipster band, listen to what you like, ?

    6 Apr 2:45am Reply
  • BallerCraig

    You're so stupid. Beerland shit... THANKS for Police!!!

    19 Mar 7:58pm Reply
  • amotherscrime

    Brilliant all the way up until the East of Eden EP. Would still go see them though.

    17 Mar 3:59pm Reply
  • GymLeaderBrock

    This band should've stopped after Walking Disease.

    11 Feb 10:22pm Reply
  • jojofasho

    I wish I was a true hxc kid like the rest of you guys :/

    13 Jan 1:33am Reply
  • thrashketchum

    this is a bad band

    13 Dec 2013 Reply
  • lulugila

    urang kudu kumaha ?

    17 Nov 2013 Reply
  • Jamesismynamo

    plagues is so good, i wish they didn't have to drop off the ASIWYFA/Touché Amoré/Envy show a few years back

    16 Nov 2013 Reply
  • hexah


    22 Oct 2013 Reply
  • Considerables

    okay, i'm super-bored with this band.

    11 Sep 2013 Reply
  • MasterSloth

    This band is way over hyped. Early stuff was tight, rest of it is just boring as shit. That being said they are an incredible live act. Just wish their music backed up the energy they have live. Also, fuck Trash Talk fanboys.

    11 Sep 2013 Reply
  • maclynbean

    Any kid that only likes Trash Talk and no other band of the genre sucks. [3]

    11 Sep 2013 Reply
  • disasterhead

    Any kid that only likes Trash Talk and no other band of the genre sucks. (2)

    31 Aug 2013 Reply
  • nickvalenzi

    Any kid that only likes Trash Talk and no other band of the genre sucks.

    24 Aug 2013 Reply
  • StratocasterTB

    Honestly, the only element of Odd Future that could fuck this band up is the shitty part of the fanbase. BUT THE WHOLE FANBASE IS SHITTY RITE HUEHUEHEUEHEUEHEUEHEUEHEUEHEUEH

    18 Aug 2013 Reply
  • wickidwim

    i heard this is tylers new side project omg i totally love it

    7 Aug 2013 Reply
  • EndOfHumanity_

    love this hipsters

    29 Jul 2013 Reply
  • violenceaddicts

    I enjoyed the show. They cut down almost every song by at least a minute or so, which was a shame. They also ended up lighting a joint and passing it around the crowd. Kinda lame, but whatever. The most interesting part of the set was somebody jumping off the stage from a step-ladder. Now I've finally seen this band, I won't need to again.

    23 Jul 2013 Reply
  • R-Dixxon

    Saw them in Manchester. They're alive and kicking.

    14 Jul 2013 Reply
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