Ten Second March formed in 2004 by Rob (Rotten) Costley. In 2005 the "Broken Knuckle Anthems EP" was released to critical acclaim and the band hit the road for an endless amount of shows over the next few years. In early 2007, the band released the "Noble Ribbon Boys" digital single that signaled a rebirth of sorts for the band. In the fall of 2008, the band released "The Path You Chose" on it's own Media Riot Records Imprint. The songs on this record describe a journey that most, if not all of us, can relate to. Songs like "Hey Jimmy" are a tribute to a fallen friend and brother and deal with issues of loss and grief. "Heroes of the Corner Bar" is a typical night out with our friends. The "Divided you fall" is a call out to our scene. The music is still straight up street rock with a punk influence. The themes are still working class, DIY, punk fuckin rock. Ten Second March prides itself on being nearly 100% DIY. We do all our own recording, writing, artwork, fliers, bookings, T-shirt printing, and almost everything else. We don't know how to do it any other way.
The band consists of Rob Rotten on vocals, Chris Flap on guitar/mandolin, Rabbit on drums, Tommy Gun on guitar, AHole Andy on bass, and sometimes, Dave O'Neil on Bagpipes. If you wanna see a high-energy punk rock show, look no further. The live show this band puts on is nothing less than legendary. Rotten is the kind of lead guy that makes sure everyone is paying attention and every last person is having fun.