Reactionary is an album by the band Face to Face, released in 2000. This was their last release with second guitarist Chad Yaro, who left the band in 2001 but would rejoin seven years later. All songs by Keith/Shiflett except where noted. "Disappointed" – 2:48 "Out of Focus" – 3:32 "What's in a Name" – 3:05 "You Could've Had Everything" – 2:15 "Hollow" – 3:23 "Think for Yourself" – 2:43 "Just Like You Said" – 3:06 "Solitaire" – 3:05 "Best Defense" – 3:47 "Icons" – 3:18 "Shame on Me" – 3:13 "Estranged" – 2:52 "Nullification" "Talk Talk" Trever Keith – guitar, producer Chad Yaro – guitar, background vocals Scott Shiflett – bass, background vocals, producer Pete Parada – drums Chad Blinman – producer, mixing Dale Lawton – assistant engineer Ramon Breton – mastering Chapman Baehler – photography Scott Ritcher – design Album – Billboard
Chris Rest is an American guitarist best known for his work with the bands Rich Kids on LSD and Lagwagon. He was Rich Kids on LSD's only constant member, having participated in every tour. Chris Rest was a founding member of hardcore punk band Rich Kids on LSD when they formed in 1982, he remained the only consistent throughout the band's entire career. Through their influential career spanning three decades RKL released four full-length studio albums and one live album. RKL went on hiatus in 1995. In 1996 Rest formed a band called The Other with drummer Boz Rivera; this group produced one self-titled album released in 1997 on Honest Don's Records, a subsidiary label set up by Fat Wreck Chords to release material by bands that didn't fit within the roster at Fat. That same year Rest played guitar on Buck Wild's album Beat Me Silly. In 1997 Rest replaced guitarist Ken Stringfellow as a member of Lagwagon. Rest has appeared on all subsequent Lagwagon releases. Rest contributed his guitar on Mad Caddies 2001 release Rock the Plank, Hotbox's 2001 release Lickety Split.
In 2002 Rest reformed RKL with original members Jason Bomer Manzullo. The line-up fluctuated over the next few years and new material was being written and recorded, however the death of lead singer Sears in 2006 ended any plans of a release. Chris Rest is a member of the San Francisco-based group King City. Rest contributed guitar to The Real McKenzies's 2008 release Off the Leash and played guitar for the group District of Columbias in 2009. In 2008 he recorded a guitar solo for the song "Stroudsburg" for the band I Know the Struggle. Rest joined No Use for a Name in 2008 replacing Dave Nassie and remained a member until their final show following the death of lead singer Tony Sly in 2012. Official website Chris Rest Guitar Instruction on Facebook Chris Rest at AllMusic
Face to Face (1996 Face to Face album)
Face to Face is the 1996 self-titled third studio album by the California punk band Face to Face. All songs written except where noted. "Resignation" - 3:48 "Walk the Walk" - 3:35 "Blind" - 2:43 "Ordinary" - 2:48 "I Won't Lie Down" - 3:17 "Can't Change the World" - 2:13 "Handout" - 3:37 "Everything's Your Fault" - 2:49 "Take It Back" - 2:59 "Complicated" - 4:02 "Put You in Your Place" - 3:42 "Falling" - 3:01 Trever Keith – vocals, guitar Chad Yaro – guitar, vocals Scott Shiflett – bass, vocals Rob Kurth – drums, vocals The track "I Won't Lie Down" was covered by Christian rock band Spoken on their album Echoes of the Spirit Still Dwell, Israeli punk band Man Alive on their 2007 EP Access Denied! A remixed version of "I Won't Lie Down" was a part of the soundtrack for the movie Mortal Kombat: Annihilation. "Blind" was covered by American punk rock band Rise Against on the album Long Forgotten Songs: B-Sides & Covers 2000–2013
Anthony James Sly was an American singer and guitarist, best known as the front man of the punk rock band No Use for a Name. In his years he gained attention for his acoustic solo work, with two acoustic split albums he released with Lagwagon front man Joey Cape and two solo albums. Tony Sly attended Homestead High School in California. Tony Sly joined No Use for a Name as lead guitarist in 1987, he took on vocal duties full-time in 1989 when previous vocalist Chris Dodge left the band. Their first album Incognito was released in 1990 on the label New Red Archives and featured a heavy but melodic hardcore punk sound; the band's second album Don't Miss the Train was released in 1992 and featured a much more melodic hardcore sound. The band's third album ¡Leche con Carne!, released in 1995, was their debut on the Fat Wreck Chords label, though they released an EP titled The Daily Grind on the label in 1993. The album marked a change of musical style going from hardcore punk more into punk rock and skate punk.
