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Something Fierce (band)

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Genres  Punk rock
Labels  Dirtnap
Record label  Dirtnap Records
Years active  2002–present
Genre  Punk rock
Origin  Houston, Texas, United States
Website  www.somethingfiercemusic.com
Members  Stephen Garcia Niki Sevven Andrew Keith

Something Fierce is a punk rock band from Houston, Texas formed in 2002. To date, they have released three albums, along with several singles and split releases.

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History

The members of the band are Stephen Garcia (guitar/vocals), Niki Sevven (bass, vocals), and Andrew Keith (drums). Garcia was previously in Gun Crazy and Born Liars, while Sevven was previously a member of the Neckbreakers with her father Bic Crater.

They self-released their debut album, Come for the Bastards in June 2006. They followed this with extensive touring and several single releases before releasing second album There are no Answers in 2008, which was picked up and reissued the following year by Dirtnap Records. Mitch Clem provided the artwork for the "Modern Girl" single. They toured nationally with The Cute Lepers.

The band's third album, Don't Be So Cruel, was released in April 2011, and was described by PopMatters, who drew comparisons with The Clash, as "strictly music to break stuff to, or at least pump your fist in the air to...a strong rallying cry". In the opinion of Mark Deming, reviewing the album for Allmusic, the songs displayed "a greater stylistic sophistication" than the first two albums. The Austin Chronicle also identified a Minutemen influence.

In 2012 the band released a split EP with Denton band Occult Detective Club.

Albums

  • Come for the Bastards (2006), Morphius
  • There are no Answers (2008), Something Fierce
  • Don't Be So Cruel (2011), Dirtnap
  • EPs

  • Something Fierce/The Hangouts split EP (2007), Manic Attack!!!
  • Something Fierce/Occult Detective Club split EP (2012), Dirtnap
  • Singles

  • "Modern Girl" (2008), Bitchin' Riffage!
  • "Where Ya Goin Man?" (2010), Action Town
  • References

    Something Fierce (band) Wikipedia


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