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Comeback Kid

Genre:Hardcore Punk
Comeback Kid (commonly abbreviated as CBK) is a Hardcore punk band from Winnipeg, Canada. Their name comes from a headline in a newspaper about hockey player, Mario Lemieux coming back to the NHL.The band was formed in 2002 by Andrew Neufeld and Jeremy Hiebert who were both members of the band Figure Four, which is currently on hiatus. They were joined by their friends Scott Wade and Kyle Profeta, but CBK was originally intended only to be a side project. Their initial popularity was mainly due to word of mouth within the hardcore scene.The band released Turn It Around on Facedown Records in 2003 before moving to Smallman Records in Canada and Victory Records in the rest of the world the following year. In July 2004 Comeback Kid and Figure Four both performed New Jersey. The played on day , Saturday the 24th of July.

In February 2005 Comeback Kid released their second album, "Wake the Dead". After some long tours, and Wade's departure from the band, leading to Neufeld becoming the band's vocalist, the band began recording their third album "Broadcasting". After the album's release bass player Kevin Call left the band, issuing a statement regarding leaving Comeback Kid.
"Life has called on me to go in a different direction - one that no longer involves playing bass guitar in Comeback Kid. These past few years has ever played a part in this band - whether you did a stage dive, bought a record, or put forth effort of the dudes the best of luck. We will be playing what will be my last shows in mid-December, including a show in my hometown of Minneapolis. So keep an eye out for those. Thanks. See you around."
In 2008 A CD/DVD was released called "Through The Noise" Which is a line from the song "Industry Standards" off of "Broadcasting..." . The Canadian "Through The Noise" tour followed the release of CD/DVD. It featured Bands Bane, Misery Signals, Shai Hulud, Grave Maker, and Outbreak. 


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