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Sworn Enemy

Queens, NY, metal-hardcore cross types group Sworn Foe have already been playing jointly since 1997. Vocalist Sal “Foe” LoCoco, drummer Paulie Antignani, and guitarists Lorenzo Antonucci and Mike Raffello gigged frequently in the brand new York area, ultimately attracting the eye of Hatebreed vocalist Jamie Jasta, who released the group’s …

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No Turning Back

Using the relative simplicity inherent in modern punk and hardcore, it’s been problematic for some bands to stick out over others. Occasionally an odd mixture of geography and impact continues to be essential for a music group to make an effect outside of a small number of self-glued 7″ EPs …

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Donnybrook!

Formed in LA, CA, in 2003, Donnybrook! experienced various lineup adjustments before buying vocalists Dre Stewart and Bo Thomson, guitarists Martin Stewart and Pat Burgess, bassist Danny Banura, and drummer Artwork Banura. Donnybrook! are strict hardcore purists who released THERE IS NO Like for the Insincere EP in 2004 through …

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Rosemary’s Billycoat

Los Angeles-based Rosemary’s Billygoat is another entry within the theatrical rock and roll sweepstakes, having a stage display which includes crucifixion (on the fuzzy crucifix), a “pentagram pizza,” fire-breathing, as well as the impaling of the Barbie doll on the power drill. Band outfits incorporate such products as skulls, bone …

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Dead Hearts

Produced in 2004, and already courted by indie brands shortly thereafter, Deceased Hearts is really a hardcore group from Buffalo, NY, offering vocalist Derek Dole, guitarists Pauly Concern and Jeremy Smith (ex-the Control), bassist Tom Mayer, and drummer Josh Heatley (ex-the Pavers). Possessors of the distinctly melodic and slower-paced songwriting …

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Death by Stereo

Loss of life by Stereo can be an aggressive steel/hardcore cross types from Southern California, who all took its name from a series within the 1987 vampire flick The Shed Children. The band’s lineup underwent many adjustments throughout its careeer, however the men always persevered using a “never quit, never …

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First Blood

Metallic hardcore unit Initial Bloodstream emerged from San Francisco’s Bay Area in 2002, shaped privately by Terror members Carl Schwartz (vocals) and Doug Weber (guitar), both of whom had also previously played out in Sworn Vengeance. Socially and politically conscious in their strategy (Schwartz is really a staunch vegan), First …

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Vision of Disorder

Long Isle, NY’s Eyesight of Disorder built a big local following using its extreme, socially aware mixture of hardcore and thrash metallic, resulting in a contract using the Roadrunner Records-distributed Supersoul label. Guitarists Matt Baumbach and Mike Kennedy created the music group in 1992 with vocalist/lyricist Tim Williams, drummer Brendon …

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grade 8

When Ryan and Dustin Tooker were messing about the Shirt Shore within the mid-’90s, programs for a music group were inevitable. One night Dustin’s band required a vocalist for any show in the last second. That’s when Ryan stepped in and wowed the masses with his psychological stage persona, and …

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M.O.D.

Hardcore music group led by Billy Milano, whose name means “Ways of Devastation.” Milano’s lyrical subject material mostly concerns politics corruption and assault. He was the vocalist for the hardcore/thrash fusion supergroup S.O.D.

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