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Plaster

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Hyness

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Black Suit Devil

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Yamantaka // Sonic Titan

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The Pack A.D.

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Chad VanGaalen

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Potengowski Anna Friederike

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Todd Rundgren

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Old 97's

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Needles//Pins

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Ohama

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Nicolas Horvath

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Hugo Wolf Quartet

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Heat

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Parallels

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Monica Chapman

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Alexis Baro & Pueblo Nuevo Jazz Project

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Jenny Wren and Her Borrowed Wings

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Cursed

Two

Around the globe, Cursed have bludgeoned willing audiences into submission. That dominance will only spread with the release of Two, a metallic hardcore blast produced by Sir Ian Blurton. Not since the heyday of Shallow,... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Apr 17, 2005

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Destroyer Destroyer

Littered With Arrows

How does one recommend Littered With Arrows, the debut from Oklahoma's Destroyer Destroyer? By adding the phrase, "If you buy this, please don't blame me." That doesn't mean it's bad - quite the opposite. It... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Jul 31, 2007

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The Fucking Wrath

Season Of Evil

One of the complaints leveled against Season of Evil, from Californian side-proejct-cum-serious-project The Fucking Wrath, is that it presents nothing new. On two levels, the complaint makes no sense. First, there aren't a lot of... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Aug 31, 2007

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The Good Fight

Breathing Room

The Good Fight are a fairly no-frills hardcore outfit from Minnesota, trading in all that hardcore ought to contain - anger, speed, screams, then a bit more anger. While there is certainly nothing here to... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Jun 17, 2004

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The Spirit That Guides Us

The Sand, The Barrier

Bands like Alexisonfire have been combining pop melody with hardcore power for a while, but The Sand, The Barrier - from the self-described "European collective" The Spirit That Guides Us - is that on an... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Apr 25, 2004

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The Spirit That Guides Us

The Sand, The Barrier

Bands like Alexisonfire have been combining pop melody with hardcore power for a while, but The Sand, The Barrier - from the self-described "European collective" The Spirit That Guides Us - is that on an... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Apr 25, 2004

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The Spirit That Guides Us

The Sand, The Barrier

Bands like Alexisonfire have been combining pop melody with hardcore power for a while, but The Sand, The Barrier - from the self-described "European collective" The Spirit That Guides Us - is that on an... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Apr 25, 2004

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Taken

Between Two Unseens

Taken aren't really an "emo" band, yet somehow, they embody the spirit of the term's definition. Emo was coined as shorthand for "emotional hardcore," and Between Two Unseens is certainly both emotional and, well, hardcore.... read more...
By James Hayashi-Tennant
Aug 29, 2004

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To The Lions

Baptism Of Fire

There are a few reasons that To The Lions might sound familiar even if you've never heard of them.  Its members have been here before - in bands like Grade,
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By James Hayashi-Tennant
Sep 18, 2007

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