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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #480 on: December 11, 2017, 02:56:15 PM »
Also, do people still really care about the Bad Brain’s homophobia? I’m not trying to justify it, and it’s great to stand up for your convictions, but I know a lot of gay Hardcore folks and in all my years, the issue’s never come up. Rock for Light, the Roir Cassette, Black Dots and I Against I have always just been considered mandatory by everyone.

yeah I've never really heard it brought up either.  the best thing to come out of that situation is the band Bloodclot Faggots from Australia putting out one of the better hardcore singles of the decade.

Where are you getting this information that Black Dots was released in 1978? Wikipedia says it wasn’t recorded until 1979. I can only find YouTube videos saying it was 1978.

And... Out of Vogue was released in January of 1979, recorded in 1978.  Black Dots was recorded in 79, and wasn’t even released until 1996 (not taking away from how amazing and ahead of their time they were.... apparently they’re big influence was the Ramones which shows how original they were).

I’m sure there was other stuff recorded around or before... like the above mentioned SS.  Shit, Discharge was playing in 77, 78 but didn’t release anything till 80.
Apparently Discharge started off by playing the Clash rip off type stuff. I can only imagine what that sounded like.

well hopefully it went over better than the Grave New World-tour!

http://truepunkmetal.blogspot.com/2012/07/discharge-live-at-farm-in-sf-sept-7th.html


Christ, those vocals.

EDIT: the second worst sellout record ever:
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« Reply #481 on: December 11, 2017, 06:29:40 PM »
Also, do people still really care about the Bad Brainís homophobia? Iím not trying to justify it, and itís great to stand up for your convictions, but I know a lot of gay Hardcore folks and in all my years, the issueís never come up. Rock for Light, the Roir Cassette, Black Dots and I Against I have always just been considered mandatory by everyone.

yeah I've never really heard it brought up either.  the best thing to come out of that situation is the band Bloodclot Faggots from Australia putting out one of the better hardcore singles of the decade.

Where are you getting this information that Black Dots was released in 1978? Wikipedia says it wasnít recorded until 1979. I can only find YouTube videos saying it was 1978.

And... Out of Vogue was released in January of 1979, recorded in 1978.  Black Dots was recorded in 79, and wasnít even released until 1996 (not taking away from how amazing and ahead of their time they were.... apparently theyíre big influence was the Ramones which shows how original they were).

Iím sure there was other stuff recorded around or before... like the above mentioned SS.  Shit, Discharge was playing in 77, 78 but didnít release anything till 80.
Apparently Discharge started off by playing the Clash rip off type stuff. I can only imagine what that sounded like.

well hopefully it went over better than the Grave New World-tour!

http://truepunkmetal.blogspot.com/2012/07/discharge-live-at-farm-in-sf-sept-7th.html


Christ, those vocals.

EDIT: the second worst sellout record ever:


the SSD footage from this era is hilarious.

true confession:  I actually kinda like Grave New World BUT only if you think of it as a glam/punk album, and try to forget that it's Discharge.  From a glam/punk perspective it's not bad... kinda like a more dark Guns and Roses or Hanoi Rocks. 

The vocals are horrific, which make it sound a little more punk than say the above mentioned bands.  Like I said, forget it's Discharge and a completely different genre and it's not bad.

another "try-and-bury-it" album from that era, Bad Religion's 'Into the Unknown'.  They were never that great, a few decent songs, but I feel like they're more at home with this weird new wave proggy rock album.  The Emerson, Lake, and Palmer-style synth noodling is hilarious.  They tried to forget it existed for years but thanks (no-thanks?) to youtube it's readily available.



when all those hardcore bands tried to rock out and be better musicians it had hilariously disastrous results.  I think Black Flag was the only band of that era that progressed into something kinda interesting.

