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Blackout Pact

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Hailing from Denver, Colorado, The Blackout Pact formed in early summer of 2003 as a response to most of its members being kicked out of their former bands. Drawing from influences as diverse as Hot Water Music, Small Brown Bike, Alkaline Trio, The Lawrence Arms and Murder City Devils, The Blackout Pact play uncompromising, melodic and gritty rock 'n' roll. The six-piece consists of singer Mike Herrera, drummer Wisam Alshaibi, bassist Billy Jo Bailey, guitarists Joe Ramirez and Ian Johnsen, as well as tour manager and "spiritual advisor" Seth Piracci. In March of 2004, the group moved to New York City with the hopes of signing to a major label. After hard times, the band came upon a chance meeting with Geoff Rickly, frontman of revered post-hardcore quartet Thursday. Rickly was so impressed with their brand of raw, powerful rock music that he offered to produce their debut album. As a result, The Blackout Pact signed with Astromagnetics in October 2004, and their full-length debut Hello Sailor was released in September 2005.


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