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Agoraphobic Nosebleed

Going by guitarist/bassist/drum programmer Scott Hull (also of Pig Destroyer and formerly of the.C. aswell), grindcore nut-cases Agoraphobic Nosebleed possess existed in a variety of forms since 1994. Their bleak, punishing audio mixes jointly caustic vocals, severe (and inhumanly fast) drum-machine beats, and Hull’s Earache-schooled electric guitar riffing. Their music …

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Adolescents

Among Southern California’s best-loved hardcore rings, the Children helped establish the blueprint for Orange State punk, along with Agent Orange and Public Distortion. Although their music was the many standard-issue from the three, the Children’ blazing energy and quintessential teenage snottiness provided them an instantaneous reference to their market, and …

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Another Victim

Another Victim was on the forefront from the burgeoning vegan straight-edge-oriented metalcore motion of the past due ’90s. Hailing from your same Syracuse, NY, hometown of genre regular bearers, close friends, and supporters Globe Problems, Another Victim’s lyrics attacked medication and animal misuse, pornography, and racism as savagely as their …

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Thumb

With their origins firmly put into hardcore punk, the German-based quintet of Thumb met up in 1993. Originally comprising Claus Grabke (vocals), Jan Hendrik Meyer (bass), Axel Hilgenstoehler (acoustic guitar), and Steffen Wilmking (drums), Jens Goessling (turntables) was ultimately put into the lineup for his contribution of sampling methods, instead …

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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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ANTiSEEN

Best known seeing that the backing music group in G.G. Allin’s Murder Junkies LP, ANTiSEEN was a longstanding “destructo” punk work that initial noticed the light of time in 1983. Located in NEW YORK, ANTiSEEN embraced a unusual mix of redneck rock and roll, punk, pro-wrestling, and on-stage antics that …

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Anti-Flag

Producing their debut at an area Pittsburgh radio place in 1993, Anti-Flag met up with regard to giving an answer to their disgust at religion, nationalism, and fascism. Justin Sane (vocals/electric guitar), Andy Flag (bass/vocals), and Pat Thetic (drums) bopped around their hometown very much towards the dismay of skinheads …

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The Vandals

Orange State punk veterans the Vandals traced their root base back to the initial times of their regional picture, but didn’t really produce much of a direct effect as saving artists before ’90s. By that point, their snide, terminally juvenile laughter and catchy punk-pop experienced done too much to arranged …

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The Unseen

Boston hardcore punk quintet the Unseen formed in 1993 around senior high school friends Tag Unseen (vocals/drums), Tripp Underwood (vocals/bass), and business lead guitarist Scott Unseen. With remarkably small member turnover, the lineup quickly also included Paul Russo (acoustic guitar/vocals), while drummer Pat Melzard became a member of up in …

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A Perfect Murder

Growing in 2000, the heavy-hitting seems of Montreal’s AN IDEAL Murder stem from a combined mix of classic rock, thrash, and early hardcore punk affects blended right into a brutal combination of Hatebreed-like breakdowns, harsh vocals, dense rhythms, and searing guitar prospects and solos. A yr after developing, the group …

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