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Hometown: Vancouver, BC Current Label: Unsigned or Unknown Websites: Official Website
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Band Members: Vocals- Brian Langley, Guitar- Denis 'Sasquatch' Barthe, Guitar- Dave Watson, Bass- Martin Meyer, Drums- Ryan Murray Idris

Aggression Bio:

Aggression was formed in the spring of 1985 (originally under the moniker "Asylum"), by the 2 guitar shredders Sasquatch
and Burn. Rounding out the lineup was Botcher on vocals, Dug on Bass and Gate on drums. After a few demos they
recorded "Forgotten Skeleton" in 1986. Unfortunately the album would not see a release until 2005. (Almost 20 years later!)
After some lineup changes, Aggression recorded and released 1987's The Full Treatment.

They received good reviews for there demos and The Full Treatment, and very quickly became one of the most popular metal bands
in Quebec and Canada. Their concerts were sold out everywhere, and the fanbase grew from hundreds to thousands in no time.
With his public relations expertise, their manager at the time (Johnny Hart) quickly made Aggression an household name. Other
bands such as Metallica, Slayer, Exodus, Hallow's eve, Destruction and others all wanted to see the beast for themselves and meet
Aggression while they were in Montreal. Playing numerous concerts with bands such as Anvil, Celtic Frost, Voïvod, Nuclear Assault,
Agnostic Front, D.R.I., Possessed, Dark Angel, Crumbsuckers, Sacrifice and others. Due to certain members drug habits and
bad decision making the band was all but dead in 1989.

Fast forward to 2005. The 1986 unreleased album Forgotten Skeleton gets released and see's the band reunite at Montreal Metal
Massacre fest 2005. Unable to commit to anthing more than a few reunion shows it was decided that the band would be
put to rest once more. Aggression's 30 year anniversary is looming. Could 2015 see the return of these Frozen Aggressors?

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