Enter Shikari

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Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari in 2007
Background information
Origin St Albans, Hertfordshire, UK
Genres Post-hardcore
Years active 2003–Present
Labels Ambush Reality
Tiny Evil (US)
PIAS Recordings (Europe)
Associated acts Hybryd, Your Demise, Saving Aimee, letlive
Website www.entershikari.com
Members
Roughton "Rou" Reynolds
Liam "Rory" Clewlow
Chris Batten
Rob Rolfe

Enter Shikari are a post-hardcore band from St Albans, Hertfordshire, England. The band is named after the Punjabi word Shikari meaning hunter.[1] The band have played at festivals such as Reading and Leeds.

They are known for songs such as "Sorry You're Not a Winner", "Arguing With Thermometers", "Juggernauts" and "Anything Can Happen in the Next Half Hour". They have an album called Common Dreads that contains "Common Dreads", "Solidarity", "Step Up", "Juggernauts", "Wall", "Zzzonked", "Havoc A", "No Sleep Tonight", "Gap in the Fence", "Havoc B", "Antwerpen", "The Jester", "Halcyon (Intro)", "Hectic", "I JUST FELL FROM THE MOTHERSHIP", and "Fanfare for the Conscious Man".

Flash flood of colour[change | change source]

The newest album to be released by Shikari includes songs such as "Arguing With Thermometers" and "Warm smiles do not make you welcome". The band toured this album multiple times. Their final tour was named "Flash flood of Christmas".

Take to the Skies[change | change source]

Take to the Skies was the debut studio album by Enter Shikari. It was released on March 25, 2007 by Christopher Bowman Records.

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