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Cloak/Dagger

Apparently as well busy to place a straightforward ampersand and several spaces within their band name, Cloak/Dagger are something of the post-hardcore supergroup, gathering members of varied minor hardcore acts from your Richmond, VA, area: singer Jason Mazzola (Count Me Away, Time Flies), guitarist Colin Barth (Trial simply by Fire, …

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Thursday

A significant participant in the first 21st century’s post-hardcore picture, Thursday shaped in 1997 in New Brunswick, NJ. Led by vocalist Geoff Rickly, the band’s preliminary lineup also included bassist Tim Payne, drummer Tucker Guideline, and guitarists Steve Pedulla and Tom Keeley. After issuing their debut, 1999’s Waiting around, through …

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Tim Mac

Some suppliers are forever connected with a particular artist among others, like Minneapolis’ Tim Mac, are connected with a picture. In Mac’s case that picture revolves around the band of guitar-driven, post-punk rings that documented for the Minneapolis-based Amphetamine Reptile label. An associate of a music group himself, Halo of …

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This Day Forward

This US metalcore band was formed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1997 by Mike Shaw (vocals), his brother Gary Shaw (bass), Randy Wehrs (guitar), Mike Golen (guitar), and Colin Frangicetto (drums). Accumulating a grassroots pursuing in their indigenous Pennsylvania, the music group issued Fragments OF THE Untold Story Created By Shunning …

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These Arms Are Snakes

Artsy Seattle post-hardcore act These Hands Are Snakes mixes the urgency and intense vocal design of punk using the exploded music structures and specialized complexity of the initial wave of math rock rings. This fusion is really a logical progression through the bandmembers’ former tasks: vocalist Steve Snere was previously …

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Across Five Aprils

Hailing from Chattanooga, TN, where Steve Taylor (vocals), Zak Towe (guitar/vocals), Jarrod Smith (guitar), Jason Barry (bass), and Drew Miller (drums) started playing together in Sept 2001, screamo music group Across Five Aprils peddled their MP3s online and toured locally before documenting A Tragedy happening, their debut record for Indianola …

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There Were Wires

Boston-area rockers THERE HAVE BEEN Wires presented a severe mixture of melodic vocals and vicious electric guitar on the self-titled debut record. Piecing together their very own record while first arriving jointly in Martha’s Vineyard, the music group released an eponymous debut independently label to market their efforts. Immediately after, …

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36 Crazyfists

Identical parts emo and metallic, Portland, OR, quartet 36 Crazyfists — named following a Jackie Chan movie — comprised members Brock Lindow (vocals), Steve Holt (guitar/vocals), Mick Whitney (bass), and Thomas Noonan (drums). Originally produced in Dec of 1994 in Anchorage, AK, the quartet performed out locally before relocating to …

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The Used

The members from the Used needed to overcome poverty, homelessness, and drug abuse, not forgetting the straitlaced attitudes of the hometown of Orem, Utah, to create their screamo-tinged make of post-hardcore alive. However they persevered and gained a agreement with Reprise Information, liberating their self-titled debut recording in June 2002. …

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Daughters

Regardless of the band’s deliberately innocuous sounding name, Daughters are a fitness in intensive grindcore noise. Although all-male quintet is certainly from Providence, RI, evaluations to Japanese sound serves like Melt Banana as well as the Boredoms aren’t without merit. Daughters’ music is certainly slightly much less chaotic and much …

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