A Post Hardcore band from south Wales who were once a Sextet named "January Thirst".
They had a shuffle of band members and became the one of the greatest bands to emerge from the UK.
"Funeral For A Friend" put together a mixture of Hardcore, melodic metal, and punk to create the greatest sounding music from over the severn bridge.
The best band i have seen live, they sound way better than the record.
Matt Davies (lead vocals) is always in tune, can scream, and puts so much feeling into his voice, the two guitarists Darren Smith and Kris Roberts both produce riffs that Iron Maiden would be proud of, Gareth Davies (bass) sings backing vocals so well always in tune, and the drummer Ryan Richards is amazing, knows exactly when double-bass is needed and creates atmosphere with his perfect use of the "Zil Bell".
I recomend that everyone into any type of rock music buys "seven ways to scream your name" and "casually dressed and dep in conversation" why not go get "hours" too.
Im saying this, comng from Bristol where the Welsh are not the most liked people by any means.
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Funeral For a Friend.
Basically an upper class chav, or a kid who wants to be part of a sect but doesnt want to be a Chav/Emo so they go half chav half emo. Scene kids usually have brightly coloured hair and bright clothes with HUGE sunglasses.
Park Street in Bristol is place where scene kids like to "hang out"
The Boring Persons Myspace
"i'm too cool and mature for Myspace, so i use Facebook its like myspace but without the scene kids" - Lame