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Gatsbys American Dream

Punk rock and roll fans Bobby Darling and Nic Newsham weaned themselves in melodic punk revivalists like Lagwagon and Propagandhi until they made a decision to start a music group together. Drafting bassist Kirk Huffman and drummer Dustin McGhie, the music group christened themselves Gatsbys American Fantasy and attemptedto start …

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Funeral for a Friend

Funeral for any Friend’s energized mixture of emo, metallic, and post-hardcore was made by vocalist Matt Davies, guitarists Kris Roberts and Darran Smith, bassist Gareth Davies, and drummer Randy Richards. The Welsh quintet 1st made an appearance in 2002 with some EPs and singles, including Between Purchase and Model, Four …

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Emanuel

Gritty emo-rockers Emanuel shaped in 1998 amid much indie rock scene within their hometown of Louisville, KY. In the beginning coming together during junior high, the group — Matt Breen (vocals/acoustic guitar), Bryan Whiteman (bass), Matthew Barber (acoustic guitar), and Anthony Brock (drums) — drew impact from bands just like …

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Bleed the Dream

Created in 2003, Bleed the Desire has a passionate screamo-rock cross sound. The music group met up in LA, originally made up of L.A. natives Dave Aguilera (acoustic guitar/secrets) and Scott Gottlieb (drums) alongside Baltimore natives Brandon Thomas (vocals) and Keith Thompson (bass/vocals). Following a D.We.Con. ethic and boasting collective …

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Coheed and Cambria

Although originally formed like a rock trio in 1995, New York’s Coheed and Cambria officially took main in 2001, shedding their former name of Shabutie and embracing a fusion of intensifying rock, emocore, and extremely conceptual album themes. Vocalist/guitarist Claudio Sanchez, guitarist Travis Stever, bassist Michael Todd, and drummer Joshua …

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Boys Night Out

Ontario-based pop-punk/emo/lotsa yelling combo Boys PARTICULAR DATE included vocalist Connor Lovat-Fraser, guitarists Jeff Davis and Rob Pasalic, bassist Dave Costa, and drummer Ben Arseneau. They debuted in 2002 with Broken Bone fragments and Bloody Kisses (Ferret Music) and instantly started a furious touring routine that could continue almost unabated before …

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The Banner

Your Murder Mixtape, the Banner’s 2003 full-length for Blackout, opened using a melody called “Zombie Onslaught.” Which should give you a concept of the actual quartet’s particular undertake metalcore appears like — guts and ghouls and screaming loss of life, shipped over jagged hardcore melodies and amplified with loss of …

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Alexisonfire

The combo that brought post-hardcore towards the Canadian mainstream, Alexisonfire formed in Saint Catharines, Ontario, in 2001. Vocalist George Pettit, guitarist/vocalists Dallas Green and Wade MacNeil, bassist Steele, and drummer Jesse Ingelevics debuted in 2002 using a self-titled work for the Toronto-based Distort imprint. The record did perfectly in Canada, …

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Monty Are I

Adding some brass instrumentation to post-hardcore, Providence, Rhode Island quintet Monty Are I (previously called “Monty’s Fan Golf club” and “Monty”) are Steve Aiello (vocals, guitar), Mike Matarese (bass), Andrew Borstein (keyboard, trombone), and identical twins Justin Muir (drums) and Ryan Muir (vocals, guitar, trumpet). Furthermore to playing schedules on …

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Aphasia

The first 2000s had additional artists poking around with Aphasia being a deal with — an avant-garde electronicist right here, a death steel act there. But that didn’t end this California-based neo-emo (believe Thrice, Incubus) quartet from copping the name, as well. Jeff Harber (vocals), Drew DeHaven (electric guitar), Jayse …

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