Thursday, March 26, 2009

Posted by xjustinx |

Refuse To Fall's "Soulfire" 7" was the second release on Equal Vision Records. These guys were way into krishna. Honestly, I don't know a whole lot here. I was never a big fan of krishna, or this record really. I'd say side B is definitely better than side A though. Take a listen and judge for yourself.

Refuse To Fall - Soulfire
[1991 - Equal Vision Records]
http://www.mediafire.com/?nyzdt2zli3w

10 comments:

convertido said...

thanks for this one, not my usual cup of tea but I saw them once when they played in Dallas with Intent and some band from Tyler, in east Texas. So for no other reason that posterity I appreciate. All I can help you with is that they from Houston and I do not ever remember them playing Dallas but the one time. It's not really a straight-edge friendly town. Anyway thanks for this one and I have enjoyed some of you other posts as well.

Anonymous said...

yesssssssssssssssssssssssssssss!!


You guys have answered my prayers and did a write-up on one of my favorite bands.

Thank you!

keep up the great work!

rybunal said...

i liked them ok, but never fully got into them...krishna conciousness hardcore got me into other hardcore...i know funny right???

Daniel said...

hey convertido. do you have any demos or shirts from 90's txhc bands? if so drop me an email at xuseyourheadx@gmail.com

David Agranoff said...

had this record back in the day, Can't remember them touring. Had forgotten about them. huh.

Anonymous said...

Why bothering posting something about a band that you:
A. Don't really like
B. Don't know anything about

Doesnt make much sense... You should really try to step up your content.

xjustinx said...

Dear Anonymous,
It was requested, and I own it, so I posted it. If you're unhappy with the content, feel free to stop reading the blog.

Anonymous said...

They have a myspace.com tribute page with a little more info:

http://www.myspace.com/rtfsoulfire

Damon said...

I am trying to find old show flyers from our band, we did a lot of one off shows back in the day, and a tour with Shelter. We played Dallas twice, once at this punk-rock collective type venue and then another time at this place that seemed like a bit of a drive, away from town. Both times we played, the shows were not heavily attended. Good to see some people have some thoughts of the old band. Take care! - Damon (Refuse To Fall)

ps. If anyone wants to talk about stuff back in the day, or just say hello, here is my email allendma713@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

Saw these guys with Shelter in 91. in DC. Was never a huge fan but I could always dig the ep for it's flow. Not the greatest but strong enough to throw on a mix, if only to keep it diverse. Great blog.