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Something worth writing home about

Stray is a special breed of hardcore. Not only are they aware of what is going on in the world around them and speaking out about it, but they tie this message into a unique sound all of their own with different vocal styles and patterns and a guitar tone that just screams "we're doing it live!". Some say it sounds like RATM, but that's stupid cause it clearly sounds like Stray From The Path just put out another fantastic album.

Don't care for this kind of music, much.

But, SFTP is something a bit different in this style. The vocals, for one are unique. They've got a higher pitch to them, instead of the same low blah blah blaaah growl. The songs are catchy, instead of the same breakdowns every 4 to 6 measures.

These guys kick Boota!


When bands go softer, Stray goes heavier. Can't stop listening.


Formed: 2001 in Long Island, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based out of Long Island, New York, Stray from the Path create chaotic, unpredictable hardcore/metalcore with brutally honest lyrics criticizing law enforcement and the general injustices of society. They were formed in 2001 by Thomas Williams, John Kane, Justin Manas, Ed Edge, and Frank Correira. Following a 2002 self-released demo (People Over Profit), the original lineup released a debut full-length, Audio Prozac, on Pride Recordz in 2003. Our Oceania (released by Five Point Records) followed...
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