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #482 on: December 12, 2017, 07:48:36 AM »
Also, do people still really care about the Bad Brainís homophobia? Iím not trying to justify it, and itís great to stand up for your convictions, but I know a lot of gay Hardcore folks and in all my years, the issueís never come up. Rock for Light, the Roir Cassette, Black Dots and I Against I have always just been considered mandatory by everyone.

yeah I've never really heard it brought up either.  the best thing to come out of that situation is the band Bloodclot Faggots from Australia putting out one of the better hardcore singles of the decade.

Where are you getting this information that Black Dots was released in 1978? Wikipedia says it wasnít recorded until 1979. I can only find YouTube videos saying it was 1978.

And... Out of Vogue was released in January of 1979, recorded in 1978.  Black Dots was recorded in 79, and wasnít even released until 1996 (not taking away from how amazing and ahead of their time they were.... apparently theyíre big influence was the Ramones which shows how original they were).

Iím sure there was other stuff recorded around or before... like the above mentioned SS.  Shit, Discharge was playing in 77, 78 but didnít release anything till 80.
Apparently Discharge started off by playing the Clash rip off type stuff. I can only imagine what that sounded like.

well hopefully it went over better than the Grave New World-tour!

http://truepunkmetal.blogspot.com/2012/07/discharge-live-at-farm-in-sf-sept-7th.html


Christ, those vocals.

EDIT: the second worst sellout record ever:


the SSD footage from this era is hilarious.

true confession:  I actually kinda like Grave New World BUT only if you think of it as a glam/punk album, and try to forget that it's Discharge.  From a glam/punk perspective it's not bad... kinda like a more dark Guns and Roses or Hanoi Rocks. 

The vocals are horrific, which make it sound a little more punk than say the above mentioned bands.  Like I said, forget it's Discharge and a completely different genre and it's not bad.

another "try-and-bury-it" album from that era, Bad Religion's 'Into the Unknown'.  They were never that great, a few decent songs, but I feel like they're more at home with this weird new wave proggy rock album.  The Emerson, Lake, and Palmer-style synth noodling is hilarious.  They tried to forget it existed for years but thanks (no-thanks?) to youtube it's readily available.



when all those hardcore bands tried to rock out and be better musicians it had hilariously disastrous results.  I think Black Flag was the only band of that era that progressed into something kinda interesting.
Boston and California seemed to have been hit the worst by that. TSOL, CH3 on the West and SSD, FUs/Straw Dogs from Boston are the saddest examples. I do think later RKL and Gang Green arenít without their charm. And there are a lot of great later period records from the Midwest (Effigies, Die Kreuzen) though Iím a bit biased. Either way, Brave New World is quite possibly the saddest sellout in any genre.

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #483 on: December 12, 2017, 08:30:00 AM »
One of my favorite rumors/potential truths is that if you went to a Bad Religion show with a copy of Into The Unknown they would buy it off you to destroy haha. They recently did that big box-set though of all their albums up to that point and did include it in there, so I guess they're finally embracing it, or at least just accepting it.
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« Reply #484 on: December 25, 2017, 05:49:55 AM »
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« Reply #485 on: December 29, 2017, 04:06:49 PM »
It's been too long since anyone's posted anything about Disclose, so here we go:


listening to Disclose has me listening to No Fucker, a great NY noise/crust band that is basically a Disclose rip but they did it oh so well.  (side note... i've never understood why more crust/d-beat bands didn't go for this noisy sound, crust always sounds too polished for my ears)




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« Reply #486 on: January 02, 2018, 11:50:28 AM »
   ^ Yah that Bad Religion album sounds funny but they're a collosal piece of shit anyway.
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« Reply #487 on: January 02, 2018, 12:36:40 PM »
Before we go too far away from talking about Grave New World era Discharge, here's a flyer from when Discharge played on the same bill as U2 and Slade.



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« Reply #488 on: January 04, 2018, 07:17:28 PM »
Been rocking this stuff a bunch lately.





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« Reply #489 on: January 07, 2018, 05:06:16 PM »
I feel like I post in this thread too much (at least compared to others, but I have no idea what these whipper snappers are going on about half the fucking time), but whatever. I've thrown these all on recently for nostalgia's sake.

