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War is all I F&CKING See!!!

STYG continue to put out the best of the best. Every CD is better than the one before it, they continue to stay true to their roots and release hard hitting hardcore riffs with passionate meaningful vocals. With the world in turmoil STYG is the perfect band to speak with an aggressive message that can reach the masses. $5 is a steal for this support STYG and keep the scene alive

Whoa

So this is what styg sounds like with out the punk element and repetitive group vocals in ever song ...waaaaaay better

Come to Indonesia!!!

10/10! Old styg is way better! Play this is more! The lead singer is a sell out poser. Overall really solid record!

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Orange County, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Metalcore/screamo outfit Stick to Your Guns formed in 2003 under the leadership of vocalist Jesse Barnett in Orange County, California. Drawing comparisons to such names as Comeback Kid and Protest the Hero, the band was soon noticed by Sumerian Records honcho Ash Avildsen, who put the already buzzworthy band on a live showcase. The band signed a deal with the label soon after. The band's first album, For What It's Worth, was released in 2007, a year that Stick to Your Guns would spend on the road,...
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