"some music was meant to stay underground..."


Formed: 1993
From: New York City, NY, United States
Last Known Status: Regrouped

Latest Indecision News

Below is our complete Indecision news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Indecision Show Announced

Indecision will play a rare show on November 18th at the Knitting Factory in New York City. Joining the group will be Killing Time in addition to several other unannounced bands. Indecision's line-up will consist of their 1996/1997 roster: Tom Sheehan, Justin Brannan, Rachel Rosen, Pat Flynn, and Bago. Tickets for the show can be purchased here.

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Indecision Announces Another Reunion Show

Justin Brannan has informed Lambgoat of another impending Indecision show. Unlike their previous reunion show, this performance will feature the group's entire original line-up, with Tom Sheehan on vocals, Brannan and Rachel Rosen on guitars, Pat Flynn on drums, and Steve Bago on bass. The show will take place this spring in New York City, though a specific date and location have yet to be finalized.

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Indecision Confirms Reunion Show

Indecision have commented on their forthcoming reunion show at Spirit in New York City on April 23rd at The Superbowl of Hardcore. They will be performing alongside Vision of Disorder, Crown of Thornz, Underdog and a slew of other bands. The group's one-time only performance will benefit the medical care of James McAuliffe. James suffers from Ewing's Sarcoma; a highly malignant form of cancer which is rare but most common in children and young adults. After undergoing diagnosis and treatment, he now stands within a bone marrow transplant of being cancer free.

"We are playing this show for a lot of reasons. First and foremost, we are doing this to help James McAuliffe with his medical costs. But, it will also be a fun way to give these songs and this band a proper send-off. These songs have meant so much to us over the years, it would be an honor to be able to play them one last time." – Tom Sheehan

Indecision, known for such influential albums as "Unorthodox" and "Most Precious Blood," will reform with Tom Sheehan on vocals, Justin Brannan and Rachel Rosen on guitars, and feature special guests Michael Macivor of Candiria on bass as well as Paul Klein on drums.

For more info on James Mcauliffe, including a way to donate to his medical treatment, please visit www.myspace.com/defeatcancer.

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