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Give Up the Ghost

Boston hardcore thrashers QUIT the Ghost (Tim Cossar, electric guitar; Wes Eisold, vocals; Brian Masek, electric guitar; Matt Woods, bass; and Nate Helm, drums) originally produced in nov 1999 as American Problem, building a pursuing with local concert events and a intensely circulated demonstration cassette, which resulted in a cope …

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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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Die Young TX

Houston’s Die Youthful (TX) 1st rallied collectively in the wintertime of 2002 while simply Die Youthful, a identified and passionate team spouting sociopolitical hardcore that took direct motivation from bands want Catharsis, Integrity, Dark Flag, and Trial, furthermore to philosophers want Chomsky and Nietzsche. Pass away Young’s lineup rotated a …

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Reach the Sky

The Boston-based hardcore troupe of Reach the Sky combines a formula of fast-paced punk, hardcore breakdowns, and personal, sentimental lyrics. Comprising Chris Chasse (electric guitar), Brendan Maguire (bass), Bob Mahoney (drums), and Ian Larrabee (vocals), the quartet released their debut EP Everybody’s House in 1999 through Success Records. With evaluations …

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Diecast

The Boston-based Diecast formed in 1997 and quickly gained an area following among hardcore and metal fans in the region with their mixture of melody and heavy rock. By 1997, the group acquired recorded demos, that they implemented with an effective release by means of the six-song record Undo the …

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Grade

Toronto hardcore band Quality comprised singer Kyle Bishop, guitarists Greg Taylor and Shawn Magill, bassist Matt Jones and Chris Danner. Issuing their debut EP Distinct the Magnets in 1998, the group also gained notoriety opening rings including Fugazi, Jimmy Eat Globe and the Guarantee Ring; upon putting your signature on …

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Lamb of God

Originally known from the less-than-subtle moniker Burn the Priest, Richmond, Virginia-based Lamb of God made a decision to change their name soon after the release of the self-titled debut in 1998. Featuring vocalist Randy Blythe, guitarists Tag Morton and can Adler, bassist John Campbell, and drummer Chris Adler, the recently …

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All Shall Perish

Technical death metallic band All Shall Perish comes from Oakland, California, but their eponymous three-track demo had to create its way over the Pacific Sea and become embraced by Japan’s Amputated Vein Information to make feasible their initial album, Hate, Malice, Revenge, released in 2003. Founded a calendar year previous, …

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Single Bullet Theory

Drawing inspiration from your aggressive, vehement seems of black steel as well as the classic melodies of force steel, the Philly-based quartet Sole Bullet Theory created in 2000 from your ashes of Pissing Razor blades, Seven Witches, and Shadowdance. Matt Difabio (vocals, acoustic guitar), Billy Mez (bass), Carlos Alvarez (acoustic …

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To This Day

Metallic hardcore band EVEN TODAY was shaped in Grand Island, NY, in the summertime of 2004, and looked to idols like Hatebreed, EACH AND EVERY TIME We Die, and Throwdown for inspiration when honing their no-fuzz sound. Featuring vocalist DJ, guitarist Greg, bassist Ian, and drummer Monkis, the group quickly …

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