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I've been into hardcore since the early 80's. I've seen everybody live, from DK to Black Flag to the Circle Jerks and I don't get why people put down music like this. Of course telling people if they want original hardcore to seek out the bands that I've mentioned, but I like to listen to newer bands as well and appreciate what they bring to the table. Are these guys breaking any new ground here? No, but that doesn't mean it's unlistenable. Enjoy it for what it is. The person that mentioned Rollins Band as being hardcore obviously has a different definition of the term than I do. The only thing Rollins ever did that could be called that would be 'Damaged' era Black Flag. Anything he did after that, Black Flag included, was Punk Rock that eventually morphed into hard rock on their later releases.

dont listen to them

i have the first 80s are dead cd not the re-release.. this cd is f**king great... you two people are dumb, close minded, people who dont appreciate real southern hardcore music. this is one of the best hardcore bands of all time, hands down.

Boring and Been Down this Road Many Times Before

Why do bands keeping going back to this 88' theme? Ever since the mid 90's up to now, band after band keeps producing the same look, the same breakdown, the same GO! Hardcore like this is SO predictable and boring. Maybe if I was 15, living in a small town and combed my hair over to one side, I could enjoy this. There is nothing threatening, inspired or that feeling of breaking glass here at all. But I'm sure that many "core" followers will stand up and wave the banner for this type of crap. -Not Nailed to the X

Biography

Genre: Metal

Years Active: '00s

The state of Florida rarely offers anything of great worth to the cause of rock & roll — unless it be in its most extreme arenas, such as death metal, sludge, or hardcore. The last surely applies to Tallahassee's Kids Like Us, who got their start in 2003, but found their inspiration in hardcore and crossover's golden age, nearly 20 years prior. Also keen to have a little fun while they were at it, vocalist Lars Lundquist, guitarists Clint and Stephen, bassist Brandon, and drummer Jordan...
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