Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, Donnybrook brings an old-school, in-your-face style that has drawn comparisons to Madball, Death Threat, and District 9. The group was formed in early 2003 by six friends who were fed up with the insincerity plaguing the scene they grew up loving and believing in. With their debut four-song EP now out on 1917 Records, coupled with their plans to tour both the East and West coasts (and soon after, the world!), and you'll see why Donnybrook is poised to thrust themselves into the mix with hardcore's heaviest hitters.
Currently there are at least 3 bands using the name Discourse. 1) Discourse is a straight edge hardcore band from Columbia, South Carolina.
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http://www.mediafire.com/?xfpco3yrchvscq4 2) Discourse is a two-piece pop band currently based in Philadelphia, PA. Inspired by an urban legend that describes seminal cultural philosopher Michel Foucault as "that fucked-up guy dancing in the corner", they formed in the fall of 2009 and quickly wrote the songs that make up their first release, the Golden Year EP.
DJ Coone is a pseudonym of Koen Bauweraerts (born 30th of May, 1983). A Belgian DJ, from the municipality of Turnhout. He started his career when he was 12 years old making music on his keyboard and had the feeling for making good riddles, and together with his friend Marijn Venmans he made his first single called "Protect The Innocent". After some live gigs he decided to focus more on DJing. His music is a style called jump, a subgenre of harddance.
Jungbluth is a three piece hc/punk band from Münster, Germany. "Don't respect something that has no respect - Fuck nazi sympathy!"
There is more than one Radium on last.fm: 1. Hardcore fan since 1992. In 1993 Daniel Tecoult started producing extreme electronic music with a friend from school. In 1994 they decide to give their project a name and Micropoint is born. Also Daniel starts a solo-DJ career as Radium. The first Micropoint vinyls are released on B.E.A.S.T. Records and Epiteth Records in 1995. 1996, Radium starts Audiogenic and his first own label called Psychik Genocide and with 2 other producers from Paris, Micropoint starts Dead End Records.
A Lot Like Birds is a 6-8 piece progressive rock/post-hardcore outfit from Sacramento, CA, formed in September 2009, known for their tendency to experiment with several diverse genre influences and their incorporation of orchestral and ambient sound-scapes contrasted by chaotic, schizophrenic episodes. On January 9th of 2011, A Lot Like Birds announced that Kurt Travis (Ex of Dance Gavin Dance, Five Minute Ride, No Not Constant, and O! The Joy) would be the new singer and second front-man, alongside Cory Lockwood.
The name Send More Paramedics is a reference to the 1985 horror/comedy, Return of the Living Dead. The band originally formed as a side project of Leeds band 'And None of Them Knew They Were Robots, but have gained a higher profile than And None of Them Knew They Were Robots, who have since split up. The band played in the 1980s crossover style, what they described as "Zombiecore... a fusion of 80s thrash and modern hardcore punk", with lyrics about zombies and cannibalism, and are heavily influenced by zombie movies.