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With Honor

Upon forming in 2002, the associates of Connecticut straight-edge music group With Honor (vocalist Todd Mackey, guitarist brothers Jay and Jeff Aust, bassist Jack port Caron, and drummer John Ross) lived by way of a strict code of ethics, including a drug-free, vegetarian life style that fueled the short metalcore …

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Havoc

Among the less-heralded architects of ’90s hardcore rap, Queens indigenous producer-MC Havoc (given birth to Kejuan Muchita) hardly ever received exactly the same degree of credit accorded to Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, but his productions on his albums with Prodigy as Mobb Deep — specifically 1995’s common The Infamous — were …

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The Killers

Few rings in the first 2000s rose so quickly towards the forefront of pop music because the Killers. With a variety of ’80s-designed synth pop and fashionista attraction, the band’s street-smart debut, Sizzling hot Fuss, became among 2004’s biggest produces, spawning four singles and catapulting the group — especially their …

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Godhead

The first music group signed to Marilyn Manson’s label, Posthuman Records, the industrial goth music group Godhead experienced a kick-start with their career after many years of relentless touring and playing within the underground picture in their local town of Washington, D.C. Their intense, industrial sound captured the eye of …

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Heavens to Betsy

Pioneering riot-grrrl duo Heavens to Betsy was shaped in 1991 by singer/guitarist Corin Tucker and drummer Tracy Sawyer, longtime friends through the Eugene, OR area who started collaborating on music while attendng Evergreen Condition College in Olympia, WA. Some compilation looks preceded the band’s Destroy Rock Stars solitary “These Monsters …

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HavocHate

NY City’s HavocHate has an assortment of loss of life and thrash steel not really unlike that produced well-known by Pantera, and was formed in the past due ’90s by guitarist Freddy Ordine. Also offering vocalist Tim Mallek, guitarist Mario Rodriguez, bassist Dave Ludwig, and drummer Osvaldo Rodriguez, the music …

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The Blackout Pact

The Blackout Pact formed in early summer 2003 in Denver, CO, after a lot of the members were kicked away from their former bands. Steeped within the impact of works like Small Dark brown Bicycle, the Lawrence Hands, Murder Town Devils, Leatherface, and specifically WARM WATER Music, the post-hardcore clothing …

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Damnation A.D.

Damnation A.D. was among the first rings who arose through the U.S. hardcore picture to almost totally forgo their punk origins and only a full-on, heavy-handed, dark-metallic assault like the early-’90s function of Cleveland, OH’s Integrity. Just Mike “DC” McTernan’s razor-sharp, biting, shouted vocal design, similar to Rollins-era Dark Flag, …

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Death Before Dishonor

Area of the Boston hardcore picture, Loss of life Before Dishonor started in 2001 in the remains to be of Incision, Fuse, and Group of Pain. Just like the likewise mosh-worthy Hatebreed, in addition they have a “back again to basics” method of American hardcore, fusing quickness, metallic riffs, as …

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Gliss

Playing dark, moody pop music that suggests My Bloody Valentine eliminated garage rock and roll, Gliss discovered the hard way that less is certainly more once the initial lineup of the group split. LA natives Martin Klingman and David Reiss, who exchanged off on bass and electric guitar, were disappointed …

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