Massacre House Party

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The Sylvan Aaron Massacre

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Massacre House Party is an alternative rock trio from Malta, which originally started out as a duo called The Sylvan Aaron Massacre.

They are:

Sylvan Borg - vocals, guitars
Aaron Sammut - drums & percussions, backing vocals
Samwel Mallia - bass, backing vocals

The trio's former experience includes:

Sylvan has fronted alternative indie band Sputnik Sweetheart on vocals and guitars, and later on bass with Stilair. Aaron's drumming has appeared on work with Ozzy Lino and Dolls For Idols. Samwel on guitars and bass with Juno and the Wolf.

Though earlier releases were originally credited to the duo, the trio claim the following singles as its releases:

  • Come On (Come On)
  • Love this City
  • Tear
  • The Thrill

The first release clearly branded as Massacre House Party was the CD single Uh Oh! released in September 2014.

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