A Chicago-based hardcore music group that took a solid political stance, Content of Beliefs were considered among the vanguards of this Midwestern city’s picture and released a small number of highly influential information. Fronted by previous protest vocalist and eventual background trainer Vic Bondi, Content of Faith initial came over the picture in 1981. Their initial EP, What WE WISH Is Free, premiered in 1982 and was accompanied by the Wait around EP in 1983 as well as the LPs Provide Thanks a lot (1984) and In This Lifestyle (1985), that have been both made by Bob Mould. While their early produces included a mélange of differing designs, their last launch, In This Existence, is among the information acknowledged with kick-starting the emocore audio. The music group (Bondi, vocals and acoustic guitar, Dave Shield, bass and vocals, Virus-X, drums, Dorian Tajbakhsh, acoustic guitar, and Joe Scuderi, acoustic guitar) split up in 1985. Bondi continued to create Alloy and Jones Extremely, released the EP Fortunate Boy in 2003, and made an appearance within the 2006 documentary American Hardcore. In 2002 punk rock and roll label mainstay Substitute Tentacles released Complete, Vol. 1 and Complete, Vol. 2, a thorough anthology from the band’s work.