California offers birthed countless hardcore rings — it looks like every couple of years, there’s a music group that leads a fresh charge. And through the early to middle ‘90s, that music group was Strife. Made up of people Rick Rodney (vocals), Andrew Kline (acoustic guitar), Chad Peterson (bass), and Aaron Rosi (drums), the quartet originally shaped during 1991, within their house base of LA, California. Putting your signature on on with Caroline Information, Strife released their debut recording, One Truth, in 1994, before putting your signature on on with among the country’s leading hardcore brands, Victory. 1996 noticed the release of the seven inch sole, “Gray,” and a house video, 1 Truth Live, which documented what it had been prefer to a touring hardcore music group in the ‘90s (warts and everything). A calendar year later, Strife released their sophomore work, ON THIS Defiance, a documenting which the quartet attemptedto broaden their audio, as it highlighted guest areas from associates of such acclaimed non-hardcore works as Fear Stock, Sepultura, as well as the Deftones. But simply when it appeared things had been gong best for the music group, Strife announced their disbandment in early 1998. Sporadic reunion concerts implemented (and a collection of assorted items, 1999’s Truth Through Defiance, and nearly exactly 2 yrs later, Strife made a decision to reform. In 2001, Strife released their third studio room album, Angermeans, that was implemented up by their initial main tour in almost four years.