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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1830 on: September 18, 2023, 01:53:41 PM »
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i got the see Coke Bust this week. i honestly didn't even know they still existed as they hadnt released anything in like 10 years. so i kinda just assumed they quit.
my friend suddenly was like "yoo, you going to the Coke Bust gig too?". damn i am glad he asked!
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my friend was talking with Chris and Nick a lot at the gig. seems he knew em (as they came up to him), probably from previous tours or maybe from his frequent USA trips.

my friend told me that they specificly requested Seein' Red to open for them. Seein' Red opened for them on their first euro tour and they were looking forward to it the whole time, only to get car troubles and arrive at the venue after Seein' Red finished playing. and not long after that they disbanded.
but a fiew years ago the reunited and now they finally got to see Seein' Red. Nick even comented about it on stage how it was a dream come true.
where did you see them?
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1831 on: September 18, 2023, 02:10:09 PM »
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i got the see Coke Bust this week. i honestly didn't even know they still existed as they hadnt released anything in like 10 years. so i kinda just assumed they quit.
my friend suddenly was like "yoo, you going to the Coke Bust gig too?". damn i am glad he asked!
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sick man.  chris is one of my closest friends
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thats sick!
my friend was talking with Chris and Nick a lot at the gig. seems he knew em (as they came up to him), probably from previous tours or maybe from his frequent USA trips.

my friend told me that they specificly requested Seein' Red to open for them. Seein' Red opened for them on their first euro tour and they were looking forward to it the whole time, only to get car troubles and arrive at the venue after Seein' Red finished playing. and not long after that they disbanded.
but a fiew years ago the reunited and now they finally got to see Seein' Red. Nick even comented about it on stage how it was a dream come true.
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Didnít know they reunited. Cool. They played quite often in western Germany close to the Dutch border in the 90s. Loved watching them. The talking was a little long sometimes between songs - often longer than the song themselves.
The seein red / mk ultra split 12ď still gets played a lot here.
https://youtu.be/TJ1IABY_4gc

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1832 on: September 19, 2023, 10:49:18 AM »
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i got the see Coke Bust this week. i honestly didn't even know they still existed as they hadnt released anything in like 10 years. so i kinda just assumed they quit.
my friend suddenly was like "yoo, you going to the Coke Bust gig too?". damn i am glad he asked!
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sick man.  chris is one of my closest friends
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username checks out.

thats sick!
my friend was talking with Chris and Nick a lot at the gig. seems he knew em (as they came up to him), probably from previous tours or maybe from his frequent USA trips.

my friend told me that they specificly requested Seein' Red to open for them. Seein' Red opened for them on their first euro tour and they were looking forward to it the whole time, only to get car troubles and arrive at the venue after Seein' Red finished playing. and not long after that they disbanded.
but a fiew years ago the reunited and now they finally got to see Seein' Red. Nick even comented about it on stage how it was a dream come true.
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where did you see them?

Amsterdam


Didnít know they reunited. Cool. They played quite often in western Germany close to the Dutch border in the 90s. Loved watching them. The talking was a little long sometimes between songs - often longer than the song themselves.
The seein red / mk ultra split 12ď still gets played a lot here.
https://youtu.be/TJ1IABY_4gc

they reunited in 2019. ive seen them tons of times since then. they played loads of festivals too. Bloodshed, Static Shock, K-town etc.
the talking part still holds up. a 30 minute set is like 15 minutes talking.
cool that you like em! seems this style isn't that populair everywhere. i know theyre big in Japan and Brazil, but when i saw them at K-town almost no one showed up for their set. its was almost only dutch people in the audience. never seen Ungdomshuset that empty.

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1833 on: September 19, 2023, 11:47:22 AM »
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they reunited in 2019. ive seen them tons of times since then. they played loads of festivals too. Bloodshed, Static Shock, K-town etc.
the talking part still holds up. a 30 minute set is like 15 minutes talking.
cool that you like em! seems this style isn't that populair everywhere. i know theyre big in Japan and Brazil, but when i saw them at K-town almost no one showed up for their set. its was almost only dutch people in the audience. never seen Ungdomshuset that empty.
Thatís great news regarding the reunion. Maybe I get the chance to see them again - although not much a fan of the concept of reunions, but thatís another story.


