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Trial

There are at least 4 bands called Trial: 1) Hardcore band from Seattle, Washington, United States. Since forming in 1994 the band has worked desperately to communicate their infusion of activism, emotion, anger and intensity in a world where people are more comfortable remaining sedate. Challenging that attitude, Trial has never given up, all the while fueled by a relentless desire to play hardcore music which is charged with political and personal fury.

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Encounter

Encounter might also refer to a radio series produced by the state broadcaster Voice of America that is available via podcast. Encounter was an emo/hardcore band from Cherry Hill, NJ. They released a 4-Song Demo in 1990, A 7" entitled Lost on Redemption (which was co-ran by Jason Jordan, the singer) in 1991, a split 7" with Crivits entitled Live in Belgium, and a split 7" with Blindfold in 1994.

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Remission

There are two bands called Remission: 1.) Remission is a hardcore band from Santiago, Chile which began in 2008. Their main influences are Verbal Assault and Dag Nasty which is reflected in their melodic riffs with strong vocals. Their releases so far are: -2008, Demo 7"/Tape (Amendment records)
-2009, Accept LP (Amendment records)
-2011, Winds Of Promise 7" (React! records)
-2011: Split w/ Police & Thieves 7" (Amendment records)

Read more about Remission on Last.fm.

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Iration

There are multiple artists/bands with the name Iration: (1) Iration is a rock/reggae band originally from Hawaii but have since relocated to Santa Barbara, CA, US. In 2007, they recorded and released their first full length album "No Time for Rest" at Castaway 7 Studios in Ventura, Ca, which featured one of the last recorded performances by reggae legend Mikey Dread. Their single “Cookie Jar” reached number one in Hawaii on 93.9 DaBeat and was featured on Fuel TV’s Triple Crown of Surfing recap. Their music was also featured on MTV shows Maui Fever and Living Lahaina.

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Walls of Jericho

Hailing from Detroit, Walls of Jericho released their highly anticipated 4th CD for Trustkill Records on July 29, 2008. Produced by Ben Schigel (Chimaira/Ringworm), The American Dream follows the mesh of metallic venom and concrete fury of hardcore/punk that the band is known for, 12 solid tracks of highly anticipated hard beating poetic thunder people have come to expect from the band. “Working on the new CD ended up being a really wonderful experience. We worked really well together, collaborated better than ever, and had a great time.

Read more about Walls of Jericho on Last.fm.

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