Pumpkinhead Profile

AudioCulture
23 May 2013

The first recordings to be released by Christchurch rock band Pumpkinhead were three songs on the May 1993 Failsafe label compilation Avalanche, which also featured Loves Ugly Children, Supertanker, 147Swordfish and Lurch.

When Pumpkinhead appeared at the 95bFM Private Function concert, at the old Turners & Growers Market site, near Viaduct Basin in Auckland, the band were offered a recording deal with indie label Wildside Records.

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A Pumpkinhead video shoot, song unknown
Photo credit: Photo by Murray Cammick
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Pumpkinhead
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Pumpkinhead interview with Hugh Sundae - backstage as support to Faith No More, 1995
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Brent Milligan
Photo credit: Photo by Murray Cammick
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Pumpkinhead filming the 'Nark' video with Jonathan King
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Pumpkinhead in Albert Park, Radio B Summer Sessions, 1995
Photo credit: Photo by Murray Cammick
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Nark
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Interview with Wildside band Pumpkinhead, 10 November 1994. Directed by Ross Cunningham.
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A poster for Sloth, 1995
Photo credit: Murray Cammick Collection
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Members:

Francis Hunt - guitar

Jason Harmon - guitar

Aaron Hogg - guitar

Brent Milligan - vocals

Jason Peters - drums

Vaughan Watson - bass

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Labels:

Wildside


Failsafe

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