Episode 184: Boxer w/ David Vicini
Formed in early October of 1995, Boxer was a Boston-based four piece fast on the rise in the indie scene. With aggressive, heartfelt lyrics Boxer delivered the finest in east-coast punk. They managed to share the stage with acts such as Lagwagon, Weston, Lifetime, Screw 32, Good Riddance, Jimmy Eat World, and Bracket. Their debut and only album, “The Hurt Process,” was put out on Vagrant Records as the labels first release. The band broke up soon after that release and Dave and Will went on to form The Lot Six.
Thank you again Casey from Iodine Recordings for connecting us
- Just wanting to be a pop punk band
- Passing on being the singer for Big D and the Kids Table
- Playing a show with Lifetime
- Being Vagrant’s first band
- Rama from Big Wheel
- Recording with Trevor Keith
- How signing to Vagrant effected the crowd size
- Auditioning for Kid Dynamite
- Chris leaving to play with The Dillinger Escape Plan
- Their guitarist going off to play with Jared Leto and Tom Delonge
- The Lot Six
- Getting a gun pulled on them
- And a ton more
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