In 1993, guitarist Robin Pfefer replaced Chris Dodge and took the position of the lead guitarist, allowing Tony Sly to focus on singing and playing rhythm guitar instead. In 2004, Tony Sly, along with Lagwagon front man Joey Cape released a split acoustic album. Acoustic was released on May 18, 2004, through Fat Wreck Chords and featured 12 tracks: acoustic renditions of No Use for a Name and Lagwagon songs performed by each respective member, along with two new exclusive tracks, one by each member. On July 10, 2007, No Use for a Name released a best of compilation, titled All the Best Songs; the compilation marked the band's 20th anniversary together and included 24 released remastered singles, plus two unreleased songs. Sly went on his first solo acoustic tour in March 2009. On February 16, 2010, 12 Song Program, Tony Sly's first album as a solo acoustic artist was released through Fat Wreck Chords. On February 6, 2010, Sly started his solo tour in support of the album with a few North American dates, where he was joined by former No Use for a Name bandmate Chris Shiflett.
On February 17, 2010, Sly started his first solo European tour, where he toured alongside Lagwagon's Joey Cape and Drag the River's Jon Snodgrass, until March 10, 2010. Tony Sly spent the rest of the spring touring in support of NOFX and Teenage Bottlerocket on their co-headline tour joining Joey Cape on a short Australian tour in the summer. Sly was due to record the next No Use for a Name album for a spring 2011 release, it would have been the first new album from the band since 2008's The Feel Good Record of the Year. These plans were pushed back. In December 2010, Sly announced that he was in the studio recording songs for a Japanese split EP. On December 29, 2010, he commented that the Japanese split EP songs came out well, that he was gathering material for a new full-length solo album. In January 2011, Sly finished writing for his next solo album, he entered the studio that month to start recording. He described the album's sound as being "sad". By February 2011, Sly had recorded 17 songs for his album and decided to take a break from the studio to play some solo acoustic shows and road-test some new songs.
In March 2011, Sly announced. Between April 7–18, 2011 and May 31 – June 6, he played two short Canadian tours in support of his second solo album. In June 2011, The mixing process for his second solo album, titled Sad Bear, had begun. On September 28, 2011, Sly released "Devonshire and Crown", the first single from Sad Bear, for free streaming through Alternative Press, AbsolutePunk and the official Fat Wreck Chords website. Sad Bear was released on October 2011, through Fat Wreck Chords. Sly's final solo show took place in Gainesville, Florida on July 29, 2012, his last show with No Use for a Name took place at the D-Tox Rockfest in Montebello, Quebec on June 15, 2012. On July 31, 2012, Sly died of back surgery complications in his sleep, at age 41. On September 8, 2012, when the surviving members of No Use for a Name played a show in Quebec City, Quebec in honor of Sly, bassist Matt Riddle confirmed that the band was splitting up. In November 2013, Fat Wreck Chords released The Songs of Tony Sly: A Tribute, a tribute album featuring artists doing their own takes on Tony Sly and No Use for a Name songs.
Artists on this album include NOFX, The Bouncing Souls, Joey Cape, Strung Out, Alkaline Trio, Simple Plan, Gaslight Anthem, Teenage Bottlerocket, Mad Caddies, Rise Against, The Flatliners, Bad Religion, Pennywise. Multiple bands and artists have released songs honoring Sly as a close friend and inspiration including NOFX, Lagwagon and Useless ID-frontman Yotam Ben-Horim who like Sly writes acoustic solo albums. Additionally Sly's vocals are posthumously featured on the album version of the musical Home Street Home, written by Fat Mike. Solo2004 – Acoustic 2010 – Tony Sly / Joey Cape Split 7" 2010 – 12 Song Program 2011 – Sad Bear 2012 – Acoustic: Volume Two Scorpios2011 – Scorpios
Don't Miss the Train
Don't Miss the Train is the second full-length album released by punk band No Use for a Name. It was re-released on Fat Wreck Chords on October 2001 with different artwork. "Born Addicted" – 2:40 "Thorn in My Side" – 2:18 "Looney Toon" – 1:50 "TollBridge" – 2:39 "Hole" – 1:56 "Another Step" – 2:18 "Don't Miss the Train" – 2:55 "Watching" – 3:04 "Punk Points" – 1:56 "Tan in a Can" – 2:00 "Death Doesn't Care" – 3:21 "Get Out of This Town" – 1:55 Tony Sly – vocals, guitar Chris Dodge – guitar Steve Papoutsis – bass Rory Koff – drums
Trever Keith is an American musician and record label owner from Victorville, CA. He is the founding member of the So-Cal punk group Face to Face and has been the singer and guitarist of the band since their inception in 1991. Keith is the owner and founder of the independent record labels Lady Luck Records, Antagonist Records and Folsom Records. Outside of his work with Face to Face, Keith was a part of the remix and mash-up duo The Legion of Doom and alternative rock group Viva Death. Additionally, in February 2008 he released. After graduating high school in 1987, Keith formed a metal band with friends Matt Riddle, Matthew Altmire, Rick Altmire; the band was named Victoria Manor. The band recorded a three-song demo. After several years the band members parted ways and Keith and Riddle formed a new band called Zero Tolerance with drummer Rob Kurth and guitarist Mark Haake. Zero Tolerance drew upon Keith's new wave influences but like Victoria Manor last just a short period of time. After Zero Tolerance disbanded in early 1991, Keith formed Face to Face with bassist Matt Riddle and drummer Rob Kurth.