Assfactor 4- One of a few sick SC Hardcore bands of the early '90s and the second best band ever with the word "Ass" in their name


Cold As Life- The best NYCHC band from Detroit


Snapcase- Yes, they're cool to hate on now, so hate on, douchebags


Neanderthal/Rorschach- The best split of the '90s?

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« Reply #490 on: January 07, 2018, 05:11:27 PM »
Been rocking this stuff a bunch lately.






I just noticed you posted Cold as Life (after I posted the same record). Great choice! They made Integrity sound like bed-wetting pussies (note: I'm a huge Integrity fan and yes, I realize they were all "chummy"). Seriously underrated band that I'm sure kids will start jocking within the next 5 years like they do with the Victory bands now. Or is that trend over?

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« Reply #491 on: January 07, 2018, 06:07:03 PM »
I don't know what the kids like, but you can't front on the hardest band, from the hardest town, from the hardest era of hardcore. Are you actually from Milwaukee? I grew up near there, and have been on a Milwaukee band kick. Since By Man, Seven Days of Samsara, and Protestant have been getting some good rotation on my record player during breaks from going through this big crate of country records I just picked up.
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« Reply #492 on: January 08, 2018, 01:13:47 PM »
I don't know what the kids like, but you can't front on the hardest band, from the hardest town, from the hardest era of hardcore. Are you actually from Milwaukee? I grew up near there, and have been on a Milwaukee band kick. Since By Man, Seven Days of Samsara, and Protestant have been getting some good rotation on my record player during breaks from going through this big crate of country records I just picked up.
Yup, I'm from Milwaukee. I've lived between here and Madison my whole life. Seven Days of Samsara was a huge deal when I started going to local DIY shows in the late '90s. It was a pretty dumb ass scene that I look back on fondly. 7 Angels 7 Plagues was a big deal too, despite no being from Milwaukee and the douchers who came out to their shows. Oddly enough, I've seen Protestant dozens of times and know the dudes, but have never listened to any of their records.

I don't get out much anymore, though. Apparently Dave from Seven Days of Samsara and Kevin from Sincebyman's "new" band Get Rad played last month or the first time in a while and I missed it. 

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« Reply #493 on: January 08, 2018, 02:25:31 PM »
You don't post too much Icanthelpit, I look forward to your posts in this thread.
I've never listened to Assfactor 4, but I'm into this Sports album. It's a weird mix of styles, but I dig it.
7 Angels 7 Plagues was sick and so were the first couple of Misery Signals releases. I'd love to see their documentary that came out last year.


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« Reply #494 on: January 09, 2018, 12:39:40 PM »
My buddy recently closed his record store ( :'( ) and hooked me up major. He gave me a ton of random promotional stuff (posters, stickers, etc.), but more in line with this thread he sold he all the leftover hardcore 12" he had kicking around for $100. I was essentially the only person who bought the stuff, so he just told me to make him an offer and it'd be mine. I low-balled him jokingly but he was down and refused to take any more. There was some real solid stuff in there, I'll post a list up if anyone gives a shit.


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« Reply #495 on: January 10, 2018, 03:22:54 PM »
Yes we give a shit. Post em.

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« Reply #496 on: January 10, 2018, 03:28:16 PM »


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« Reply #498 on: January 11, 2018, 05:11:10 AM »
Yes we give a shit. Post em.

Alright folks, you got it. I'll compile a list when I get home from work tonight. Until then just hold your horses!
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« Reply #499 on: January 11, 2018, 06:52:08 AM »
The Weekend Nachos documentary got posted online.



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« Reply #500 on: January 11, 2018, 02:17:32 PM »
The Weekend Nachos documentary got posted online.


Seriously? They havenít even been broken up a year and someone needed to make a documentary on them? Nothing against them, but Jesus.

