#1
The most underlooked band of the 90's. These guys influenced modern Hardcore in so many ways.

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#2
ummm... if they are an underlooked band of the 90s... then how would they be influencing modern hardcore in many ways if no one has heard of them/listened to them? I'm not trying to be an ass, im just wondering how that can be?
#3
I think I listen to this band every day, I wanted to make a thread on them but I thought it would be a better idea to search and not catch **** for doubling up a thread. Anyways, do yourself a favor and check them out if you haven't.
#5
i agree that this band is awesome, but i would say that trial or outspoken have been more influential.
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#7
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band is awesome!

hopefully if the rumors are true they are reuniting for the disembodied show in chicago, and i will be attending


I'd kill to see them play, but a complete reunion is extremely unlikely, I'm pretty sure the guitarist commit suicide shortly after the band broke up.
#8
He killed himself 3 years after Unbroken broke up.
They reformed to play a benefit show for Eric's family, the guitarist, but that's the last time I've heard of them playing a show.
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#9
Bumping this band (again). Unfortunately, I didn't kill to see them play because I've missed three of their reunion shows and I'll be missing another in October (due to school and monetary reasons). Regardless, they're a powerful band and probably one of the most important hardcore acts of the last 30 years. Discuss.
#12
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ummm... if they are an underlooked band of the 90s... then how would they be influencing modern hardcore in many ways if no one has heard of them/listened to them? I'm not trying to be an ass, im just wondering how that can be?


i dont necessarily agree that they were really influencial, but bands can be extremely influencial without being hugely known. husker du is an example of this

(bumping a fantastic band)
#15
awesome, I was talking about doing "razor" but my bandmembers thought it didnt fit, now we're gonna do Void or Ceremony
#16
One of the best moments of my life was when I got to see them in Chicago last year.