#1
Searchbarred and the last thread about their breakup way back in 2008.
Probably one of my favorite bands of all time. Big Timber and Hail Horror are amazing albums.
Also does anyone know where the members of the band went to? I heard some of em started something new but haven't been able to find anything.
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#3
Big Timber was great. Haven't listened to them in a looong time.
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#4
I was pretty into Courting Tragedy and Disaster back when I was all about pedal-riffing metalcore. Couldn't get into Summon in Thunder (which is the name of the album, the first single is the song Big Timber) as much but it's still decent.
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#6
Still an amazing band to this day.

I see John Pettibone at hella shows. He's security at a venue in Seattle.
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I was pretty into Courting Tragedy and Disaster back when I was all about pedal-riffing metalcore. Couldn't get into Summon in Thunder (which is the name of the album, the first single is the song Big Timber) as much but it's still decent.


Aw shit, I meant Summon in Thunder but said Big Timber.
They just came up on my iTunes shffle the other day and it reminded me of how much I loved em. Unleash Carnage would be my favorite song ever it it was about 3 times longer
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#8
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Also does anyone know where the members of the band went to? I heard some of em started something new but haven't been able to find anything.

UNDERTOW!!!!!!

http://www.myspace.com/undertowhc

Seriously, one of the best hardcore bands from the 90's featuring John Pettibone and a bunch of dudes who were still into wearing XXL sized clothes before Unbroken made that style uncool. If you haven't heard this band, you're a chump. Also, last I heard, John Pettibone was in the Vows with a bunch of ex-members of Champion, Betrayed, etc.

Anyways, everything this band did before Hail Horror was really good and I used to be really stoked on them.
#9
You liked Courting Tragedy and Disaster? Is it weird that I'm really surprised by that?
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#10
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You liked Courting Tragedy and Disaster? Is it weird that I'm really surprised by that?

My taste in music has always been a work in progress, so I've probably liked a lot of stuff that would surprise you (aka bad metalcore). I was really into Courting Tragedy and Disaster like five years ago (high school): I haven't listened to it for years and would like to remember it as something that makes me nostalgic.
#11
I guess that's fair enough. I still like stuff like All That Remains and Trivium's first few albums for that reason, although now I like to think I've moved on from generic metalcore to what I'm sure you'd consider more pretentious and obnoxiously technical metalcore/deathcore
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#12
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I was pretty into Courting Tragedy and Disaster back when I was all about pedal-riffing metalcore. Couldn't get into Summon in Thunder (which is the name of the album, the first single is the song Big Timber) as much but it's still decent.

I've only ever actually heard Big Timber off of that album, is it worth checking our the rest of the album? I'm more familiar with the older stuff.
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#13
Skinwalkers and Unleash Carnage are great songs, I havent really listened to all of SIT sadly
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#15
Skinwalkers rips pretty hard if your into the whole melodic metalcore deal. If you like more kinda almost thrashy oriented stuff try Sleezevil. If you like kinda hardcore influenced stuff, try Rain To The Sound Of Panic.
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#16
I'd rec Rain to the Sound of Panic of those just because it's from Courting Tragedy and Disaster, which I think is their best.
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Y'know, I've never once listened to this band. Give me a song to start with and I'll determine if I want to download an album.


I recommend "Reinventing the Noose", "Curseworship", and "Given It to the Taking", all off Summon in Thunder. Pretty strong album overall. First seven tracks of it are all fucking great.
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Rain to the sound of panic
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