Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Posted by pleadyour casezine | File under : ,

Kingpin was a Massachusetts-based band active from 1990 to 1993 that took cues from NYHC, Melodic Hardcore like Verbal Assault, and Metal riffs to create an early incarnation of the "New School" style popularized by many bands throughout the duration of the era. In addition to a 7" titled Holding Tomorrow released on Suburban Voice records, the band also recorded 4 songs that were never released prior to the bands breakup, and have been floating around on the internet ripped from cassette tapes. Now, these songs have finally been remastered and packaged for a proper press on vinyl via Atomic Action records. The songs can be streamed here through the label's bandcamp, and the 7" can be ordered through their webstore.

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Posted by xjustinx | File under : , , , , , ,

Sever were a short lived Southern California band that featured previous members of Refuge and future members of Throwdown, Bleeding Through, 18 Visions and Wrench along with a couple co-founders of To Die For clothing. They originally went by the name of Taken Breath, which you can see is crossed out in a few locations on the lyric insert.

Marc Jackson (Throwdown, the Eulogy)
Jason Welsher (To Die For)
Josh Welsher (To Die For)
Zach Phelps (Wrench, 18v, Cedargate Records)
Scott Danough (Bleeding Through)
[D. Wilson played bass on this recording] 

Sever - Demo 1997