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Love the guy saying these guys sound like a "second rate 5 finger"... man Pro-Pain were ripping NYC HC back when 5 finger was picking there nose playing street fighter at the mall. Sorry if theres not enough violins and whining here for you. This is a solid effort, really wish Pro-pain's older stuff was available here..then you kids would see what real Hardcore sounded like before freakin hot topic.


i have to get in and laugh at the terrible comparison to five finger also. pro pains been doing this for years back when tuff guy/beat down'ish hardcore wasn't very far along. trust me these guys and most likely anyone that is familiar with them does not care about 5 fingers existence.


Like Slayer, you know what you are going to get. Straight To The Dome is straight up classic Pro-pain.


Formed: 1992 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Based in New York, Pro-Pain is an alternative metal band that blends the aggressiveness of hardcore punk with the technical precision of speed metal. The band released their debut album, Foul Taste of Freedom, in 1992. The record was well received within metal circles, and over the next five years, the group slowly built up a dedicated following across America and Europe. Truth Hurts, the group's second album, appeared in 1994 and was followed two years later by Contents Under Pressure. The band's...
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