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Black Breath

Originating in the city of Bellingham, WA and made up of vocalist Nate McAdams, guitarists F. Money and E. Wallace, bassist Elijah Nelson, and drummer J. Byrum Seattle-based Dark Breath quickly set up themselves as a favorite Emerald Town concert draw because of their crust-laden, metal-infused hardcore design, inspired by rings like Release, Poison Idea, and Wolverine Blues-era Entombed (who once protected the Repulsion monitor named “Dark Breathing,” coincidentally). January of 2008 noticed the independent discharge from the band’s four-track EP, Razor to Oblivion, which ultimately made its method in to the hands from the Southern Lord label, and led to a agreement for the band’s debut full-length, Large Breathing, which strike the roads in early 2010. The group’s sophomore work, Sentenced alive, found its way to 2012, once again on Southern Lord, adopted in 2015 by Slaves Beyond Loss of life.

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