One Must Fall started around September 2001, as David Baxter, Josh Klinkenberg, and Daniel Taylor. David Baxter was initially supposed to be vocalist, however, as was planned, the band eventually took on a vocalist and after some searching around, David Jordan joined the band.
The band was then known as Second Coming. Daniel stayed in the band for some time, but soon realised that it takes a special someone to be in a band, and he just wasn't special enough. So in very late 2001 Chris Campbell joined the band to take up bass duties.
The band eventually decided on a name change to Fallout, and played their first show, up stairs above Tracks, with The Redshift, My Two Cents, and Bare Knuckle Brawl. Fallout then played at Parachute Music Festival, on the debut stage, before returning home to work on new songs, in early 2002.
They then decided they wanted to work with another guitarist to give more depth, so Ross McDougall entered, as second guitarist. After playing a few shows, including the Hamtown Smackdown; things weren't really working out with Ross, so sadly had to say goodbye to him. After a long break of writing songs, Chris left the band, due to the fact that he was a filthy punk, and he practice room was much too clean for him.
In dire straits, having a show booked and no bassist, Fallout called on the services of Daniel Klinkenberg, who filled in for them at the show on the 27th of July at Youthzone. He was asked to stay as bassist, and he agreed. Thus completing the line up, and making Fallout a fully functional band again.
Around September, after the arrival and departure of 3 members and a change around of musical style, Fallout decided it was about time for a name change. They decided on the name One Must Fall. It took them a while to actually get round to "officially" changing it though. That happened middle of October 2002 at the Kings Arms benefit show for the Sea Sheppard.
David Baxter (guitar)
Andrew Hunt (bass)
Josh Klinkenberg (drums)
David Jordan (vocals)
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