SCHIZMA is one of the longest running and most popular, also internationally, Polish Hardcore bands. The band was formed in 1990 in the city of Bydgoszcz, Poland. During the 14 years of the bands existence the band went through a lot of line-up changes, however, since the beginning until today it has been true to the non-conformist sound of hard core and to the ethics of independence.
The Ghost of a Thousand are a 5 piece hardcore punk band from Brighton, United Kingdom that formed in 2004.
Thomas Lacey - Vocals
Mem - Drums
Andy - Guitars
Jag - Guitars
Gaz - Bass The band have finished work on their second album recorded in Sweden with acclaimed producer Pelle Gunnerfeldt (The Hives/ Refused) titled "New Hopes, New Demonstrations" The album will be released in June, 2009 on Epitaph records.
Buried Inside are a metalcore/atmospheric sludge/post-metal band from Ottawa, Canada. Influenced by early metalcore bands such as Acme as well as countless East-Coast USA and Quebec hardcore bands, they formed in 1997. Their sound includes distorted vocals, creatively-timed drumming, heavy use of octave double stops which creates a very melodic effect and occasional sampling of gloomy film dialogue or instruments like the cello.
Melodic SummerXcore metal
Young Livers are a punk/hardcore band from Gainesville, FL. Dave used to be in Glass and Ashes, Matt and Chris are currently in the Horror. Sometimes they have beards. so far they released an LP on No Idea Records and will soon release split 7inches with Army Of Ponch, Bridge And Tunnel and Attack! Vipers! ... And apparently there's a second band called Young Livers, they are "straight up punk/rockabilly from KC".
Originating in rural Northumberland before migrating to Newcastle, PBaS used small town experiences to create their dynamic post-rock tinged first album This is Such a Quiet Town, released on Mekong Delta records and then later through Captains of Industry. Critically acclaimed (Kerrang! gave it 'KKKK'), it gained airplay on Radio 1 with John Peel, Zane Lowe and Steve Lamacq, has featured on the latest Suicide Girls DVD, and has led to several UK tours alongside Hell is for Heroes, Rotherham's thisGIRL and the phenomenal 65daysofstatic.
These days, people put bands together looking to cash-in on a particular "scene." They cobble together a slick MySpace page, hire an agent and a "fan"-ager and quickly develop an inflated sense-of-entitlement. And while that's one way to go about it, there is also the old-fashioned DIY model: form a band with friends in a basement, tour your butts off until your songs and stage-show have something unique and powerful to offer and build a real following.
Chiodos is an American post-hardcore band from Davison, Michigan, formed in 2001. Originally known as "The Chiodos Bros." the band's name was a tribute to filmmakers Stephen, Charles, and Edward Chiodo, responsible for the movie Killer Klowns from Outer Space. Their second full length album, Bone Palace Ballet, was released in North America on September 4, 2007 and debuted at number 5 on the Billboard 200 and number 1 on Top Independent Albums. Warner Bros. Records released Bone Palace Ballet on January 26, 2009, as part of a new distribution deal in the UK.
Half Seas Over was a post hardcore 4 piece band, from Leicester, England made up of ex members of Manrae, Crossfire & Fox Force Five. They existed from 1997-1999 Members: Guitar / Vocals - Sean Atkinson (ex Manrae)
Guitar - Tim Waterfield (ex Fox Force Five, Ann Arbor and currently in Karhide)
Bass - Stephen Short
Drums - Glenn Bowen (ex Crossfire, Manrae, Torrey Canyon) Band History: Glenn & Sean formed the band shortly after the demise of Manrae...