Wade Michael Page, the deceased forty-year-old gunman who is alleged to have killed six people at a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, reportedly has ties to Colorado. Citing an interview he gave to Label 56 this past May, a bulletin sent out by the Southern Poverty Law Center this morning states that Page is a Colorado native who has performed in a number of white-power-driven hardcore acts over the years, including End Apathy, photos of which are featured below.
Other bands for which Page is said to have played include Youngland, Celtic Warrior, Radikahl, Max Resist, Intimidation One, Aggressive Force and Blue Eyed Devils.
Several other reports indicate Page was an enlisted member of the United States Army for a half dozen years before receiving a less-than-honorable discharge in 1998.
Look below to see bio info and photos from the End Apathy MySpace page.
We just finished recording for our upcoming release on Label 56, check back for release date!..........End Apathy began in 2005 with roots in old school hardcore punk and metal influences. The music is a sad commentary on our sick society and the problems that prevent true progress. Our first release will be a 7" split with Definite Hate, then we will have one song on the UPRISE compilation, and our full length CD will be out later this year released by Label 56. The early recordings I did everything myself (songs currently posted), but now Brent and Ozzie from Definite Hate/13 Knots have joined End Apathy and we will be playing the UPRISE fest and a few other upcoming shows. So, check back on this page and the Label 56 myspace page/website for updates.
January 10, 2007 Members:
Wade -- Vocals/Guitars....Brent -- Bass.....Ozzie -- Drums
Sabbath, Slayer, Maiden, DRI, COC, RKL, GWAR, GBH, Aggresion, Misfits, Bad Religion, Sick Pleasure, Exploited, Dayglow Abortions, Crumbsuckers, Cryptic Slaughter, Mike Watt, Innocent Addiction, Soak, BumKon, Burnt Fase, etc...
?? You tell me.
Genre: Hardcore / Metal / Punk Location Nashville, North Carolina, Un Profile Views: 45194 Last Login: 2/21/2012 Member Since 1/10/2007
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