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The Blackout Pact was a post-hardcore band from Denver, Colorado. They formed in the early summer of 2003. Some of their influences consist of: Hot Water Music, Small Brown Bike, Alkaline Trio, The Lawrence Arms, and Murder City Devils.
In October of 2004, Geoff Rickly (Thursday frontman, co-owner of Astro Magnetics) signed The Blackout Pact to the indie label Astro Magnetics. Geoff Rickly also produced their first CD Hello Sailor. They went on to tour with such bands as Fight Paris, Drowningman, The Lawrence Arms, The Fall Of Troy, The Draft, Rise Against, The Number 12 Looks Like You, Yellowcard, Heavy Heavy Low Low, Silverstein, Mae and more. They were well known for being a favorite to larger bands. In 2005 they released a video to the song "We Drink So You Don't Have to." The band was known for their heavy drinking.
November 2006, As reported on their Myspace, The Blackout Pact have decided to call broke up after a tour with Scary Kids Scaring Kids after one of the members stole one of the members of Scary Kids' laptop and got them kicked off the tour. It is undecided what the rest of the band will do at this point.
The band keeps updates on some band members concerning their musical careers on their myspace page.
* Mike Herrera - Vocals
* Mike Delmonico- Guitar/Backing Vocals
* Justin Hackl - Guitar/Backing Vocals
* Billy Joe Bailey - Bass/Backing Vocals
* Wisam Alshaibi - Drums/Backing Vocals
* Seth Piracci - Spiritual Advisor