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Fightstar

Fightstar






Hometown: London (UK)

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Fightstar is a four-piece post-hardcore band from London, England. In 2005, frontman Charlie Simpson left the highly successful British guitar trio Busted, citing his marked preference and love for alternative rock-based music over the lighter pop-punk music he had produced with Busted, and his intention to carry on carving out a musical niche, in a different genre, with his band Fightstar.


Reviews

Fightstar They Liked You Better When You Were Dead

Fightstar

They Liked You Better When You Were Dead (2006)

Deep Elm

Anti-Flag, Faith No More, Rise Against to play Reading and Leeds Festival 2009
Many bands have been confirmed for the forthcoming Reading and Leeds festivals. Some of the acts include: A Day To Remember, AFI, Alexisonfire,…
June 17, 2009
More bands confirmed for Download Festival
The Answer, Fightstar, Bring Me the Horizon, Staind, Stone Gods, Static-X and Sevendust have been added to this year's Download Festival line-up. Billy Talent, Bring Me the Horizon, Dir en Grey, Dragonforce, Faith No…
April 09, 2009
Tours: Fightstar / Madina Lake
Fightstar have announced some US tour dates in support of their soon to be released full length. The record is titled The Grand Unification and is due out April 17, 2007. It is the follow-up to They Liked You Better When You Were Dead which was released in 2006 on Deep Elm. Joining the band on the trek will be Madina Lake, who are supporting their new…
April 13, 2007
Tours: Trustkill signs Fightstar
Trustkill has signed England's Fightstar. The group, which includes Charlie Wilson of UK-based pop act Busted, previously released material on Deep Elm, including 2006's They Liked You Better When You Were Dead. The band also raised controversy with their…
February 22, 2007

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