Cited as a seminal California punk group, Face to Face has released nine full-length albums in their nearly 25-year history. In 2004 Face to Face disbanded to allow the band members the opportunity to focus on other projects. During this time, the band released a CD/DVD compilation, Shoot the Moon, on Keith's label, Antagonist Records; the DVD features a career retrospective documentary'Punk Rock Eats Its Own - A Film About Face to Face' along with the band's final performance from their'Only Goodbye Tour' at the House Of Blues in Los Angeles, CA on September 19, 2004. On January 29, 2008, Keith announced via Face to Face's official website that the band had reunited, for a number of shows in the US. On April 5, 2008, the band performed together for the first time in four years at The Bamboozle Left festival in Orange County, CA. Since the band has continued to perform numerous live shows since and has recorded 3 more records. In 1999 Keith produced the album Blindside by the band Peel fronted by former Ridel High singer Kevin Ridel.
After face to face's initial break up in 2004, Keith retreated out of the limelight to focus on several music projects including, his debut solo record, his record label Antagonist Records, formed the remix / mash-up duo The Legion of Doom with creative partner Chad Blinman. Keith contributed to the Once Percent Panic album as member of the band Viva Death along with face to face bassist Scott Shiflett. Keith was a guest vocalist on "People Like You Are Why People Like Me Exist" by Say Anything. In February 2008, Keith released his debut solo album Melancholics Anonymous on his own label Antagonist Records; the album was released digitally via his official website, where it was available to purchase for the price of $5, available to stream in full for free. The CD version was limited to 1000 hand-signed & numbered copies, available only during his solo tour in 2008 and Warped Tour 2010. Keith has recorded and produced several records, most notably for Vagrant Records bands No Motiv and Moneen.
Keith has produced records for Viva Death, Death On Wednesday, Jughead's Revenge and Seconds To Go
Pulley is a Californian punk rock band formed in 1994. The band is known for hard-edged melodic punk rock; the band was formed upon vocalist Scott Radinsky's departure from Ten Foot Pole, brought about by that band's desire for a singer with a full-time focus on music. Pulley's initial lineup included Strung Out drummer Jordan Burns, guitarist Jim Cherry, guitarist Mike Harder, former Face to Face bassist Matt Riddle. Pulley's debut album, Esteem Driven Engine, was released in 1996 by Epitaph Records. Riddle joined No Use for a Name full-time and was replaced by Tyler Rebbe. Follow-ups included 60 Cycle Hum, @!*, Together Again for the First Time, Matters. On July 30, 2008, Pulley announced a follow up EP to Matters, entitled Time-Insensitive Material, released on March 24, 2009 on the band's own label, X-Members. In December 2010, Pulley announced plans to enter the studio in January 2011 to record a new album with producer Matt Hyde. At that time, there was no word on what label would release the album or if it would be self-released by the band like the Time-Insensitive Material EP.
On January 2, 2011, the band announced on their Facebook, recording would begin on January 14. We got the song structures worked out so now we just have to play them over and over again, they say practice makes perfect." On April 4, 2011, Pulley announced via their Facebook page that they would be releasing a new EP, The Long And The Short Of It, on June 28, 2011. On September 28, 2016, El Hefe owned record label Cyber Tracks announced that they had signed Pulley, released their first studio album in 12 years, No Change in the Weather, on November 18; the release of this album marked the band's 20th anniversary. Current members Scott Radinsky – lead vocals Mike Harder – guitar Jim Blowers – guitar Tyler Rebbe – bass guitar Chris Dalley– drumsFormer members Jim Cherry – guitar Matt Riddle – bass guitar Jordan Burns – drums Tony Palermo – drums Metal Bob- drums Timeline Esteem Driven Engine 60 Cycle Hum @#!* Together Again for the First Time Matters No Change in the Weather Time-Insensitive Material The Long And The Short Of It The Slackers/Pulley Split Official Website Interview with Jim Blowers Cyber Tracks Official Website