I really that kind of sound. Lšrm, Stack, Siege - some really great European hardcore bands.
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1834 on: September 19, 2023, 12:35:39 PM »
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they reunited in 2019. ive seen them tons of times since then. they played loads of festivals too. Bloodshed, Static Shock, K-town etc.
the talking part still holds up. a 30 minute set is like 15 minutes talking.
cool that you like em! seems this style isn't that populair everywhere. i know theyre big in Japan and Brazil, but when i saw them at K-town almost no one showed up for their set. its was almost only dutch people in the audience. never seen Ungdomshuset that empty.
Thatís great news regarding the reunion. Maybe I get the chance to see them again - although not much a fan of the concept of reunions, but thatís another story.


I really that kind of sound. Lšrm, Stack, Siege - some really great European hardcore bands.
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bout not being a fan of reunions. technicly they had to stop cause the bass player suffered severe hearing demage and continuing to preform would result in him going deaf. he spend years getting treatment and surgery and in 2019 was able to return to the stage, and so they did.
its all the same members. they never stopped hanging out. and they were only inactive for 6 or 7 years.

so its not really like many other bands comming back with only half of its members after 20+ years just to cash in on their old succes.

https://www.maximumrocknroll.com/article/distortion-to-deafness/

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1835 on: September 19, 2023, 06:27:27 PM »
I was gonna do a random post but pertaining to the prior conversation. I think Coke Bust rips. Also, when I got to tag along as the roadie/merch guy for The Observers European tour in 06, Ungdomshuset was by far my favorite night of the tour. Gorilla Angreb also played that night, I got make out with this cool girl from Sweden, and stayed up maybe a little too late drinking in the bar singing along to Chumbawumba songs with people I had just met. Good times.

Anyways to what I was gonna post. I've known about Have Heart for a while but they were always on perriphery. I've listening to them a bunch lately, and they're so good. Definitely missed the boat on that one. As far as new stuff
That new Magnitude record is real good. Probably in my top 3 of the year so far with Pain of Truth and Never Ending Game.
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1836 on: September 20, 2023, 05:50:11 AM »
the new STIGMATISM LP is probably going to end up being my Hardcore AOTY. yesterday while spinning it for the thousandth time i had an epiphany that it might be the best unintentional Youth Crew record in years. this bands entire output has always been doing early Agnostic Front to an exact science and while they are still doing that here, all of the mosh parts scream YC mixed with early Lockin Out vibes. exactly the kind of hardcore record i've been dying for for some time.

https://staticshockrecords.bandcamp.com/album/ignorance-in-power

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1837 on: September 20, 2023, 10:19:11 AM »
bout not being a fan of reunions. technicly they had to stop cause the bass player suffered severe hearing demage and continuing to preform would result in him going deaf. he spend years getting treatment and surgery and in 2019 was able to return to the stage, and so they did.
its all the same members. they never stopped hanging out. and they were only inactive for 6 or 7 years.

so its not really like many other bands comming back with only half of its members after 20+ years just to cash in on their old succes.

https://www.maximumrocknroll.com/article/distortion-to-deafness/

I wasn't aware of his hearing problems. Thanks for clearing this up and the interview aswell.

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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1838 on: September 20, 2023, 10:28:26 AM »
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1839 on: September 20, 2023, 10:46:38 AM »
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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1840 on: September 20, 2023, 10:16:40 PM »
yoooooooo

hoping to see them post some dates


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Re: Hardcore Thread
« Reply #1841 on: September 21, 2023, 02:42:57 AM »
will 100% be going to their November 18th Chicago show.

this all kinda makes sense now cause just a couple weeks ago i was talking to John about doing another fest and he said he would love to play it again and i was thinking 'what the fuck does he mean....?' lol