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Web Society

Web Society is an up and coming punk rock band hailing from the suburbs of Stoney Creek. Formed in 2010, Web Society is quickly becoming a name in the Hamilton music scene and beyond. Web Society is led by the perfectly executed riffs, attention-grabbing vocals, and witty personality of lead guitarist and front man Brandon Kummer. Complimenting the leads are the heavy hitting rhythms and shouts of bassist Jeffery Mills. To wrap up this explosive mixture of punk rock power is the fast, driving beats of drummer Stephen Petrina. Their songs address issues in the modern world, ranging from eve ...read more

Web Society is an up and coming punk rock band hailing from the suburbs of Stoney Creek. Formed in 2010, Web Society is quickly becoming a name in the Hamilton music scene and beyond. Web Society is led by the perfectly executed riffs, attention-grabbing vocals, and witty personality of lead guitarist and front man Brandon Kummer. Complimenting the leads are the heavy hitting rhythms and shouts of bassist Jeffery Mills. To wrap up this explosive mixture of punk rock power is the fast, driving beats of drummer Stephen Petrina. Their songs address issues in the modern world, ranging from everyday struggles to politics. They bring to the table a unique breed of attitude stemming from suburban life. Try finding an identity in a place where every house looks the same. Web Society puts on energetic, power-driven live shows. Their unique modern punk rock sound is sure to impress. So get your moshing shoes on and get ready for some Web Society!

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LPs
Perfect World
2011

2.8
3 Votes
EPs
Gutter (Demo)
2011

2.8
2 Votes
Web Society [EP]
2010

2.3
3 Votes
Live Albums
Live at Slamfest
2011

4.5
1 Votes

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