crustyreed
Registered User
Join date: Oct 2007
493 IQ
#1
Well i thought i'd post a band grouped with crust, but other people would like. Contravene started in 1999 phoenix arizona. My introduction to contravene came this summer when i was at a north side crust show, no exaggeration EVERY dreaded person there had a contravene patch so i strolled up to the distro's and found a used split 7' between them and a band named UPRISING. It only had one song 'The lies they want us to swallow' and i was hooked, I have since purchased their 'a call to action...' LP, a must have!!
luckily they have a bunch of fan pages:

BE warned these arn't chuck berry riffs!

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=15561301

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=41222368

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=121174963 (check this song, if you didn't like the others!!!)

http://profile.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=user.viewprofile&friendID=113620275
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Cianyx
UG Nerd
Join date: Dec 2008
1,216 IQ
#2
Well, it's about 2 years too late but I just found out about this band and I quite like what I'm hearing. Got a really nice blend of Punk and Metal.

Quick question, have they split? Doesn't appear to have much activity after A Call to Action
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CFH82
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Join date: Jul 2007
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#3
Quote by Cianyx
Well, it's about 2 years too late but I just found out about this band and I quite like what I'm hearing. Got a really nice blend of Punk and Metal.

Quick question, have they split? Doesn't appear to have much activity after A Call to Action


If I remember correctly, I'm pretty sure they spilt up in 2005. Though I could be wrong.
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BrianApocalypse
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Join date: May 2004
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#5
I listened to "In the name of Convenience"

Generic hippy bullshit put to generic hardcore and generic harmonised guitars. I liked some of the clean passages though, and thank God there wasn't a generic breakdown.

Militant vegetarians piss me off, but I have to admit that they are pretty bad-ass for basically saying "f*ck you" to evolution. Most punks only say "f*ck you" to the government.