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The Union Underground

The roots of heavy metal band the Union Underground lie in the relationship between singer/guitarist Bryan Scott and guitarist Patrick Kennison, who met in junior high school in San Antonio, TX. After finishing high school, the two launched their own recording studio, Studio Underground, making cassettes of their music. Sales of 5,000 copies of an EP brought interest from major labels, with Portrait, the hard rock imprint of Sony's Columbia label, winning out as Scott and Kennison completed the band's lineup with the addition of drummer Josh Memelo and bassist John Moyer. The Union Underground released its debut album, Education in Rebellion, in July 2000. The disc spent four months on the charts and the track "Turn Me on 'Mr. Deadman'" was on the mainstream rock charts for six months. (After two years, the album's sales reportedly stood at 350,000.) The band opened for Marilyn Manson in the fall of 2000 and earned a slot on the 2001 Ozzfest tour.

The Union Underground's next recording was the track "Across the Nation," heard on the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) various-artists album Forced Entry, released on SmackDown!/Columbia in March 2002. The song earned the band another extended stay on the mainstream rock charts. In June 2002, Portrait released Live...One Nation Underground, a six-track EP containing songs recorded live in concert in 2000 and 2001, as the band worked on its second album. ~ William Ruhlmann, Rovi
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Union underground was one of my faves since I first heard em. What the hell happened?
Yo this dude is steal Powerman 5000s S**t
Bryan Scott is releasing some never heard Union this summer and cult to follow has a cd coming out this summer as well
richardsosbo r n
One of my favs ever. Whole CD kicks a**. Then they were gone.
seen them with Kittie in KC. Would like a comeback.
I seen these guys twice: once on the Ozz-fest main stage and at the 01 Snow-Core. They were amazing live. Wish they would reform.
These guy were awesome, but Byran has a Coke problem. His new band Cult to Follow is pretty good, but wont go anywhere with the vice's hes got. Patrick on the other hand is doing well with his band Heaven Below, they are up and coming. Josh is a church band drumer and has a wonderful family. John Moyer was playing with Distrubed until they went on an extended break Ive been known of these guys since before their big break. They were the pride of South Texas. But I dont see any reunion anytime s
turn me on turn me on mister DEAD MAN!!!
fatherjackas s
S**t havent hear of these guys in forever. I remember picking up a demo tape from Planet K back in 99.
Bryan Scott is in a band called Cult to Follow
THis is one of my favorite bands. Terribly underrated and SO SAD that they have split.. .some members are in another band called 3 faced.
I remember seeing these guys open up snocore 01' with Kittie and Fear Factory headlining and I have always thought they showed promise,real l y good performers. John Moyer went on to replace Fuzz when he left Disturbed and the rest of these guys are invisible,to o bad they were alright.
bearholderfi e l d
The bassist is now playing with disturbed.
I know they are a generic also ran in the same category as Powerman 5000, Pitchshifter and whatnot but I liked them anyways. Too bad they gave it up.
i remember this crappy band they where about 3 or 4 years to late thats what happend to this band other bands where doing the same thing in 1997
I have simply heard they are no more, what reason? I dont know, makes me sad to see a band out of my home town get a nice kickstart and fade away as if they never happened...
How are poison, skid row, and bush similar at all? this isn't the first time i've noticed similar artists on other bios were way off. whoever does these needs their head examined.
bigrocko47
anyone know what happened to them at all i love their music
I always wondered what happened to them. They are a great band. I have had this cd for years and will not part with it.
Umm... these guys are nothing like Poison, lol. Thank god! This album rocks so hard, and is still on heavy rotation in my collection.
what happened to them??
dude this band rocks but what happened?? im about to find out, im on it

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