Still Life
Still Life
Orgin Moorpark, California/San Fernando Valley, California
Genres Emo, Emocore, Screamo
Years Active 1989-2003
Country of origin United States of America
Labels Anomaly, Rhetoric Records, Tree Records, Ebullition Records, Sunflower Tribe, Greyday Records
Associated Acts Evergreen, Cerberus Shoal, Jara, Resin
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Still Life was a 3-piece rock band from Moorpark, California and the San Fernando Valley, California. They helped define Emo, Emocore and Screamo. They were born as Monster Club but changed name in 1991 when singer Rick Rodney joined Strife. In 2003 all of their instruments were stolen from Chris Pitzel's truck parked on the street in front of their house after a show. Former Members Paul Rauch and David Pitzel have started a new band named Old Ground signed to Still Life's label, Sunflower Tribe.


Paul Rauch
David Pitzel
Chris Pitzel


Still Life VS Evergreen split (Anomaly)
Still Life (Rhetoric Records)
Slow Children at Play (Rhetoric)
Still Life VS Cerberus Shoal split (Tree Records)
From Angry Heads with Skyward Eyes (Ebullition Records)
Still Life VS Jara split (Sunflower Tribe)
Still Life VS Resin split (Sunflower Tribe)
The Madness and the Gackle (Sunflower Tribe)
Slow Children at Play and Beyond (Sunflower Tribe)
Limitations, Boundaries, and Failures (Greyday Records)
The Incredible Sinking Feeling (Greyday Records)

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