10.02.2019

Knuckle Puck - Discography



Knuckle Puck is an American pop punk band, formed in 2010 in the south suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. The group started out covering songs, before the band members started writing songs in April 2011. Following this, the group released a number of EPs, one of which, While I Stay Secluded (2014), peaked at number 5 on the Heatseekers Albums chart. The band released a split EP with the UK band Neck Deep. The group signed to Rise in December 2014 and released its debut album, Copacetic, through the label in July 2015.

Knuckle Puck started out covering songs in fall 2010 in the outskirts of Chicago. The band got its name from a Stick to Your Guns t-shirt that said "Knuckle Puck Crew". The band consisted of lead vocalist Joe Taylor, lead guitarist Kevin Maida, and drummer John Siorek. The group started writing original songs in April 2011 with the addition of rhythm guitarist Nick Casasanto. The group had friends fill in on bass. In July, the band played its first ever show. In October, the band released a self-titled EP, this was followed up by the Acoustics EP in March 2012. In October, the band released the Don't Come Home EP. The band co-headlined a tour with Seaway from late May to early June 2013. In August, the band self-released The Weight That You Buried EP. In February 2014 Bad Timing and Hopeless released a split EP that featured two songs each from Knuckle Puck and Neck Deep. Both bands toured together (alongside Light Years) from late February to early April. On March 16, the band performed at South by So What?! festival. In spring, the band gained bassist Ryan Rumchaks. Between May and June, the band supported Man Overboard on the group's The Heart Attack Tour alongside Transit, and Forever Came Calling.

A music video was released for the song "No Good" in June. It was directed by Eric Teti. In late July, it was announced the band were recording, and in early August the band finished recording its next release. Knuckle Puck supported Senses Fail on the band's Let It Enfold You 10th anniversary tour from late August till early October 2014. In early September, the band released a 7" flexi containing the songs "Oak Street" and "Home Alone", the former of which was intended for release on the group's next EP. The flexi was released by Bad Timing. On October 16, 2014, "Bedford Falls" was available for streaming. On October 23, the While I Stay Secluded EP was made available for streaming and on October 28, it was released by Bad Timing. The EP had peaked at number 5 on the Heatseekers Albums in the U.S. Guitarist Kevin Maida revealed that the band "firmly and confidently" considered the EP the group's best work so far. On October 31, the band released a music video for "Oak Street". In November and December, the band supported Modern Baseball on the group's winter tour.



Artist: Knuckle Puck
Album: The Weight That You Buried
Genre: Pop Punk / Emo
Year: 2013
Country: USA, Chicago, IL
Playtime: 00:20:12
Size: 47,80 MB
Quality: 320 kbps
Site: https://www.facebook.com/KnucklePuckIL
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01. Everything Must Go
02. Your Back Porch
03. Stateside
04. No Good
05. Your Back Porch (Acoustic)
06. No Good (Acoustic)
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Artist: Knuckle Puck
Album: Copacetic
Genre: Pop Punk / Emo
Year: 2015
Country: USA, Chicago, IL
Playtime: 00:40:47
Size: 94,35 MB
Quality: 320 kbps
Site: https://www.facebook.com/KnucklePuckIL
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01. Wall To Wall (Depreciation)
02. Disdain
03. Poison Pen Letter
04. Swing
05. Ponder
06. Evergreen
07. True Contrite
08. Stationary
09. In Your Crosshairs
10. Pretense
11. Untitled
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Artist: Knuckle Puck
Album: Shapeshifter
Genre: Pop Punk / Emo
Year: 2017
Country: USA, Chicago, IL
Playtime: 00:31:09
Size: 71,35 MB
Quality: 320 kbps
Site: https://www.facebook.com/KnucklePuckIL
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01. Nervous Passenger
02. Twist
03. Double Helix
04. Gone
05. Everyone Lies To Me
06. Stuck In Our Ways
07. Want Me Around
08. Conduit
09. Wait
10. Plastic Brains
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