On a side note (may have mentioned this before, because I love this story), one of my old bands played with them, Harmís Way, and I think this band called Duress at Albion House (in Chicago) when Harmís Way was first starting out. Their vocalist was trying to skip out and their bass and guitar players had to go to the gym to convince him to play the show. Iíve heard that used to happen frequently. Also they fucking suck.

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« Reply #501 on: January 11, 2018, 02:48:43 PM »
If you're going to make a documentary about your band, and I think Weekend Nachos safely warranted one, I don't see why there should be a time limit around when you're doing it. Raw Nerve did one about their last two weeks as a band. Both documentaries were just goofy fun to celebrate the band, it's no biggie.

Hahahaha, that Harm's Way story is amazing. And yeah they're not my cup of tea at all, but their first release, I think it was called imprisoned, was decent.

Duress were cool. I remember they had a wee beef with a band called poison planet, detailed at the beginning of this video





Icanthelpit, what bands have you been in?


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« Reply #502 on: January 11, 2018, 05:18:03 PM »
If you're going to make a documentary about your band, and I think Weekend Nachos safely warranted one, I don't see why there should be a time limit around when you're doing it. Raw Nerve did one about their last two weeks as a band. Both documentaries were just goofy fun to celebrate the band, it's no biggie.

Hahahaha, that Harm's Way story is amazing. And yeah they're not my cup of tea at all, but their first release, I think it was called imprisoned, was decent.

Duress were cool. I remember they had a wee beef with a band called poison planet, detailed at the beginning of this video





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Ah, I donít know why, but I thought someone else made it.

That Duress demo is fucking awesome and they were a blast live, wish they wouldíve stuck around longer. Iíve heard that there were (are?) a lot of bands with issues with Poison Planet. Not gonna put anyone on blast, but I can think of at least 3 Chicago bands (and even a few from other cities) off the top of my head with beef (pun intended). Them and Noose got shit talked a lot for a minute, the latter for good reason.
If youíre from the Chicago area, which you seem to be, do you remember this band called Curbstomp? They were complete fucking garbage tough guy Hardcore from the burbs from the ďage of MySpaceĒ and their demo was hilarious/Iím trying to find it. Some classic cuts include ďReally Pist OffĒ and ďSoDamn InsaneĒ. Iíve asked friends in Chicago but no one knows.

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« Reply #503 on: January 11, 2018, 06:20:34 PM »
Here's the list I mentioned a few posts ago:

Negative Approach - Ready To Fight: Demos, Live and Unreleased 81-83
Pulling Teeth - Martyr Immortal
Iron Lung/Endless Blockade split 12"
The Blackest Curse - Pulling Teeth
California Love (I think the album is called Join or Die)
California Love - Reaping The Whirlwind 
Living Hell - The Lost and The Damned
Living Hell - Oblivion
Crime Desire - We Hate All Life
Kill The Client - Set For Extinction
Frightener - Guillotine
Find Him And Kill Him/Cut Them To Pieces (Not sure if this is a split or what)
Ensign - Direction of Things To Come
Maruta - Forward Into Regression
Maruta - In Narcosis
Devoid of Faith - Stay Home With Them!
Champion - Promise Kept
Bloody Phoenix - War, Hate & Misery
Articles of Faith - In This Life
Agression - Don't Be Mistaken
Abusive Action -  S/T
Mammoth Grinder - Rage and Ruin
Positive Reinforcement -S/T
Hewhocorrupts - The Discographer
Wait In Vain - Seasons
Red Reaction - Welcome to the Warzone
What Happens Next? - Stand Fast Armageddon Justice Fighter!!!
The Prowl - Witch Hunt EP
Die Young - Graven Images
Endless Blockade/War Zone Womyn split 12"
Endless Blockade/Endless Trance split 12"
Epileptic Terror Attack (ETA) - We're Not the Problem
Loud and Clear S/T

There, that's the list.

 
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« Reply #504 on: January 12, 2018, 05:06:02 AM »
If you're going to make a documentary about your band, and I think Weekend Nachos safely warranted one, I don't see why there should be a time limit around when you're doing it. Raw Nerve did one about their last two weeks as a band. Both documentaries were just goofy fun to celebrate the band, it's no biggie.

