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Pears

New Orleans punk quartet Pears blasted onto the picture in 2014 using their short bursts of hardcore fury. Produced by Zach Quinn (vocals) and Brian Pretus (electric guitar) — both previously from the Lollies — Pears also counted Alex Talbot (bass) and John Bourgeois (drums) in the initial lineup. They …

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Motosierra

Motosierra hailed from Montevideo, Uruguay, where in fact the quartet came together following the past due-’90s demise of Uruguayan works like Chicos Electricos and Mix. With influences such as for example Dwarves, Turbonegro, Puffball, Motörhead, and G.G. Allin, Motosierra’s audio was a ramrod stream of brutal punk chording, screamed vocals, …

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The Riptides

Canadian punk rockers the Riptides hail from Ottawa, Ontario, forming in the middle-’90s with an intense pop sound that nodded towards the Queers and Ramones as very much since it did the Dwarves and Meatmen. Their initial record was released in past due 1997, and the people — twins Andy …

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Mono Men

About two hours from Seattle, in the seaside town of Bellingham, WA, the Mono Men pursued their campy retreat to ’60s rock revivalism via the Sonics, the Wailers, and plenty of teen exploitation flicks, but avoid being fooled — their music is loud, fast, and aggressive. The Mono Guys doubled …

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New Bomb Turks

Four guys keeping English levels from Ohio Condition University, the brand new Bomb Turks have already been declared as market leaders in the punk rock and roll trend by spiked-haired, hardcore punkers all over the place. They aren’t pop-punk, but ferociously intense and fast, borrowing in the Pagans, Dead Guys, …

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Scissorfight

New Hampshire punk rockers Scissorfight shaped in 1995 in the city of Portsmouth. The initial lineup contains guitarist Jay Fortin (who prefers the stage titles Geezum H. Crow and F*** You), bassist Jarvis, and drummer Joel Muzzey. Mixing extreme genres such as for example grindcore and post-hardcore, the music group …

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Vision

Hardcore punksters Eyesight plug in old-school ’70s punk and components of metal to get a thirsty, brash audio, and such a disposition offers allowed the music group to determine themselves in a variety of pockets over the U.S. because the past due ’80s. They possess captured their strength on many …

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feedtime

Australia’s feedtime (the name was deliberately spelled having a lower-case f) earned a rabid cult following for his or her primal and bruisingly powerful, bass-heavy audio, a walloping fusion of punk rock and roll, blues, and hard rock and roll. Feedtime was created in 1979 by a set of close …

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Swingin’ Utters

One of the most traditional-sounding of California’s punk revival rings, Swingin’ Utters formed in the past due ’80s around a first-name-only lineup of vocalist Johnny, guitarists Utmost and Darius, bassist Kevin, and drummer Greg. Originally located in Santa Cruz, these road punks later shifted to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and …

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Zeke

West Coastline thrashers Zeke establishes an awful disposition while slicing teeth independently brash hardcore punk. A foursome since 1993, Zeke provides released a small number of EPs and full-lengths through Wrecking Ball Information and IFA Information, but inked a cope with Epitaph in 1998. Kicked in one’s teeth came up …

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