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The Modern Day Saint

Combining components of post-hardcore and rock and roll, the Modern Day time Saint first met up in the summertime of 2003 in traditional western Massachusetts. Fourteen days of offering CDs around the Warped Tour quickly earned the people — vocalist Daniel Lang-Gunn, guitarists Adam DiMuzio and Joe Urban, bassist Chad …

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King Snake Roost

Ruler Snake Roost’s debut EP, From Barbarism to Christian Manhood (1987), exemplified their large, guitar-driven design of garage area music. Immediately after its discharge, David Quinn changed bassist Michael Raymond as well as the music group transferred from Adelaide to Sydney where they released three singles: “HIGH CLASS Killer”/”A Surprise …

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Inquisition

Explosive and politically conscious post-hardcore outfit Inquisition just lasted a couple of years, but the eager energy and sincerity of the music motivated many who discovered them throughout their short run, including acts like WARM WATER Music, Anti-Flag, the Suicide Machines, Dashboard Confessional, Ensign, and much more. Inquisition produced in …

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Somerset

Somewhat twisting the pop-punk formula, Somerset churns away an electrical punk mix of rock, grit, and aggression that under no circumstances loses sight of basic pop sensibilities. Developing in Minneapolis, MN, in Sept 2002, the group comprises Forrest Olsen (vocals/ acoustic guitar), Claudio Rivera (drums), Matt Broadbent (bass), and Michael …

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Inhuman

Inhuman burst onto the punk and hardcore picture in NEW YORK in the summertime of 1995. Michael Scondotto (vocals), Larry Neiroda (acoustic guitar), and Nick Angileri (drums) founded Inhuman and quickly added Jay Nakleh (bass). It had been a static period for the hardcore motion, as well as the Brooklyn-based …

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Bitch Magnet

Area of the extended Squirrel Bait family members tree, Bitch Magnet was 1 of 2 rings that guitarist David Grubbs joined in the wake of his departure. Unlike another one, Bastro, Grubbs wasn’t a charter person in Bitch Magnet, nor was he the first choice; that duty dropped to bassist/vocalist …

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Clair de Lune

Minneapolis post-hardcore clothing Clair de Lune is made up of vocalist/guitarist Justin Burckhard, lead guitarist Tom Caughlan, bassist Jon Herr, keyboardist Adam Roddy, and drummer Ben Johnston. After liberating a self-titled work on the small Blue Worm label in August 2002, the group drawn the eye of and authorized to …

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Chavez

The angular indie rock unit Chavez was led by singer/guitarist Matt Sweeney, the former frontman of New Jersey’s Skunk. Following a group’s demise, Sweeney became a member of the brand new York music group Wider, including onetime Live Skull drummer Wayne Lo; when Wider dissolved in 1992, Sweeney started using …

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The Hurt Process

Hailing from Brighton, Britain, the Hurt Procedure sought to confirm that it wasn’t just American screamo rings which could skillfully combine steel, punk, emo, and hardcore into active and emotional tracks. Appearing for the picture in the first 2000s, the people — vocalists Tag Andrews and Daniel Laurence, guitarists Tom …

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Black Cross

Following demise of ’90s straight advantage heroes With the Grace of God, vocalist Rob Pennington and drummer Thommy Browne made a decision to take up a new chapter in 2001 using the Louisville, Kentucky-based Black colored Widows. But after drafting brothers Ryan (electric guitar) and Evan Patterson (bass) from Country …

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