Hahahaha, that Harm's Way story is amazing. And yeah they're not my cup of tea at all, but their first release, I think it was called imprisoned, was decent.

Duress were cool. I remember they had a wee beef with a band called poison planet, detailed at the beginning of this video





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Ah, I donít know why, but I thought someone else made it.

That Duress demo is fucking awesome and they were a blast live, wish they wouldíve stuck around longer. Iíve heard that there were (are?) a lot of bands with issues with Poison Planet. Not gonna put anyone on blast, but I can think of at least 3 Chicago bands (and even a few from other cities) off the top of my head with beef (pun intended). Them and Noose got shit talked a lot for a minute, the latter for good reason.
If youíre from the Chicago area, which you seem to be, do you remember this band called Curbstomp? They were complete fucking garbage tough guy Hardcore from the burbs from the ďage of MySpaceĒ and their demo was hilarious/Iím trying to find it. Some classic cuts include ďReally Pist OffĒ and ďSoDamn InsaneĒ. Iíve asked friends in Chicago but no one knows.

I'm not from Chicago at all, but I'm almost flattered you'd think I was, haha. I'm just a fan of Chicago hardcore. As it happens, I'm wearing a Noose shirt as I type. Gimme the goss, why did they deserve shit talk? I don't know curbstomp but I'll have a look for them later tonight and ask some friends.


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« Reply #505 on: January 12, 2018, 02:55:52 PM »
If you're going to make a documentary about your band, and I think Weekend Nachos safely warranted one, I don't see why there should be a time limit around when you're doing it. Raw Nerve did one about their last two weeks as a band. Both documentaries were just goofy fun to celebrate the band, it's no biggie.

Hahahaha, that Harm's Way story is amazing. And yeah they're not my cup of tea at all, but their first release, I think it was called imprisoned, was decent.

Duress were cool. I remember they had a wee beef with a band called poison planet, detailed at the beginning of this video





Icanthelpit, what bands have you been in?
Ah, I donít know why, but I thought someone else made it.

That Duress demo is fucking awesome and they were a blast live, wish they wouldíve stuck around longer. Iíve heard that there were (are?) a lot of bands with issues with Poison Planet. Not gonna put anyone on blast, but I can think of at least 3 Chicago bands (and even a few from other cities) off the top of my head with beef (pun intended). Them and Noose got shit talked a lot for a minute, the latter for good reason.
If youíre from the Chicago area, which you seem to be, do you remember this band called Curbstomp? They were complete fucking garbage tough guy Hardcore from the burbs from the ďage of MySpaceĒ and their demo was hilarious/Iím trying to find it. Some classic cuts include ďReally Pist OffĒ and ďSoDamn InsaneĒ. Iíve asked friends in Chicago but no one knows.

I'm not from Chicago at all, but I'm almost flattered you'd think I was, haha. I'm just a fan of Chicago hardcore. As it happens, I'm wearing a Noose shirt as I type. Gimme the goss, why did they deserve shit talk? I don't know curbstomp but I'll have a look for them later tonight and ask some friends.


Slappies that's a great snag for $100. The endless blockade splits and negative approach comps sound good.
Standard vegan straight edge Hardcore band stuff: Vocalist's an entitled, meat head douche who often attempted to bully other bands, audience members, and organizers, leaving them with difficulty getting shows. Basic wannabe Hardline kookery. There were also unfound rumors of, lets just say "FAR RIGHT" leanings, though knowing 2 of the other dudes in the band, I find that unlikely. Incidentally, their guitar player Kyle was in Poison Planet and Duress and is a swell guy.

