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Dead Serious' volatile brand of hardcore punk explodes with bitterness toward the very scene the band was born into. On It's What You Can't See, Dead Serious unleashes hatred at seemingly everyone within striking distance. Though one may think this would not be an entertaining album to listen to, it surely is, as the band performs this hardcore punk with exceptional prowess. Even the cover of Youth of Today's "Flame Still Burns" blazes with conviction and dedication, almost daring the listener to challenge the harsh words. It's What You Can't See is a roller coaster ride through disenchanted hardcore ideals from a group heavily immersed in them, and rings true on many accounts as it paints the decaying scene in black. ~ Jason D. Taylor, Rovi


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed in Raleigh, North Carolina, this band recorded a demo in late 1999. After recording the demo, a full-length studio album was released in 2000 on Team Jaybird Records. The album received some local praise for its aggressive sound and Dead Serious earned praise for a energetic live show. After touring, the band returned to the studio to record another demo. Thorp Records liked what the group had to offer and signed Dead Serious. In 2001, the group released a split with Diehard Youth. In 2002,...
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