Since making their live debut in early 2002, HORSELL COMMON have quickly carved out a niche for themselves in a music scene that is saturated with sound a like copyists and trend surfing bandwagoneer’s by simply playing their own brand of uncompromising riff heavy rock with a passion and intensity that is becoming a scarce commodity in today’s current musical climate.Melbourne three piece Horsell Common will long be remembered as the little band that could. With one of the most individual and vibrant sounds ever created by an Australian three piece, the band toured non stop around Australia from 2003-2007, picking up fans from any and every scene, and critical acclaim from all kinds of press and industry. They released four EPs – 2003’s “A Who’s Who Road to Living”, 2004’s “Lost a Lot of Blood”, 2005’s split EP with Trial Kennedy and they’re highly acclaimed “Satellite Wonderland” EP in 2006, before finally releasing their opus in debut album “The Rescue” in 2007. Between that the band toured with a diverse list of bands that includes Karnivool, Shihad, AFI, Kisschasy, Hawthorne Heights, Story of the Year, and Grinspoon, before doing a set of well attended headline runs in 2007-2008. They had songs played on Triple J, scored glowing reviews in Rollingstone and Blunt Magazines, and appeared on the cover of multiple Street Press.