Yeah, Curbstomp were this excruciatingly awful, bordering on parody Hardcore band who's demo a friend of mine bought after seeing them live in like 03/04. I lost my cd-r and their myspace/purevolume pages are out of commission haha. For every good Chicago band, it seems like there are about 5 of these:

Incidentally, there's some crappy beatdown band form England with the same name:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=u6nuDLQyyas

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« Reply #506 on: January 13, 2018, 08:17:44 AM »
randomly came across this and figured I'd share...

Cult Nation posted a d-beat/crossover/crust mix by Igor Cavalera of the mighty Sepultura and it's pretty fucking awesome.. some stuff I'm familiar with and some I'm not.  Great stuff though (anybody have any secret tricks for downloading a soundcloud mix?)

http://www.cvltnation.com/cvlt-nation-exclusive-iggor-cavaleras-d-beat-x-crossover-mix/

In addition, looking around on the cult nation site and I came across this pretty awesome Nausea set from 91 (veering a little bit from hardcore, I know).  Still pretty goddamn rad (and if you know what's up with Nausea, Amy Miret makes her appearance around 10:00)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=656&v=cJF8vmTaDOk

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #507 on: January 14, 2018, 04:08:59 PM »
If you're going to make a documentary about your band, and I think Weekend Nachos safely warranted one, I don't see why there should be a time limit around when you're doing it. Raw Nerve did one about their last two weeks as a band. Both documentaries were just goofy fun to celebrate the band, it's no biggie.

Hahahaha, that Harm's Way story is amazing. And yeah they're not my cup of tea at all, but their first release, I think it was called imprisoned, was decent.

Duress were cool. I remember they had a wee beef with a band called poison planet, detailed at the beginning of this video





Icanthelpit, what bands have you been in?

Raw Nerve are playing a reunited (this is actually the 2nd, one was to raise money for Puerto Rico, and this one os for an old friend who is hosting the final chapter of their fest in OK) and final show in early March. I'm tight homies with 3/5 of RN. Excited to see them the last time and it's gonna be nuts. Duress will more than likely be remembered most for wrecking DIY show spots (in the wrong way), preaching "Hardcore needs more violence" boneheadery and flying some white power flag out of their tour van to be edgelord/offensive. Music was sick though. People hated Poison Planet for being hardline and sjw before it took the internet by storm. Poison Planet was sick though, i think the songer developed their own tabletop RPG. Noose was sick too but i think there was some sketch with the guitarist, although I'm not sure in relation to what. Chicago consistently has great punk and hardcore bands coming out and usually always has.

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« Reply #508 on: January 19, 2018, 02:44:37 PM »
my buddies band BOAK is doing some rad shit

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #509 on: January 19, 2018, 03:27:31 PM »
If you're going to make a documentary about your band, and I think Weekend Nachos safely warranted one, I don't see why there should be a time limit around when you're doing it. Raw Nerve did one about their last two weeks as a band. Both documentaries were just goofy fun to celebrate the band, it's no biggie.

Hahahaha, that Harm's Way story is amazing. And yeah they're not my cup of tea at all, but their first release, I think it was called imprisoned, was decent.

Duress were cool. I remember they had a wee beef with a band called poison planet, detailed at the beginning of this video





Icanthelpit, what bands have you been in?

Raw Nerve are playing a reunited (this is actually the 2nd, one was to raise money for Puerto Rico, and this one os for an old friend who is hosting the final chapter of their fest in OK) and final show in early March. I'm tight homies with 3/5 of RN. Excited to see them the last time and it's gonna be nuts. Duress will more than likely be remembered most for wrecking DIY show spots (in the wrong way), preaching "Hardcore needs more violence" boneheadery and flying some white power flag out of their tour van to be edgelord/offensive. Music was sick though. People hated Poison Planet for being hardline and sjw before it took the internet by storm. Poison Planet was sick though, i think the songer developed their own tabletop RPG. Noose was sick too but i think there was some sketch with the guitarist, although I'm not sure in relation to what. Chicago consistently has great punk and hardcore bands coming out and usually always has.

Chicago is one of the best scenes in the world.

Anyway, what's up with Ryan Lowry? Gimme the goss.


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