Based in LA, CA, Brick Shower focuses on metalcore –a ferocious, harsh, claustrophobic, brutally unforgiving design of alternative steel that is greatly inspired by punk. Brick Shower (whose influences range between Suicidal Tendencies to Pantera to Dark Angel) provides everything one typically needs from metalcore, including chugging guitars, irritated lyrics, extremely fast tempos, along with a tortured, screaming vocal design. But the music group also offers hooks and true song buildings, which pieces their metalcore aside from most of the grindcore and loss of life metal/black steel that arrived in the past due ‘80s, ‘90s, and 2000s. It might be a extend to contact Brick Shower melodic, although they perform have some feeling of melody (to a spot, anyway). Created in 1996, Brick Shower was originally referred to as Epitaph; whatever name these were using, the Southern Californians possess always preferred a take-no-prisoners strategy. On the way, they got a cope with the impartial Chainsaw Information and were authorized by label mind Woody Barber. However when Chainsaw went of business, Brick Shower found themselves with out a record offer. Nonetheless, they continued tour and made an appearance on expenses with well-known metallic rings like Exodus, Testament, Flotsam & Jetsam, and Crowbar. Brick Shower has had a solid supporter in supervisor Joel Maitoza, most widely known for his years using the exciting past due-‘80s/early-‘90s funk-metal music group 24-7 Spyz (who have been often in comparison to Living Color). In the first 2000s, Brick Shower authorized with Crash Music, a little, metal-oriented label located in Phoenix, AZ. Crash released I WILL NOT Live the Lay (the band’s 1st recording as Brick Shower) in 2002; their second Crash album, Rebuilt, arrived the next year. In 2003, Brick Bath’s lineup contains business lead vocalist Cody Hubbard (who changed Joey McCaw), guitarist Eric Meyer (previously of Dark Angel), bassist Pete Rock (previously of D.F.A. and Teabag), and drummer Scott Babbel.