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Hometown: Edmonton, AB (Canada)

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Formed in Edmonton, Alberta in 1982 SNFU is one of Canada's longest running punk bands. While the band's line up is in constant flux the group has been anchored by vocalist Mr. Chi Pig and brother guitarist Brent and Marc ("Muc") Belke. Originally an acronym for Society's No Fucking Use, SNFU was initially comprised Chi Pig, the Belkes, bassist Warren Bidlock and drummer Evan "Tadpole" Jones. Over the years their rhythm section shifted from album to album, with around 17 people at one time or another serving time in the group.

SNFU's first two recorded output hit in 1985 with the BYO records released ...And No One Else Wanted to Play and If You Swear, You'll Catch No Fish. In the years since the band established themselves as a straight-ahead skate punk act with strongly political lyrics through a number of releases.

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SNFU/Urban Aliens/Bombs Over Providence live in Montreal

SNFU/Urban Aliens/Bombs Over Providence

live in Montreal (2005)

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SNFU In The Meantime And In Between Time

SNFU

In The Meantime And In Between Time (2004)

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Pouzza adds Hold Steady, Lillingtons, Flatliners, Night Birds, SNFU
While we've made mention of several individual Pouzza Fest band confirmations in recent articles, a recap is in order as the last announcement was a big one. The annual Montreal, Quebec-based punk festival has added The Hold Steady, a rare appearance by The…
February 06, 2014
Cock Sparrer, Descendents, NOFX confirmed for Punk Rock Bowling 2014
Punk Rock Bowling have announced the first group of bands that will perform at the festival in 2014. They are as follows: Cock Sparrer, Descendents, NOFX, Anti-Nowhere League,…
December 19, 2013
Media: SNFU: "Voodoo Doll Collector"
SNFU have posted their song, "Voodoo Doll Collector." It's from their upcoming album Never Trouble Trouble until Trouble Troubles You which is due out September 24,…
June 04, 2013
Media: SNFU announce new album
Cruzar Media has announced that SNFU will be releasing their new album Never Trouble, Trouble, Until Trouble Troubles You sometime this year. This will be the first album recorded without founding member Marc…
March 15, 2013
Media: Excerpt from 'SNFU: What No One Else Wanted To Say' (Exclusive)
We've got an excerpt from SNFU: What No One Else Wanted To Say, a new book about Canadian punk powerhouse SNFU written by Chris Walter. Follow SNFU as they roam across four continents, leaving a trail of furious bouncers, blown amplifiers, crooked promoters, abandoned lovers, worn-out vehicles, and broken beer bottles in…
October 16, 2012
Tours: SNFU (Canada)
Edmonton, AB punk legends SNFU will be touring their home country later this summer, with a surprising lack of Ontario and Quebec dates. Click below for the details. The band last released In The Meantime And In Between Time in…
May 27, 2011
Tours: SNFU (Canada, Costa Rica, Australia, New Zealand)
Following a March tour of Canada and an April appearance at a festival in Costa Rica, long running punk rock act SNFU will take their summer vacation in Australia and New Zealand. Click below for the…
February 06, 2010
Tours: Propagandhi make mixtape for the NME
Winnipeg's Propagandhi have compiled a 'mixtape' for the NME. The selections were chosen by each member of the band, and include the likes of Black Sabbath,…
December 03, 2009
Tours: The New Enemy release "Shakedown" EP as a free download
Toronto hardcore act the New Enemy have self-released their new EP Shakedown as a free digital download. You can find it over at their website along with their prior EP Outsourced. The new was produced by Simon Head (SNFU, Closet Monster) mastered by Nick Zampiello (Against…
October 15, 2009
Tours: Billy Hopeless sticks a fork in the Black Halos
In early August frontman Billy Hopeless commented on the future of Vancouver's The Black Halos. He explains that while he could go out and rebuild the band with new players (he mentions…
September 07, 2009

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