No Use For a Name Frontman Tony Sly Dead at 41
An investigator with the Santa Clara County Medical Examiners Office has confirmed her agency is in possession of Sly's body.
No Use for a Name began in San Jose in 1987 and were originally known as a hardcore punk band. They found mainstream success in the '90s with a poppier sound, releasing nine records including their last effort, 2008'sThe Feel Good Record of the Year.
Reports as far back as 2010 stated that the band was at work on another as-of-yet unreleased album.
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