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Void

From Columbia, Maryland, this US punk music group is best appreciated for its brief and frantic presence in the Washington, DC, hardcore scene of the first 80s. The interracial line-up highlighted John Weiffenbach (vocals), Bubba Dupree (electric guitar), Chris Stover (bass), and Sean Finnegan (drums), and was uncommon for the …

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MDC

Based in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA through the ’80s, MDC trumped the Dead Kennedys by carrying out politically billed hardcore punk which was arguably more extreme than what got the Kennedys into issues. Alternately referred to as Multi-Death Company, Millions of Lifeless Cops, or An incredible number of Damn Christians, …

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M.I.A.

Rescued from your brink by way of a well-timed proceed to Southern California, M.We.A. 1st got its begin like a NEVADA punk take action by the name of the Swell. After some lineup shifts along with a proceed to Orange Region, M.We.A. was created, and tracks had been recorded as …

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Dead to Fall

Chicago metalcore clothing Deceased to Fall in the beginning came collectively in 1999, undergoing numerous lineup shifts throughout its existence. The music group debuted to rave evaluations in 2002 with Victory Information’ Everything I Contact Falls to Parts. Players on the first album contains Jonathan Hunt (vocals), Bryan Lear (electric …

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Dead Serious

Created in Raleigh, NEW YORK, this band documented a demo in past due 1999. After documenting the demonstration, a full-length studio room album premiered in 2000 on Group Jaybird Information. The recording received some regional praise because of its intense sound and Lifeless Serious earned compliment for a dynamic live …

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Hookers

The Lexington, Kentucky hardcore band the Hookers was led by singer Adam Neal, an alumnus of Nine Pound Hammer and Nashville Pussy. Also offering guitarist Noel Reucroft, bassist Pat Smith and drummer Paul Bishop, the Hookers released their debut LP Satan’s Highway in 1998. Dark Visions of Crimson Knowledge followed …

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Descendents

Fueled by “rejection, food, coffee, girls, angling and food,” the Descendents sprang up through the halcyon days of the LA punk scene; fusing the blind trend of hardcore with an unexpectedly wry, self-deprecating wit and a solid melodic sensibility that arranged them distinctly aside from their Western Coastline brethren, they …

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Where Fear & Weapons Meet

South Florida had by no means seen much achievement from its hardcore picture. Obscure rings playing at little clubs all around the map. Where Dread And Weapons Match, from Fort Lauderdale, arrived on the nationwide scene making use of their 1998 self-titled EP documented and stated in South Florida. In …

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G.B.H.

The influential, long-lived punk metal band G.B.H. increased to prominence in Britain through the early ’80s when hardcore punk started inching toward rock. Originally created in 1979 in Birmingham, Britain, G.B.H. in the beginning known as itself Charged G.B.H. to differentiate itself from another music group using the same name. …

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Demolition Hammer

NY City’s Demolition Hammer arrived in the East Coastline thrash metal picture circa 1986; immediately after, their first demonstration tape, Skull Fracturing Problem, began producing the rounds of indie record brands and tape-trading supporters alike. Another demonstration, entitled Necrology, appeared two years afterwards and proved sufficient to protected the group …

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