Getting started as the hardcore group Pright in December 1997, Belgium’s Death Before Disco noticed various lineup and stylistic shifts since switching to its current name in 2000. Transporting over from Pright had been vocalist Stefaan Leleu and guitarists Birger Finaut and Frederik De Moor; the people took impact from rings like Converge and Cave Directly into explore a musical landscape somewhere within the metallic hardcore of Poison the Well as well as the nu steel from the Deftones. Antoine Cornet changed bassist Nanou in Sept 2000 prior to the men recorded four tracks for a divide with fellow countrymen Severance on Eyesight Spy Records. Before the record’s June 2001 discharge, Loss of life Before Disco appeared to broaden their sound with the addition of another vocalist who focus even more on performing to stability Leleu’s even more abrasive strategy. They experienced two performers before settling down with Jean-Pierre Mottin. After documenting another split discharge, this time around with California’s What Lays Within, even more lineup adjustments ensued. Ace Zec changed drummer Tijl Verhée and Leleu exited sometime later on to return to college. The split after that made an appearance in January 2003 on Goodlife Recordings, the label Death Before Disco experienced inked a cope with in the weeks prior. By the finish of the entire year, the music group featured a fresh bassist and single vocalist, Yannick Dumarey and Ioan Kaes, respectively. Collectively for under a 12 months, the recently minted quintet’s debut full-length, Party Bullet, was released in Apr 2004. Barricades adopted two years later on under an internationally permit with Lifeforce.