Crashpalace
Crashpalace

Crashpalace

About Crashpalace

Crash Palace hails from Australia and formed in 1995. Crash Palace (formerly called Paradime), includes Marcus Maloney on vocals/guitar, Jeremy Taylor on lead guitar, John Kelly on bass, Dean Thomas on keyboards, and Pete Constantinou on drums. The band claims to be most influenced by the British Invasion, '70s rock supergroups, and '90s American alternative rock bands. Crash Palace released their self-titled debut in July 2001. The full-length was produced by Paul Palmer who mixed Bush's Sixteen Stone and No Doubt's Tragic Kingdom and was released by the same label (Trauma) that is home to both those bands. The modern alternative rock band spent two years writing and doing preproduction on their debut but recorded nine of the LP's 13 songs in three days. The band shared the stage at radio station summer concerts with the likes of Staind, Papa Roach, and Crazytown. ~ JT Griffith

  • ORIGIN
    Melbourne, Australia
  • FORMED
    1995