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Secluded By Right

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Formed in the later months of 2005 Secluded By Right have quickly established themselves as a staple in the growing Hawkes Bay punk scene. Members of the band have been playing together since 2003 under various high school aliases including Hawke's Bay's 2004 Smokefree Rockquest winners Foreset, local favourites Half Cut and various other projects.

The bands sound has been described as a blend of hardcore, rock and punk elements. The result: a unique yet strangely familiar hard-hitting sound. Powerful, solid drum patterns, weighty guitar riffs and honest hard-hitting vocal lines characterise the Secluded By Right sound.

With the February 2007 release of their debut CD SbR EP the band has set in stone the anthems which have snaked into the live soundtrack of Hawkes Bay parties for the last two years.

Secluded By Right disbanded shortly after their EP was released.

Band Members:
John von Dadelzen (vocals)
Josh O'Shea (guitar, backing vocals)
Chris Waites (guitar, backing vocals)
Graham McIntyre (bass, backing vocals)
Cole Tilbury (drums)

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