#1
Probably the highest played artist on the pod this week for me.
Can't believe they don't have a thread, one of my favorites. Canadian Hardcore at its best.

http://www.myspace.com/illbloodhc
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#3
this band is why i never really listened to guns up haha
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#4
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this band is why i never really listened to guns up haha



same, i never got into guns up either

ill blood is easily one of the best hardcore albums of all time
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#7
The intro to Behind These Walls is solid, after that it's all downhill.

Same with Guns Up really. Outlive is a sick song, rest is rubbish.
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#9
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I thought No Warning was good, but I doubt I'd put them in my top 10 bands out of Canada. That said, the S/T and Ill Blood were solid records, but Suffer, Survive is a blight on their otherwise decent career.

Seriously? What would your top 10 be then?
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#10
ill blood is one of the best hardcore records all of time. and i love guns up.
I drink your milkshake.
#11
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That said, the S/T and Ill Blood were solid records, but Suffer, Survive is a blight on their otherwise decent career.

Each time I listen to suffer, survive I'm like which ****ing altrock band am I listening to...