Tragedy

Tragedy
Tragedy
Pays d’origine Memphis, États-Unis
Genre musical Hardcore / Crustcore
Années d'activité 2000 - 2007
Labels Tragedy Records, Skuld Releases

Membres Todd Burdette
Yannick Lorrain
Billy Davis
Paul Burdette

Tragedy est un groupe de punk hardcore, crust punk originaire de Memphis, dans le Tennessee, ils résident actuellement à Portland, dans l’Oregon. Le groupe s’est formé en 2000 et né des cendres des groupes His Hero Is Gone et Deathtreat.

Sommaire

Members

  • Todd Burdette : guitare, chants. Également dans Deathreat, Severed Head of State et Warcry, jouait dans Copout, His Hero is Gone et Call The Police
  • Yannick Lorrain : guitare. Jouait dans His Hero is Gone et Union of Uranus
  • Billy Davis : basse, chants. Également dans Deathreat, jouait dans Copout et From Ashes Rise
  • Paul Burdette : batterie. Également dans Deathreat et Criminal Damage, jouait dans His Hero is Gone et Call The Police

Discographie

Albums

EP

Citations

  • "…And they won't have to burn the books when no one reads them anyway." — The Point of No Return, Tragedy LP (2000)
  • "You can run, you can hide, but never close your eyes!" — Revengeance, Vengeance LP (2002)
  • "NO TRUCE. NO MERCY. NO SURRENDER. NO REST. NO MORE. THIS IS WAR." — Call To Arms, Vengeance LP (2002)

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  • Tragedy — «Tragedy» Сингл Bee Gees из альбома Spirits Having Flown Выпущен Январь 1979 Записан март – октябрь 1978 Жанр Поп рок/диско …   Википедия

  • Tragedy — Trag e*dy, n.; pl. {Tragedies}. [OE. tragedie, OF. tragedie, F. trag[ e]die, L. tragoedia, Gr. ?, fr. ? a tragic poet and singer, originally, a goat singer; ? a goat (perhaps akin to ? to gnaw, nibble, eat, and E. trout) + ? to sing; from the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tragedy — (n.) late 14c., play or other serious literary work with an unhappy ending, from O.Fr. tragedie (14c.), from L. tragedia a tragedy, from Gk. tragodia a dramatic poem or play in formal language and having an unhappy resolution, apparently lit.… …   Etymology dictionary

  • tragedy — was originally a term for a kind of drama which involves the downfall of the principal character or characters, brought about by significant events which are often the actions of the protagonists themselves. It has been developed in use to refer… …   Modern English usage

  • tragedy — [traj′ə dē] n. pl. tragedies [ME tragedie < MFr < L tragoedia < Gr tragōidia, tragedy, lit., the song of the goat < tragos, goat ( < IE * treg , to gnaw < base * ter , to rub, grind > THROW) + ōidē, song (see ODE): so named ? …   English World dictionary

  • Tragedy — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Hardcore Punk, Crust Gründung 2000 Gründungsmitglieder …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • tragedy — ► NOUN (pl. tragedies) 1) an event causing great suffering, destruction, and distress. 2) a serious play with an unhappy ending, especially one concerning the downfall of the main character. ORIGIN Greek trag idia, apparently from tragos goat… …   English terms dictionary

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