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The Expendables are an American music band with a diverse music genre and styles including reggae, SKA, scurf rock and punk rock. Promoting their album, “getting filthy” is what they do best and sharing the stage with Slightly Stoopid seems to be the norm every time they perform. Stoopid however formed their own independent label going by the name Stoopid Records and immediately signed The Expendables for their first release. The album was an instant classic but also received negative reviews from critics in 2007.
Their popularity rose to greater limits as they toured the world in an effort to promote their music. They amassed huge influence and respect from the fans they commanded all over the globe. They always shared the podium with other band factions such as Slightly Stupid, NoFX, and Pennywise among others.
They came up with another album named “Prove It” at the beginning of 2010, which was produced by Paul Leary. Producer Leary was famous since he was the brains behind the popular albums such as Sublime, Pepper, Supper suckers and Guitar player for NOFX.
Prove It was far much popular and was able to debut at 158 on billboard top 200, billboards independent charts and position five in iTunes Alternative Charts. Their next album shoot involves packed performances including C-Money, OG and Dela of the Slightly Stoopid band. Other artists expected to perform include their longtime friend G.Love who also did Ballad “Wells”
Their tenacious tours and aggressive campaigns has seen the Expendables scale the heights in music and entertainment. Their popular “Annual Winter Blackout Tour” became extremely famous and each year, thousands of their fans swarm their concerts to have a piece of the merry moments and fun. The “Warped Tour” will see the band featured on all dates and this will be a massive yearly festival.
It has been a while now, thirteen years to be precise and the Expendables show no signs of slowing their pace. With five albums done and countless concerts, the expendables seem to be a band to watch years to come.