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Break the Silence

When former 88 Fingers Louie and Rise Against guitarist Dan Precision joined the little-known Chicago-area hardcore task EVERYTHING ELSE Fails in 2002, it tripped a chain response that formed a complete new band. Accuracy came up to speed just as EVERYTHING ELSE Fails’ vocalist was departing, therefore he and AEF …

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Chris Foster

b. 23 Apr 1948, Yeovil, Somerset, Britain. A vocalist and guitarist, Foster 1st started playing in public areas in 1964 at regional folk night clubs. His influences at that time ranged from Cyril Tawney, to Davey Graham, ‘Big’ Expenses Broonzy and Louis Killen. Foster included both traditional and modern materials …

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The Calgary centered four-piece of Downway met up in 1995 following the breakup of S.P.We. and Blind Hate. Making use of their origins in hardcore and pop-punk, the lineup of Dave Jr., Dave Holmes, Isaac, and Ryan respectively used acoustic guitar, bass, drums, and vocals. Hourglass Information instantly released Downway’s …

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Acquiring their name from the ’80s sitcom, Belvedere started in Calgary, Alberta, in late 1995 because the three-piece of Steve Rawles (guitar/vocals), Brock (bass), and Dan Hrynuik (drums). Because the years advanced with their revolving lineup, Belvedere continued to be making use of their melodic pop-punk audio that appeared up …

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Berri Txarrak

Probably one of the most successful Basque-language rock and roll rings of their period, Berri Txarrak are an alternative solution rock band who have made their eponymous recording debut in 1997. Founded in 1994 in Lekunberri in Nafarroa (in Basque) or Navarra (in Spanish), the music group was originally a …

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