An anthemic punk rock band from Richmond, Virginia, Strike Anywhere emerged in the early 2000s with a staunchly political and activism-minded approach to hardcore and punk traditionalism, drawing comparisons in both sound and vision to such stalwart acts as Avail and 7 Seconds. They gained popularity after their music appeared in multiple iterations of the popular Tony Hawk skateboard video games, resulting in strong sales of the studio LPs Exit English (2003) and Dead FM (2006). Despite a dearth of recordings in the 2010s, the group maintained an exhaustive tour regimen, playing both at home and abroad. In 2020, they issued their first collection of new music in 11 years, an EP titled Nightmares of the West. Strike Anywhere was founded in 1999 by vocalist Thomas Barnett (ex-Inquisition), guitarists Matt Smith and Matt Sherwood, bassist ...
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