Band Biography
The lads have been back in the studio at The Green Room with master engineer, mixer,producer,bater Mick Shelley recording new songs for a forthcoming album.
 Band Biography 
Band Biography-tn Blair Jones along with Mick and Steve Adkins are the core members of the band. Founded in 1994 as a side project from their various cover bands, the past 13 years has seen the Rogue Sharks sound develop into something of an eclectic rock style ranging from metal to hard rock to punk! When Steve was recruited in 1998 he brought to the band his skills as a producer and songwriter as well as his artistic flair for album cover and sleeve designs. The band has just released their first full length self-titled album in March 2007. The first single "Let Me Go" was released in October of 2005. If you want to listen to 'Let Me Go' and other Rogue Sharks songs, check out the links to MySpace and Bebo on the tab to the left of the screen.
 Rogue Shark Theory 
Rogue Shark Theory-tn During the years from 1916 to 1933 Australian surgeon, Doctor Victor M. Coppleson developed the theory of the "Rogue Shark". After extensive research, Coppleson distinguished the 'local rogue' from the long range cruising shark due to what he categorised as 'grouped attacks'- attacks on humans within a small locality. He suggests that a shark, once it had developed a taste for human flesh, would remain in an area or patrol certain beaches for human prey. e.g. Attacks on humans within a small locality. - Four attacks in the space of three years in the early 1920's at the Coogee-Bronte Beach areas. - Four people killed and several others injured within a week at Cartegena, Columbia in August 1951. (Details taken from 'Shark Attack Down Under' by Alan Sharpe - pages 32 - 34. See link page.