Canadian punk rock band Choke was formed in Edmonton, Canada in 1994 and it broke up in 2007. The original line up composed of Clay Shea, Jack Jaggard, Shawn Moncrieff and of Stefan Levasseur. The band released their first two albums (Lotion and Give’er) independently. The next album Needless to Say was released on Smallman Records. The album was praised by Exclaim! magazine as one of the top ten punk albums of the year. Forewood album (1999) was also a successful one as it entered the CMJ chart (US) and Earshot (Can) radio charts. The most successful album of the band is the last one Slow Fade Or: How I Learned To Question Infinity. The band was named as one of the most technically progressive bands on the planet by the Exclaim! magazine after the release of that album. You can download Choke’s best album in mp3 from our site. On April 3, 2007 the band announced about their end. The farewell tour was held in 2007.