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Published on Sep 22, 2008
The Rose of Avalanche were founded during 1985 by Leeds school friends Phil Morris, Paul James Berry and Alan Davis. From an early age the trio hung out together, skipping school, listening to music and making plans to form their own band. Many of these early influences were American bands like Hendrix, MC5, The Stooges and Lou Reed, and these influences would be directly referenced in the bands song writing and Phil's novel, if a little odd, decision to sing in a mock American style accent.
The name for the band was chosen to represent the bands music - the "rose" for the beauty and the "avalanche" representing the power.
The band split around 1992.
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