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F.U.B.A.R.

F.U.B.A.R (which stands for “Fucked Up Beyond All Recognition”) started under the name I: Scream Protest as a project of Boris from Suppository. Two gigs were played under that name and after a while Boris didn’t have much time to put into the band anymore so the remaining members decided to go further without him and changed the name into F.U.B.A.R when vocalist Luc was found. SelfMadeGod records then offered to release a planned split LP with Catheter that was staying unreleased as a split CD and other material was released as a split 7″ with Germany’s AXT in June ‘03. Right afte ...read more

F.U.B.A.R (which stands for “Fucked Up Beyond All Recognition”) started under the name I: Scream Protest as a project of Boris from Suppository. Two gigs were played under that name and after a while Boris didn’t have much time to put into the band anymore so the remaining members decided to go further without him and changed the name into F.U.B.A.R when vocalist Luc was found. SelfMadeGod records then offered to release a planned split LP with Catheter that was staying unreleased as a split CD and other material was released as a split 7″ with Germany’s AXT in June ‘03. Right after, F.U.B.A.R recorded some new stuff for a split 7″ with Matka Teresa which was released by Power It Up!.

The band’s debut full-length, titled “Justification of criminal behaviour” has been released on CD by Bones Brigade records on early ‘05, while the LP version was taken care of by TVG records. 2006 saw the release of a split EP with Blood I Bleed (Power It Up!) and the whole rest of the time has been spent touring over and over again. 2008 saw the release of a split CD with Splitter (Power It Up!) and F.U.B.A.R playing its 100st (!) gig. 2009 saw the release, on Bones Brigade records, of a split CD with fellow label mates Sylvester Staline as well as a split 7″ with KSK and a special four way split double 7″ with Mumagrinder and two Japanse bands.

2010 sees the band taking part to the Nasum tribute album released by Power It Up! as well as the release of their brand new split 7″, “Doomed to consume” with Lycanthrophy, still on Bones Brigade records.





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Lead Us To War
01/01/2012

Justification of Criminal Behaviour
2004

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