Reverse

There are at least five artists using the name Reverse. 1) Reverse were a power pop / punk rock band from Stoke-on-Trent, UK, active between 1990 and 1997. In 1995, they were signed to Damaged Goods Records and released three singles: 'Stem The Slide', 'Lock' and 'Stagnant'. The band split up in 1997, after an imminent deal with Mushroom Records was scuppered by the label's buy-out by Rupert Murdoch. ...show more

There are at least five artists using the name Reverse. 1) Reverse were a power pop / punk rock band from Stoke-on-Trent, UK, active between 1990 and 1997. In 1995, they were signed to Damaged Goods Records and released three singles: 'Stem The Slide', 'Lock' and 'Stagnant'. The band split up in 1997, after an imminent deal with Mushroom Records was scuppered by the label's buy-out by Rupert Murdoch.

Before the split, the band had recorded a album of songs with Frankie Stubbs from Leatherface, which was finally released - again through Damaged Goods - as 'Glance Sideways' in November 2009. The band consisted of: Nick Sharratt - bass / vocals Dan Rowley - guitar Mick Flock - guitar / vocals Dave Smith - the drums http://www.myspace.com/reversestoke 2) "Reverse plays that strange brand of rock that isn't indie, isn't punk, and isn't metal. It's somewhere in between these genres. Musically the power trio sounds like Fugazi being molested by Cheap Trick; it's punishing, brutal, and catchy as hell.

Reverse hits you in so many different ways you don't know whether to sing along joyfully or get in a fight." Mike Baldino, The Noise Reverse was also a band from Wilmington, NC that featured Ivan Howard on vocals and guitar. Ivan is now the principle songwriter/singer/guitarist for The Rosebuds. Reverse released one album that was self-titled in 1999. 3) Reverse is also a german grunge-rock band. ...show less