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Battalion of Saints

About Battalion of Saints

If there has ever been a little band that could, it's Battalion of Saints. Back in the '80s, BOS played some of the most raucous Punk to come out of the L.A. Hardcore scene, full of roughed-up, cutthroat guitars and "you-make-me-so-sick-I'm-gonna-puke" vocals. They lived even faster than their music, and by mid-decade, nearly all of the original members had dropped out of the band or kicked the bucket, leaving lead singing stalwart George Anthony as the last man standing. After a nearly ten year hiatus, George reformed the band with no perceptible change to the band's fast and furious Old-School Punk sound.

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Battalion of Saints

If there has ever been a little band that could, it's Battalion of Saints. Back in the '80s, BOS played some of the most raucous Punk to come out of the L.A. Hardcore scene, full of roughed-up, cutthroat guitars and "you-make-me-so-sick-I'm-gonna-puke" vocals. They lived even faster than their music, and by mid-decade, nearly all of the original members had dropped out of the band or kicked the bucket, leaving lead singing stalwart George Anthony as the last man standing. After a nearly ten year hiatus, George reformed the band with no perceptible change to the band's fast and furious Old-School Punk sound.

About Battalion of Saints

If there has ever been a little band that could, it's Battalion of Saints. Back in the '80s, BOS played some of the most raucous Punk to come out of the L.A. Hardcore scene, full of roughed-up, cutthroat guitars and "you-make-me-so-sick-I'm-gonna-puke" vocals. They lived even faster than their music, and by mid-decade, nearly all of the original members had dropped out of the band or kicked the bucket, leaving lead singing stalwart George Anthony as the last man standing. After a nearly ten year hiatus, George reformed the band with no perceptible change to the band's fast and furious Old-School Punk sound.

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About Battalion of Saints

If there has ever been a little band that could, it's Battalion of Saints. Back in the '80s, BOS played some of the most raucous Punk to come out of the L.A. Hardcore scene, full of roughed-up, cutthroat guitars and "you-make-me-so-sick-I'm-gonna-puke" vocals. They lived even faster than their music, and by mid-decade, nearly all of the original members had dropped out of the band or kicked the bucket, leaving lead singing stalwart George Anthony as the last man standing. After a nearly ten year hiatus, George reformed the band with no perceptible change to the band's fast and furious Old-School Punk sound.

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