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- Me, Myself, and I
- Camp Kill Yourself~cKy
Deron Miller [Vocals/Guitar]
Chad Ginsburg [guitar/vocals/producer]
Jess Margera [drums]
Matt "Dice" Deis [bass]
Deron and Chad both played bass on all 3 of their albums, but Matt will take over on their next album which the band has slowly been writing tracks for while on tour.
They share their name with a series of skate and prank videos CKY created by Bam Margera, who is the brother of the band's drummer, Jess Margera. CKY's music has been featured in all four CKY videos and Jackass, and the track "96 Quite Bitter Beings" from their album Volume 1 also featured on the video game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3.
Deron had stated in May 2006 on his official website that CKY has plans to record 2 new albums this year, along with a re-release of their first full length album "Volume 1" with new packaging and bonus tracks!
A comic book about the band out 2007!
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We haven't heard anything from Chad and Matt for 2+ months, what are they up too?
asked by Jon Strickland on 01/17/2008
go Pats! nothing, im not doing anything. being cold in massachusetts, thats about it. playing some music with some friends (www.myspace.com/themanthemyththeband).. hanging with family and my doggies, and thats about it!
answered by Matt on 01/21/2008
0 Comments 277 weeks
Alright. Its been almost 3 months now since this whole fight with Deron. We need an update and stop avoiding the question. How are things with the band. When is the new album due. If the new album is coming out at all. PLEASE
asked by blumshack on 01/17/2008
shitty. things with CKY are really shitty right now, it sucks but thats the truth. now stop asking
answered by Jess on 01/17/2008
0 Comments 277 weeks
What do you think about todays music scene with the whole emo thing? Personally i'm not really enjoying it. When you guys come back to New Mexico, please play Plastic Plan. MMUUAAHHH! -Daphne
asked by DaPh on 12/01/2007
as hard as it is to believe, theres actually a lot of good new bands out there right now. witchcraft, year long disaster, kamchatka, viking skull, the sword. if you like what i refer to as "real rock" then these bands are all very good and very new.
answered by Jess on 12/01/2007
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