Garage Fuzz started as a trio - Alexandre (guitar/vocals), Fabrício (bass) and Daniel (drums) - in 1991. They first demo tape was named “Daylight”, with 6 songs.
After some staff changes, Fernando joined the group as second guitar and Marcos on the vocals, the guys release another demo tape, called “Garbage Funny Things”, in 1993.
Later, the group changed the line up once again, Marcos leaves the band, Alexandre back to vocals and Wagner assume the second guitar.
Still in 93, the group recorded the song “When All The Things”, the first single. Roadrunner Records signed with the band and in 1994 the first full lenght was released. “Relax In Your Favorite Chair” had 14 songs and changed the brazilian hardcore scene.
In 1995 and 1996, the band had it first tour all around Brazil and released a video of the song “When All The Things”.
In 1997, the band exit Roadrunner and recored another demo tape, “4 New Songs” and the EP “Confortable Dimensions For Suitable Structures”, released by Spicy Records. This EP has a version of “Dead Wrong” (Bullet Lavolta).
The band released its second full length, “Turn the Page… Season is changing”, in 1998 and signed with One Foot Records.
In 1999, the band toured with Seaweed. At this... Read More|
... time, the band had a good reputation on Brazil and had opened many shows of great bands, such as At The Drive In, Millencolin, No Fun At All, Shelter, Fugazi, Lagwagon and No Use For A Name.
Videoclip of “Replace” from “Turn the page…” was released in 2000, with a new demo tape called “Instant Moments”
September of 2001, the band released its 3rd full length and first live album, named “3500 Days Alive”, a reference to the 10 years of the band. The album has 16 songs recorded in a show @ Santos, Brazil (Garage Fuzz hometown).
After many tours around Brazil, one of them with Samiam, Garage Fuzz recorded a split album with Solea (formed by ex-members of Samiam and Texas is The Reason).
In 2005, the band released it 4th full lenght, named “The Morning Walk”.