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These Arms Are Snakes

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These Arms Are Snakes was an American post-hardcore band that formed in 2002 and featured former members of Botch and Kill Sadie. The band was known for their intense live shows, which often feature vocalist Steve Snere crowd surfing and spending a large portion of the live performance in the audience. Before disbanding in 2009, they released three studio albums: Oxeneers or the Lion Sleeps When Its Antelope Go Home (2004), Easter (2006) and Tail Swallower and Dove (2008). Former members of These Arms Are Snakes currently play in Russian Circles, Narrows, Minus the Bear and Hooves.

Similar Bands: Botch, Kill Sadie, Made Out of Babies, Fugazi, Mewithoutyou

LPs
Tail Swallower and Dove
2007

3.7
158 Votes
Easter
2006

3.7
161 Votes
Oxeneers or the Lion Sleeps When Its Antelope Go Home
2004

3.9
177 Votes
EPs
Pink Mammoth/Gold Diggers (Split with Pelican)
2008

3.7
5 Votes
Like A Virgin (Split with Harkonen)
2004

3.5
16 Votes
This Is Meant To Hurt You
2004

3.7
75 Votes

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