The Irish Front was an American deathcore band from Avondale, Arizona, USA. Formed April 11th, 2006. The band was influenced by an array of acts including As Blood Runs Black, Suicide Silence, These Arms Are Snakes and The Blood Brothers. Shortly after forming in high school, the guys immediately strived to take a different approach to music then what was currently being made and to always have fun doing it. Their strange and outrageous personalities are a perfect compliment to their insane and adverse style of music and lyrics, not to mention they definitely don't resemble the looks of your typical metal band. After touring back and forth across the country they dropped their debut album "Universe" on S.O.A.R/Ferret Records (Recorded with Larry Elyea & Cory Spotts, mastered by Alan Douches).
"If you are looking for something fresh, you found it. The Irish Front's latest release not only has perfectly executed face splattering grind, but beautiful ambient master-pieces, spicy salsa with female jazz vocalists, gangster beats with a hood ass rapper, and not to mention one of the members actually shits his pants on the record, and much much more adventurous takes on musicianship! Once again, this is a breath of tasty fresh air in music, one that you have to experience for yourself!"
The band's first ever tour was a week long advancement with Carnifex within California and Arizona. The Irish Front split in 2010.
The final lineup of The Irish Front was:
• Cameron Martin - vocals
• David Lee Crow - vocals
• Josh Ellis - bass
• Alex Huizar - guitar
• Brian Lopez - drums
Previous members before this final lineup is difficult to recollect. As far as what's concerned, the band have only had their bass position changed throughout the time when they were a band. As stated from the band in an interview: "Our bass spot is kinda cursed, while everyone else is original members, we have had around 9 bassists."
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