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Hit the Switch

Located in Riverside, CA, Strike the Switch shaped in 2001 and released their initial EP that same year. Following album’s release, different member adjustments ensued; the band’s lineup ultimately solidified around vocalist/guitarist Matthew Hawks, bassist Ray Ramirez, drummer Scott Perry, and guitarist Joel Urias. Another EP and a summertime 2005 …

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Les Trois Accords

A Canadian rock-band that got its begin in 1997 when founding people Olivier Benoit and Simon Proulx met up, Les Trois Accords released their initial album, Gros Mammouth Record, in 2003. A luxurious edition of this record, Gros Mammouth Record Turbo, hit cabinets in 2004, and included two bonus paths …

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Opus Däi

Progressive rock strap Opus Däwe were shaped in LA, CA, by drummer Jagger Gonzales, guitarist Atsushi Miyamoto, singer Chris Paul, and bassist Ryan Collier. The music group authorized to the Two times Blind label and released its debut recording, Tierra Trávideo game, on, may 21, 2006. After almost 2 yrs …

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The Chariot

Atlanta-based post-hardcore/alternate metallic act the Chariot is usually a showcase for singer Josh Scogin. Previously frontman for the favorite Christian nu-metallers Norma Jean (originally referred to as Luti-Kriss, before Dirty South rapper Ludacris eclipsed their limited recognition), Scogin remaining Norma Jean for undisclosed personal factors in 2003, following a launch …

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Charlie Simpson

Gravel-voiced vocalist Charlie Simpson could very well be the just pop star to help make the convincing transition from fresh-faced boy bander to genuine hard rock frontman. Delivered in Woodbridge, Suffolk in 1985, he was raised within a musical family members, with old brothers Edd and can, associates of indie …

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Harvey Pekar

Everyone requires a hero, and 1 cranky but passionate punk music group from Cleveland, Ohio offers embraced the name of 1 of its hometown’s underground symbols as its. The five people of Harvey Pekar called their group following the Cleveland-based article writer most widely known for creating the indie comic …

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Bloodsport

Bloodsport were a lesser-known portion of Chicago’s post-hardcore punk picture from the ’80s, which produced rings want Naked Raygun, the Effigies, and Big Dark. Following a demise of his 1st band Hit Under, guitarist Chris Bjorklund met up with vocalist Dave Bergeron, bassist Tom Woods, and drummer Joe Haggerty (Haggerty’s …

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Embrace

Anyone who also ever wondered how hardcore pioneer Ian MacKaye will make such a drastic changeover from your gritty, explosive, and terse music of Small Threat towards the expansive, melodic, and unpredictable audio of Fugazi will get the solution in Embrace. Along with Privileges of Planting season (fronted by Fugazi …

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I See Stars

I See Stars certainly are a hardcore music group who made their debut in 2005 having a cross style pulling from both screamo and electronica. Founded in Warren, Michigan, the music group features Devin Oliver (clean vocals), Andrew Oliver (unclean vocals, secrets, development, percussion), Brent Allen (guitars), and Jeff Valentine …

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Burn Halo

Burn off Halo is a mainstream hard rock-band led by past Eighteen Visions business lead singer Wayne Hart that produced its recording debut in ’09 2009. Located in Orange Region, CA, the music group was founded in 2007 by Hart following the dissolution of his previous music group, Eighteen Visions, …

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