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Suicide Commandos

Before Prince, Hüsker Dü, Spirit Asylum, as well as the Substitutes dominated and defined the Minneapolis rock scene from the ’80s, three guys, Chris Osgood, Steve Almaas, and Dave Ahl, had a swinging small punk rock combo called the Suicide Commandos. They produced only two information, one of these a …

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Uzi

Arrive guitarist/vocalist Thalia Zedek shaped this short-lived music group in Boston with drummer Danny Lee in the mid-’80s. These were later on became a member of by bassist Randy Barnwell, guitarist Bob Youthful, and tape professional Phil Milstein. Disbanded right before the discharge of their Homestead Recordings debut, Rest Asylum, …

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Frei.Wild

Hailing from Brixen in South Tyrol, Italy, Deutschrock music group Frei.Crazy was formed in Sept 2001 by Philipp Burger (vocals, acoustic guitar) and Jonas Notdurfter (acoustic guitar), who also then teamed up with bassist Jochen Gargitter and drummer Christian Fohrer. Affected by German rock and roll veterans Böhse Onkelz, the …

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Turnstile

A gritty, hard-hitting punk-metal device from Baltimore, Maryland, Turnstile’s mixture of vintage American hardcore and blistering, groove-laden metalcore invokes brands like Agnostic Entrance, Dag Nasty, Warzone, Loss of life Before Dishonor, and Cro-Mags. Shaped this year 2010 across the abilities of vocalist Brendan Yates, bassist Franz Lyons, drummer Daniel Fang, …

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Flour

Rifle Sport bassist Peter Conway (aka Flour), produced 4 albums of Midwestern industrial-punk for Contact & Go Documents in the first ’90s: Flour, LUV 713, Equipment Hill, and Fourth And Last.

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Rhythm Pigs

Rising from the dust particles of El Paso, TX, in 1983, the Rhythm Pigs surface through a complete crop of displays over the U.S. and European countries in the middle-’80s, which helped build on the local notoriety that that they had obtained for being among the just hardcore rings from …

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Frank Carter

Growing up enthusiastic about music, skateboarding, and painting, Hertfordshire, England singer/songwriter Frank Carter got a flavor for punk rock and roll early on, aiming to vibe using the Clash reports in his parents’ music collection. While he appreciated a few of it, the innovative youngster discovered the band a touch …

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Bleeding Kansas

Created in 2001, Blood loss Kansas comes from Burbank, CA, and includes vocalist Ben March, guitarist David Watrous, bassist Jeremiah Bignell, and drummer Daniel Pouliot. Influenced from the early-2000s convergence of hardcore, emo, screamo, and metallic, the quartet documented their 1st EP by using picture acquaintance Kurt Ballou (of Converge), …

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The Hostage Heart

Chris Diamantis (vocals), Nate Street (guitar), Jared Colby (guitar), Nate Fiske (bass), and Geoff Bahre (drums) constitute deathcore clothing the Hostage Center, that they founded in Worcester, MA, toward the finish of 2003. Originally contacting themselves Sky Reducing Superstars, the quintet quickly had taken their frightening rock onslaught (paradoxically filled …

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The Fix

Among the earliest from the Midwest’s hardcore rings, Lansing, MI’s the Repair played ferocious music in a recklessly fast swiftness, literally burning up through the arc of the band from delivery to crash in only 22 months. Comprising guitarist Craig Calvert, vocalist Steve Miller, drummer Jeff Wellman, and bassist Mike …

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