|Genre|| Punk Rock |
|Label(s)|| Red Scare Industries|
| Joe Godino |
The Menzingers is a punk rock band from Scranton, Pennsylvania.
The Menzingers formed in the wake of Scranton ska-punk bands "Bob and the Sagets" (featuring Tom May, Joe Godino, Eric Keen, and non-Menzinger member Curtis Ayers) and Kos Mos (featuring Greg Barnett, Adam Mcilwee of Tigers Jaw, and Leo Vergnetti of Captain, We're Sinking!). Their first release was a self-titled demo tape made in 2006, which made its way onto many top ten lists of that year.
Their debut full length, "A Lesson In The Abuse Of Information Technology" (released on Go-Kart Records), was produced by Jesse Cannon. According to Cannon, "I record bands every day and almost all of them are missing something. The Menzingers have it all — the songs, the aggression, the heart, and the passion that most only dream of."
In 2009, the band released a 4-song EP titled "Hold On Dodge" through Red Scare Industries, their first vinyl release (including a 600-run olive edition.) A bonus track for the EP titled "Kentucky Gentleman" is available through iTunes.
Early in 2010, the band did a brief stint with Anti-Flag. April 13th saw the release of their second full length, "Chamberlain Waits," through Red Scare Records. In March and April they also toured in support of Against Me!.
- Joe Godino - Drums
- Greg Barnett - Guitar/Vocals
- Tom May - Guitar|Guitar/Vocals
- Eric Keen - Bass
- A Lesson in the Abuse of Information Technology (2007)
- Chamberlain Waits (2010)
EPs and singles Edit
- Hold on, Dodge! (2009)
- "I Was Born" (2010)
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