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Hot Cross

A seething mass of hardcore energy and screamo vocals, Philadelphia’s Hot Mix certainly are a fortuitous collision of skill from a small number of noteworthy punk rings, including users of Saetia, Southpaw, Joshua Match for Fight, You and We, and Off Small, although group’s music has were able to steer …

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Hot Water Music

The Gainesville, Florida-based post-hardcore quartet WARM WATER Music were formed in 1994 by bassist Jason Dark, drummer George Rebelo, and singer/guitarists Chuck Ragan and Chris Wollard. Debuting in 1995 using the 7″ “Consuming the Filler,” they quickly returned using the EP Drive for Gold coin, rounding out the entire year …

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Hoover

Hoover, produced in Washington, D.C., in the summertime of 1992, might have just been around briefly (they split up within the springtime of 1994), however the music group had a significant effect on post-hardcore music. In early stages, Hoover was wrongly dubbed a Fugazi copycat, but performed extreme, angular, ominous …

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A Loss for Words

Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, A Reduction for Words adhere to in the footsteps of fellow New Englanders 4 12 months Strong, delivering traveling pop-punk from your Beantown area. Comprised of vocalist Matt Arsenault, guitarists Nevada Smith and Marc Dangora, bassist Mike Adams, and drummer Jack port McHugh, the music group …

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Underøath

Since their inception, Florida’s Underøath have evolved from a run-of-the-mill Christian metalcore band right into a fluid, dynamic, and energized rock and roll group that adeptly blends emotive melody, charged punk rock and roll rhythms, along with a chunky, participating bottom end. Underøath shaped in 1998 in vocalist Dallas Taylor’s …

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I Am Ghost

First, back the first flush of punk, there is the alluringly spooky Siouxsie as well as the Banshees, followed quickly with the reunited second go-round from the Damned, when singer Dave Vanian’s comic reserve interpretations of Dracula as well as other horror-themed topics had been the band’s primary focus. After …

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Drowningman

Not conveniently pigeonholed, Drowningman’s blisteringly intense sound combines components of rock, modern hardcore, grinding noise, mathematics rock and roll, and emo (both in its melodic and progressive, Dischord-esque forms). The music group was formed within the improbable college city of Burlington, VT; its associates included vocalist Simon Brody, guitarists Javin …

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Twelve Tribes

Located in Dayton, OH, 12 Tribes are among the many metalcore rings that arrived from the Midwest in the past due ‘90s. Twelve Tribes (whose affects have got ranged from Zao to Slayer to Hatebreed) are not simple; exemplifying metalcore’s severe, ferocious and downright punishing character, the Ohio citizens prosper …

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Gatherers

NJ post-hardcore music group Gatherers construct high-energy, melodic rock that’s both confrontational and confessional. They produced in 2011 with vocalist Christian Berrigan, guitarists Austin Lipinski and Gianmarco Felix Guerra-Coletti, bass participant Matt Popowski, and drummer Adam Cichocki. Originally contacting themselves Gatherer, they released an EP, Postcards, in 2012 as well …

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Uphill Battle

The California hardcore/noisecore/grindcore quartet Uphill Fight got its begin in 1999, of which time these were going with the name Crawlspace. Their primary lineup contains guitarist/business lead vocalist Adi Tejada (previously from the music group Somnambulist), drummer/support vocalist Danny Walker (Destroy Babylon), bassist/support vocalist Graham Clise (Eat Shit & Die), …

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