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Hangman

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HANGMAN brings blistering riffs and grooves into the local band scene. Hard hitting yet funky grooves and tunes with twists and turns on the way...

Band Members:
Brent (bass)
Paulie (drums)

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  • Auckland


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  • Do It!

    An energetic, up-tempo, hard rocking, garage punk banger!
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hangman

Joined: 08/09/07
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HANGMAN debut album out now!
Posted: Sat Jun 12, 2010 5:51 pm
Debut album "VERSION ONE" out now!
http://www.amplifier.co.nz/release/58703/version-one.html?full=1

Twisted Evil
 

Shade
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New Hangman Release
Posted: Wed Feb 24, 2010 6:17 am
 

hangman

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NEW SINGLE "DO IT!"
Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2009 10:11 am
Check it out!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8ueCO8x7Pc
 

hangman

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HANGMAN Live shows
Posted: Tue Aug 11, 2009 4:59 pm
August:
29th - Thirsty Dog, Ak

October:
1st - Dux de Lux, Chch
2nd - Revolver, Queenstown
3rd - Saints & Sinners, Invercargill
11th - Anbury Farm - Manukau
15th - Live to Air, Red Bull Studios (Bnets nationwide)

December:
18th - Star & Garter, Coromandel
19th - Yot Club, Raglan

This message was edited by hangman on Tue Aug 11, 2009 5:00 pm.

This message was edited by hangman on Sun Aug 16, 2009 4:37 pm.
 

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New EP for Hangman
Posted: Sun May 24, 2009 12:20 pm
‘Black Rock White Funk!’ is the 3rd EP from Auckland band HANGMAN, following up on 2007’s ‘Raw Materials EP’ and 2008’s ‘Trade Goods EP’.

Recorded and mixed by the band, this EP takes a raw and live feel and sound approach akin to the bands live shows – minimal production values are used to showcase the 5 tracks in their simplest form.

From the raw funk of ‘Dirty’ and ‘Agree To Disagree’ to the aggressive hard rock of ‘From A To B’ to the moody atmosphere of instrumental track ‘Just Be’ (look out for the soon to be accompanying video by Mikey Rockwell!) , the ‘Black Rock White Funk!’ EP is the latest batch of hard edged deep groove tunes from this Auckland 4 piece.
 

amandashootsbands

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EP review for you…Hangman’s latest release – Trade Goods
Posted: Sat Jan 10, 2009 3:21 pm
Forming in 2007, Auckland rockers, Hangman have already managed to experience their fair share of gigs and tours with some of our countries more popular acts. Playing along side names like Battle Circus, The Wicks and Stylus, it’s easy to see how they too are on their way to becoming a household name themselves.

The four piece act has certainly worked hard to get where they are today and along the way have achieved some impressive goals. 2007 saw the lads release their first EP named Raw Materials before creating a video for their track, Break. As if that wasn’t enough, in the same year, they also set up a tour with Mikey Rockwell and Lojac which took the three groups to perform at various venues around the North Island.

2008 was another successful year for the band seeing three of the guys’ original tracks feature on the Freerider MX Motorcross magazine’s DVD.
They also released their second EP, Trade Goods along with adding more gigs to their ever growing list at hot spots, Auckland, Whangarei, Raglan, and The Mount, just to name a few.

Seeing as they’ve been around for a couple of years now, I think it’s high time that you sit down and have a listen to their latest EP to see for yourself what the lads have to offer.
The first time I heard track number one, Spinning, I heard Incubus mixed with a dash of Rage Against The Machine. Not a hard one to listen to, and lets you know straight away that these guys are serious about what they do.

Grind and Fallen are much the same style as the first track but different enough to prepare you for the Break remix which I reckon tastes a little bit like Limp Bizkit. Takes me back to my (rather embarrassing) mid teen years when it was cool to be seen doing ‘laps’ in the back of that Ford Escort panel van. Ahhh…those were the days…or something?

This disc also contains a live version of Grind from Hangman’s gig at the Kings Arms in 2007 featuring MC/Producer, Mikey Rockwell. Surprisingly it’s not as raw as the one recorded at The Rock Factory, but it shows that these guys can most certainly rock out just as well live as in the recording studio. With more plans on the horizon, I’m certain that these guys are well on their way to national success. Check them out.

Amanda Ratcliffe
 

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