There is more than one artist with this name: 1)Feud (Post Punk / Gothic Rock) Feud was a Gothic Rock band from Bristol, UK. They released one MLP in 1984 called "To Load But Once" which contained 5 songs. They were Influenced by bands like UK Decay and it's offshoots In Excelsis and Furyo, a great example of this is the artwork of their sole release which reminds a lot of the ones of Furyo's. Steve Street was the producer of their record who seems to be Stephen Street the one who would later produce The Smiths!
1)Feud (Post Punk / Gothic Rock)
Feud was a Gothic Rock band from Bristol, UK. They released one MLP in 1984 called "To Load But Once" which contained 5 songs. They were Influenced by bands like UK Decay and it's offshoots In Excelsis and Furyo, a great example of this is the artwork of their sole release which reminds a lot of the ones of Furyo's. Steve Street was the producer of their record who seems to be Stephen Street the one who would later produce The Smiths!
~Curious Guy/Phoenix Hairpins (edited)
P.S. The band actually starts in 1982 with the name "Exit-Stance" (not to be confused with the punk outfit from Mortarhate Records!) and have released demo + one 7 inch.
Feud started late 1998; we were all skateboarding buddies and basically it all started there. Mic and Pao got bored of their band and asked me I am interested with starting a straightedge band. The problem though is that we haven't found a straightedge kid who might be available back then to play drum for us. We tried to talk with John-John, also a skateboarding friend, who's then playing with other band, and fortunately agreed to play with us. So since then the original line-up is still the same, Mic - Bass, Paolo- Guitar, John-John - Battery, and me Raymond - Screaming. We tried to add another guitarist but things doesn't work for us, so 'till today we still stick to the 4-piece youthcrew unit. So with a common theme against every fucked-up thing about ourselves, about our hardcore-punk and the society as well. We found a way to express our emotions into something that we think positive, relevant, and important to us. Straightedge as always is not a label that we have to make of a big deal and for us to please any expectation, but rather it is just part of our personal choices that we find, again, relevant to our own lives, as it is always we believe that punk rock is all about thinking for yourself.
3) Feud are a hard-hitting alternative rock/post-grunge band from the South-East of England, formed during the summer of 2005. The band is:
Greg Combrinck ? vocals & guitar
Guy Combrinck ? drums
Ian Harper ? guitar
Tom Syrett ? bass
The bands' sound has been described as the missing link between Nirvana and Foo Fighters, with a blend of Hoobastank and Stone Sour.
The band started out by performing their first gigs in Reading and the surrounding areas, and has built up a strong following there.
Within their first year of formation, the band reached the finals of the Emergenza festival at The Mean Fiddler in London. Out of the 1200 bands that entered, the band reached the last 16. As a result, they have been invited back for showcase gigs during 2008.
Having received radio airplay on regional and internet radio, Feud were ?artist of the month' in November 2006 on a local radio station.
After extensive gigging across the UK, the first official EP was released in April 2007 called ?Out From the Inside', which included four tracks (Save Me, One Last Time, Spilt Milk and Flipside) recorded at Outhouse Studios in Reading (Funeral for a Friend, Enter Shikari) plus two demo tracks previously recorded. The EP received excellent reviews, and has continually sold well worldwide on iTunes & Napster since its release in both the UK and USA.
2007 also saw the band achieve Runners Up place in the Buk and Skit Battle of the Bands in Reading, and play Reading Festival during the summer.
2009 will see the band release their first single ?One Last Time' on December 7th, with a UK and European tour scheduled for early 2010 in support of the release.
Disambiguation: The name Feud may refer to The Feud, an American deathrock/prog band from New York, or xFEUDx, a Filipino hardcore band from Cavite.