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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby the mean » Mon Jul 28, 2014 6:41 pm

01.20.89 Crimpshrine / Inner Anger / Sharkbait / Cheez Boys / Second Thought, Gilman, Berkeley, CA
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby dave123 » Mon Jul 28, 2014 7:53 pm

the mean wrote:01.20.89 Crimpshrine / Inner Anger / Sharkbait / Cheez Boys / Second Thought, Gilman, Berkeley, CA


Was it the Canadian band? I couldn't find the poster on the Gilman archive.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby James » Mon Jul 28, 2014 11:23 pm

dave123 wrote:
Welly wrote:
dave123 wrote:
Welly wrote:
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Other Canadian bands of this ilk of course was Death Sentence (although their first less-crossover album is a lot better) and Hype ...Life Is Hard Then You Die!




From seeing Death Sentence a number of times, I just don't think of them as metal at all, as they were so punk in a lifestyle sense. You are definitely right that the first 12" (not a pretty sight) is better. Definitely metal influence with a very punk attitude. The second LP is decent, more metal, but not as good as the first.


What about Inner Anger? Not really known much out of Western Canada, but put out a decent crossover 12".



I was in a record store yesterday and saw an Inner Anger record. I toyed with buying it, but didn't. I think they were from Kamloops, BC. Is it any good?

Death Sentence definitely went metal for the 2nd LP. You should hear the demo they did after that album. It was even more glam sounding and included a cover of Planet Claire!
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby john stabb » Tue Jul 29, 2014 1:50 am

Straw Dogs didn't work. None of them worked. Well, none except SSD - How we Rock. :lol: ... for most generic cover artwork from a once respected hardcore band :!:

I think I might've mentioned this once but on G.I.'s '87 tour, we seriously contemplated putting out a speed-metal album under the name, Mange. We's put a big skull on the cover because anything with a skull on it in the 80's sold. We knew we could pull it off musically & where I would have the demon vox - Pete could hit the mating call vox in the background. We thought it would be funny. And a few days later, we got bored with the idea so it never came to fruition.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby Welly » Tue Jul 29, 2014 2:05 am

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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby the mean » Tue Jul 29, 2014 7:50 am

dave123 wrote:
the mean wrote:01.20.89 Crimpshrine / Inner Anger / Sharkbait / Cheez Boys / Second Thought, Gilman, Berkeley, CA


Was it the Canadian band? I couldn't find the poster on the Gilman archive.

Pretty sure it was.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby version sound » Tue Jul 29, 2014 8:29 am

For the 50,000th time, despite the shitty title and cover art, How We Rock is in no way a metal record. It's just Get It Away with more solos.

No hardcore band worked as a proper metal band. Thrash, crossover, metallic hardcore, etc... yes, but actual metal? No. The only band that ever came close was GISM. M.A.N. sounds like a really great Iron Maiden record with Sakevi on vocals.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby the mean » Tue Jul 29, 2014 11:12 am

dave123 wrote:
the mean wrote:01.20.89 Crimpshrine / Inner Anger / Sharkbait / Cheez Boys / Second Thought, Gilman, Berkeley, CA

Was it the Canadian band? I couldn't find the poster on the Gilman archive.

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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby Welly » Tue Jul 29, 2014 1:37 pm

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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby version sound » Tue Jul 29, 2014 2:07 pm

Detetsation is overrated. The rest of their catalog that gets mostly ignored is great.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby dave123 » Tue Jul 29, 2014 2:13 pm

the mean wrote:
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the mean wrote:01.20.89 Crimpshrine / Inner Anger / Sharkbait / Cheez Boys / Second Thought, Gilman, Berkeley, CA

Was it the Canadian band? I couldn't find the poster on the Gilman archive.

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Did you find the poster? The image isn't showing for me.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby Welly » Tue Jul 29, 2014 2:17 pm

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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby version sound » Tue Jul 29, 2014 2:19 pm

Welly wrote:
version sound wrote:Detetsation is overrated. The rest of their catalog that gets mostly ignored is great.


Yeah, heard the rest. It was shite. :lol:


Too metal for your tastes would be my guess. Have you heard SoniCrime TheRapy?
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby the mean » Tue Jul 29, 2014 3:45 pm

dave123 wrote:Did you find the poster? The image isn't showing for me.

Yeah, not sure why that's not showing up for you. Try looking here:
http://www.gigposters.com/poster/35383_Crimpshrine.html
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby dave123 » Tue Jul 29, 2014 4:13 pm

the mean wrote:
dave123 wrote:Did you find the poster? The image isn't showing for me.

Yeah, not sure why that's not showing up for you. Try looking here:
http://www.gigposters.com/poster/35383_Crimpshrine.html


Thanks. That looks like the same band.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby dave123 » Tue Jul 29, 2014 4:17 pm

James wrote:
dave123 wrote:
Welly wrote:
dave123 wrote:
Welly wrote:
False Liberty
Sudden Impact



Other Canadian bands of this ilk of course was Death Sentence (although their first less-crossover album is a lot better) and Hype ...Life Is Hard Then You Die!




