Bring Me The Horizon is a five-piece band from Sheffield, England. Despite only forming in March 2004, the band has gathered a surprisingly large fan base both in the UK and the U.S. Their debut EP, This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For, came out in December 2004 and was the first release from the independent label Thirty Days Of Night Records. The band has since embarked on a number of UK tours supporting well-established bands such as Bleeding Through and Aiden, and also signed with Visible Noise Records in the autumn of 2005.
We Are The Ocean is an English post-hardcore band from Loughton, Essex. The band formed in 2007 and have since toured with such bands as The Used, Lostprophets, Underoath, Thrice, Funeral for a Friend, Fightstar and You Me At Six. The band blend many different styles but most recently have drifted away from post-hardcore towards a softer rock sound, with Dan's screams replaced with a more gravelly singing style and more emphasis placed on choruses and hooks.
Formed at the back-end of 2010 following the split of former band "Few & Far Between", Emeritus are a progressive post-hardcore band from Teesside, taking influences from the likes of Devil Sold His Soul, Rinoa, *shels, and Amia Venera Landscape. Dale Husband - Bass/Vocals
Peter Clark - Guitar
Chris Hiscox - Guitar
Sian-Louise Gordon - Drums/Percussion
Rise To Remain are a London-based 5 piece metal band. They were formed in late 2006/early 2007 by Ben Tovey, Will Homer and Austin Dickinson under the name “Halide” as a side project to several of the band’s members other endeavors in music. Within a few months the band solidified their line-up and began playing local shows as well as travelling across the UK, seeking out shows. Halide recorded two EP’s, both of which saw a viral release through their Myspace, which eventually garnered attention from more legitimate local promoters...
Comadre is a band from Redwood City (a suburb of San Francisco), California, comprising of former members of Heartcrosslove, One's Own Ruin, and Light This City. Their sound is an off-shoot of hardcore and punk played fast and chaotic with an abundance of energy, but also a large focus on melody and tunefulness. Their influences can perhaps best be shown by the covers the band has performed live, by groups such as Rites of Spring, Refused, Kid Dynamite, and Suicide File.
1.) Closure was an emo band from Oceanside, New York, who was around in the 90’s. They played a style of frantic emo with driving guitars and somewhat high-speed drumwork, topped off with desperate screamed vocals.
They released a split 7” with Breakwater, a full length LP and contributed a track to the compilation “I Can’t Live Without It.” All of their releases were on Mountain Records, out of Huntington, New York.
Trevor - vocals
Adam - guitar
Mike - guitar
Mark - bass
Dave - drums
Thursday is a post-hardcore band from New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA that has released six full-length albums: Waiting (1999 Eyeball Records), Full Collapse (2001 Victory Records), War All The Time (2003 Island Records), A City By The Light Divided (2006 Island Records), Common Existence (2009 Epitaph Records), and No Devolución (2011 Epitaph Records) Band Formation and Waiting:
Thursday was formed in 1997 by vocalist Geoff Rickly, guitarist Tom Keeley, guitarist Bill Henderson, bassist Tim Payne, and drummer Tucker Rule.
Hailing from Melbourne, House Vs. Hurricane are fast making a name for themselves. The band formed as six guys who all come from a variety of different musical influences (everything from August Burns Red, Poison the Well, Alexisonfire, Circa Survive to Herbie Hancock, Saves The Day, Bjork) with a desire to create something fresh and different in the heavy music scene. The result has caused quite a stir in the underground with a style of music that fuses hardcore rock melody to create a sound that could be best described as progressive post-hardcore.
San Jose, California based HeavyHeavyLowLow was formed in 2004, and gained notoriety largely through word of mouth, internet hype and extensive touring. The quintet consisted of vocalist Robbie Smith, guitarists Ryan Madden and Danny Rankin, and brothers Chris and Andrew Fritter (drums and bass, respectively). Their album "Everything's Watched, Everyone's Watching", an eleven song session of metal/thrash/hardcore/grindcore recordings, was released on New Weathermen records, an imprint of Ferret, in September of 2006.
There are two bands with the exact same name/spelling named Bombs Away!: 1) <a href="http://www.myspace.com/bombsawayct" rel="nofollow">Bombs Away!</a> - A punk pop/post-hardcore band from Milford Connecticut who released an E.P. called "Do You Know Where Josh Bell Is?" Members: Dave Perrett - guitar & vocals
Dan Cerritelli - guitar
Gavin Cyr - drums
Derrick Shanholtzer - bass 2) <a href="http://www.myspace.com/bombsaway" rel="nofollow">Bombs Away!</a> - An alternative/pop punk band from Newark, Delaware. Members: Dave Hepner - guitar, vocals Jesse Patton-Dougherty - guitar, vocals