The Wrath
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The Wrath

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"Rockstock '08 review"

"The wraths underground fans came out to intimate skank pits and an energy that could not easily be replicated as in WOW what the fu*k just happend? I would especially like to thank these guys for coming out and giving there all. There cover of The misfits song We are 138 was phenomenal. Thanks again guys, HUMmedia Heart YoU!!" - HUMedia


Outbreak...(demo '04)
Severe the ties.... (EP '04)
Rise Up.... (EP '05)
Tales of a Deadly Nightshade... (LP '07)



Forming in the dying summer of 2003, The Wrath was spawned in a bid to invoke a brand of music to truly call their own.

Staggering out from the neon glow of the Gold Coast Australia, The Wrath burst onto the the scene in December 2003 with their first frantic live show. The continuation of their energetic and powerful performances has seen the 5 piece gain a strong following. The band has become renowned for their frenzied stage presence and original, anthemic song writing ability.

Having endured line up changes, in recent times The Wrath has evolved into a force not to be reckoned with... and this rock ride from hell has no brakes! Fronted by Tommy Creeper's darkwave vocals laced with vintage croon, countered by the searing guitars of oliverxbones and Evan "Maggot" Youth, grounded by the thunderous rhythms of Spectre Deano(bass) and Toddy Suicide(drums), The Wrath continue to leave legions of fans in their wake. A vast array of different personel influences among the members has ensured the bands unique and dynamic sound.

In their quest for delivering heavy music that defies labels, The Wrath have carved their own niche in the music sub-culture world that has seen them gain respect from bands and audiences alike. Sharing the stage and tearing up venues with likes of The Misfits, The Meteors, Tiger Army, Nekromantix, Good Riddance, No Use For A Name, Lagwagon, Pulley and I Killed the Prom Queen just to name a few. 2007 also saw The Wrath earn a spot on the Gold Coast Big Day Out bill along side Tool, Muse, My Chemical Romance, and many more plus the completion of the most extensive national tour undertaken by The Wrath to date.

The summer of '07 has delivered the highly anticipated debut album "Tales of a Deadly Nightshade", produced by Alex Markwell(bodyjar,vanlustbader) and mastered by Leon Zervos(INXS,Midnight Oil). The release has seen The Wrath undertake and complete several national tours, the latest being Scarlet Cities '08....
The writing has now begun for a follow up release in the near future....