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Canada's Grade cranks out unrelenting, frontal-assault punk rock just the way any true rock loyalist from the late 70s would remember it. The guitar licks are powerful, sharp-edged, and churn with fiery anthemic energy. Chris Danner batters the drums as though he's been promised new ones if can adequately destroy the set he presently has, and vocalist Kyle Bishop sings as though he doesn't care if he'll ever sing again. In this way, Grade gives it all away and saves absolutely nothing for later. Under the Radar depicts the emotional wasteland of frustrated love, enigmatic expectations, and ravaged dreams in a most raw and dangerous fashion. This release is introspective, rhythmic and ferocious all at once and makes a thoroughly convincing case for the redemption of punk rock.


Formed: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Toronto hardcore band Grade comprised singer Kyle Bishop, guitarists Greg Taylor and Shawn Magill, bassist Matt Jones and Chris Danner. Issuing their debut EP Separate the Magnets in 1998, the group also earned notoriety opening bands including Fugazi, Jimmy Eat World and the Promise Ring; upon signing to Victory Records, in 1999 Grade issued the single "Triumph and Tragedy," followed later that year by the full-length Under the Radar. Embarrassing Past was issued in fall 2000 as well as a shift...
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