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Occupational Hazard

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Listening to these noise-rockers is like getting hit by a semi, kicked in the teeth, and thrown down three flights of stairs all at once. Using very distorted, ear-piercing guitar mixed with driving basslines and pounding drums, Unsane smashes everything in sight, and does it well. In a way unlike almost any other, they scream in your face fairly emotional, damaging lyrics, while breaking the musical boundaries, as well as your eardrums. Pick this up if you are a fan of violently raw noise, or if you just enjoy smashing things up every once in a while. Although they may sound like they fall into a vibe that many other bands have, they do it their own way — and it rips the walls down.

Biography

Formed: 1989 in New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

New York City's Unsane assisted in pioneering a more aggressive, less studied version of noise rock, one that blended the scum/art industrial sturm und drang of Foetus, the Swans, Einsturzende Neubauten, and Sonic Youth with the decidedly more straightforward hardcore idiom favored by acts like Sick of It All. While developing the blueprint for noise-metal bands to follow, Unsane cut a remarkable swath through underground music, inspiring a devoted, cult-like following around the globe. As a power...
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