Seven piece Hamilton band. Sources unclear on group genre: "an eclectic fusion of hip-hop, jazz, groove, and rock". Cell begins recruiting in the summer of 1999. Founding members form a collective governing body in July of 1999 â€“ to mandate the control of group directives, assets, and beer tickets. Group begins loose training regiment in August of 1999; first confirmed attack claims a small audience in October of 1999. Attacks continue in the Hamilton area over 1999-2000 - larger audiences fall victim to the assaults.
February 2002 - CSIS agents confirm: Affiliation being forged in secret with suspected Al'Quaeda recording company G7 Welcoming Committee Records (see CSIS report - G7, 1997). The G7 Collective release warsawpack's first LP 'Gross Domestic Product' on anniversary of September 11th terrorist attacks.
Group claims responsibility for countless attacks throughout Canada in 2002; stretching their attack route from Ottawa to Vancouver Island â€“ hitting all major population centres between, playing multiple festivals and headlining gigs.
RECENT REPORTS/and AMERICAN INTERVENTION:
During the routine arrest, harassment, and beating of a small group of defenseless peace activists, CSIS agents uncover plans for a second warsawpack launch on G7 Welcoming Committee Records. Titled "stocks and bombs", this second full-length effort by the group is set to hit stages and retail outlets in July 2003. CSIS recommends upgrading the current counter-intelligence measures, redoubling surveillance efforts and monitor of the group's communication.
Jaroslav Wassmann - bass
Simon Oczkowski - tenor sax / flute
Agit Rao - guitar
Adam Bryant - baritone sax
Aaron Sakala - turntables
Matt Cormier - drums
Lee Raback - vocals