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Shihad

Country of origin:
New Zealand
Location:
Wellington
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1988
Genre:
Groove/Thrash Metal (early), Industrial/Modern Rock (later)
Lyrical themes:
Life, Struggles, Politics
Current label:
Warner Bros. Records
Years active:
1988-present
Accepted into Metal Archives based on the Dead and Buried demo and the Devolve EP.

The band was known as Pacifier between 2002 and 2004, due to possible misunderstandings between Shihad and the Arabic word jihad during the height of the war in the Middle East.

They formed when Tom Larkin and Jon Toogood got together to start a band. At the time they were still in high school. Larkin also ...
Current
Tom Larkin Drums, Vocals (backing), Samples (1988-present)
Phil Knight Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (backing) (1988-present)
Jon Toogood Vocals, Guitars (1988-present)
Karl Kippenberger Bass, Vocals (backing) (1991-present)
Past
Geoff Duncan Bass (1988-1989)
Hamish Laing Bass (1989-1991)
Geoff Daniels Bass (1989)
Tom Larkin Drums, Vocals (backing), Samples (1988-present)
Phil Knight Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals (backing) (1988-present)
Jon Toogood Vocals, Guitars (1988-present)
Karl Kippenberger Bass, Vocals (backing) (1991-present)
Geoff Duncan Bass (1988-1989)
Hamish Laing Bass (1989-1991)
Geoff Daniels Bass (1989)
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Added on: 2009-05-07 18:48:32 Last modified on: 2014-08-15 07:53:16
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