From seeing Death Sentence a number of times, I just don't think of them as metal at all, as they were so punk in a lifestyle sense. You are definitely right that the first 12" (not a pretty sight) is better. Definitely metal influence with a very punk attitude. The second LP is decent, more metal, but not as good as the first.


What about Inner Anger? Not really known much out of Western Canada, but put out a decent crossover 12".



I was in a record store yesterday and saw an Inner Anger record. I toyed with buying it, but didn't. I think they were from Kamloops, BC. Is it any good?

Death Sentence definitely went metal for the 2nd LP. You should hear the demo they did after that album. It was even more glam sounding and included a cover of Planet Claire!


I would pick it up if the price is decent. I haven't listened to it in years, so I have no idea how it has held up. I keep my copy just because of the Canadian connection.

I would like to hear that Death Sentence demo. I always thought they would make a good rock/metal band, as they sure had a big attitude and liked to party.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby Jimmy Heartburn » Tue Feb 14, 2017 10:51 am

dave123 wrote:
James wrote:
dave123 wrote:
Welly wrote:
dave123 wrote:
Welly wrote:
False Liberty
Sudden Impact



Other Canadian bands of this ilk of course was Death Sentence (although their first less-crossover album is a lot better) and Hype ...Life Is Hard Then You Die!




From seeing Death Sentence a number of times, I just don't think of them as metal at all, as they were so punk in a lifestyle sense. You are definitely right that the first 12" (not a pretty sight) is better. Definitely metal influence with a very punk attitude. The second LP is decent, more metal, but not as good as the first.


What about Inner Anger? Not really known much out of Western Canada, but put out a decent crossover 12".



I was in a record store yesterday and saw an Inner Anger record. I toyed with buying it, but didn't. I think they were from Kamloops, BC. Is it any good?

Death Sentence definitely went metal for the 2nd LP. You should hear the demo they did after that album. It was even more glam sounding and included a cover of Planet Claire!


I would pick it up if the price is decent. I haven't listened to it in years, so I have no idea how it has held up. I keep my copy just because of the Canadian connection.

I would like to hear that Death Sentence demo. I always thought they would make a good rock/metal band, as they sure had a big attitude and liked to party.


Here's that Planet Claire cover from that 1989 demo available on this comp
https://bullittrecords.bandcamp.com/track/planet-claire

As for Inner Anger, I did finally buy that record and put it up on my blog.
http://melonvillehc.blogspot.ca/2017/02/inner-anger-my-head-hurts-lp-1989.html
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby Nico » Fri Mar 17, 2017 2:10 am

VOID! That full length is great!
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby version sound » Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:20 am

Nico wrote:VOID! That full length is great!


I love that one. I really wish it would get a proper release, but the band is apparently dead set against it. It's stupid, insane, and thrilling, just like a Void record should be.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby xxxMidgexxx » Thu May 18, 2017 8:38 pm

D.R.I. were much better as a straight forward spastic thrash punk band. That 'Crossover' album is sub par. never liked it.

Even the kids that saw DRI open for Slayer on that Death records tour liked DRI better as a hardcore band.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby clash77 » Tue May 23, 2017 6:48 pm

xxxMidgexxx wrote:D.R.I. were much better as a straight forward spastic thrash punk band. That 'Crossover' album is sub par. never liked it.

Even the kids that saw DRI open for Slayer on that Death records tour liked DRI better as a hardcore band.


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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby xxxMidgexxx » Tue May 23, 2017 7:04 pm

clash77 wrote:
xxxMidgexxx wrote:D.R.I. were much better as a straight forward spastic thrash punk band. That 'Crossover' album is sub par. never liked it.

Even the kids that saw DRI open for Slayer on that Death records tour liked DRI better as a hardcore band.


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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby SamDBL » Wed May 24, 2017 5:58 am

I'd say Accused were my favorite crossover band. But they didn't really go metal. Poison Idea evolved spectacularly, if you consider Feel The Darkness metal. And I prefer the second AF record to Victim In Pain.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby xxxMidgexxx » Wed May 24, 2017 1:21 pm

More Fun Than an Open-Casket Funeral!!!

Celebrates 30 years!

Good one. Listening to it now.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby Jimmy Heartburn » Tue May 30, 2017 6:41 pm

xxxMidgexxx wrote:More Fun Than an Open-Casket Funeral!!!

Celebrates 30 years!

Good one. Listening to it now.



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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby AssWreckersInc » Sat Jul 01, 2017 12:27 pm

Poison Idea.

War All The Time and Feel The Darkness stand up to all their best material.
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Re: Hardcore Bands Turned Metal...

Postby JGJR » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:52 pm

AssWreckersInc wrote:Poison Idea.

War All The Time and Feel The Darkness stand up to all their best material.


Agreed; I actually prefer the WATT/Ian MacKaye era to the earlier stuff.
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