|Origin||Virginia, United States|
|Genres|| Melodic hardcore |
|Labels|| Indecision Records |
|Members||Kurtis Powers – vocals|
Curtis Williams – guitar
Craig Henry – guitar
Charlie Flexon – bass
Colin Kimble – drums
|Past members||Ken Penn|
Time Flies was an American straight edge hardcore punk band from Virginia in the late 1990s and the height of the youth crew revival (note that there was also a Finnish pop punk group called Time Flies in 1990 - 1997). They shared members with the band Count Me Out, also from Virginia. Originally on Teamwork Records, and Malfunction Records, they signed to Indecision Records in 1999 to release their first and only full-length, On Our Way which was recorded and produced by Brian McTernan at Salad Days. The band played a lot on the East Coast, and also did 2 West Coast tours as well. They toured with bands like Death By Stereo, Ten Yard Fight, Count Me Out, Faded Grey, Good Clean Fun, In My Eyes, Fastbreak, and many others. In 2000, they re-released Can't Change the Past, which now included both the Teamwork Records release of Can't Change the Past EP, and the Malfunction Records release on one CD as well as including some comp songs they had previously recorded. They were best known for songs like Play the Fool, Highfives & Stagedives , and Hollow Inside. The band broke up in 2002 ending on a positive note playing the 2002 Posi-Numbers Festival in Wilkes-Barre, PA, and final show in their home area of Richmond, VA. In 2004, PETA2 released a DVD called Highfives & Stagedives documenting underground bands that had chosen animal-friendly and/or cruelty-free lifestyles.
Subhumans are an English punk rock band formed in the Warminster and Melksham area of Wiltshire in 1980. Singer Dick Lucas had formerly been in another local band, The Mental, and other members had been in The Stupid Humans. The band's musical style is typically classified as hardcore punk or anarcho-punk.
Count Me Out was an American straight edge hardcore punk band formed in 1997 in Richmond, Virginia. They released one album on Ambassador Records and two on Indecision Records. The band toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe. The first two albums, Few and Far Between (1999) and 110 (2000), were a direct descendant of the youth crew subgenre hardcore reminiscent of early Revelation Records releases, with a sound somewhere between Chain of Strength and Turning Point. The third album Permanent (2002) was darker and more brooding. The band broke up in early 2003, after touring Europe.
Indecision Records is an independent American hardcore punk record label which was started by punk photographer and fanzine editor Dave Mandel in 1992 as an offshoot of his fanzine, Indecision. It is based in Garden Grove, California, and until about 2001 it was based in nearby Huntington Beach. Indecision Records was responsible for launching the careers of many of Orange County's wave of 1990s hardcore bands, such as Throwdown, Death by Stereo, Bleeding Through, and Adamantium, as well as re-issuing material that was otherwise out-of-print.
The Casualties are an American street punk band which was formed in New York City, New York in 1990. It was formed by vocalist Jorge Herrera, Hank (guitar), Colin Wolf (vocals), Mark Yoshitomi (bass) and Yureesh Hooker (drums). On July 11, 2017 it was announced on the band's Facebook page, that original frontman Jorge Herrera had officially retired from touring. The band as of July 2017 consists of members Jake Kolatis (Guitarist), Marc Meggers (Drums), Rick Lopez (Bassist), and David Rodriguez (Vocals).
A Global Threat (AGT) was an American hardcore punk band, formed in Bangor, Maine in 1997. They released four full-length albums as well as many 7" EPs and toured extensively throughout the United States.
Allister is an American pop punk band from Chicago, Illinois. The four-piece formed in 1994 when the original band members were still in high school, and was originally named Phineas Gage. In 1998 Allister became one of the first bands to sign to Drive-Thru Records. They went on hiatus in 2007, then reunited in 2010, and have been touring and recording again since. They have released six studio albums: Dead Ends and Girlfriends (1999), Last Stop Suburbia (2002), Before the Blackout (2005), Countdown to Nowhere (2010), Life Behind Machines (2012), and 20 Years and Counting (2019). The band also made a cameo appearance in the 2004 film Sleepover.
The World/Inferno Friendship Society is a band from Brooklyn, New York. Its style merges punk, soul, klezmer and jazz, while its collective membership features horns, piano and guitar and has a membership of about 40 players, of whom only about seven to ten active members usually perform at a time. The group is led by singer Jack Terricloth, who has been the only constant during the group's history. Terricloth is known for his pointed commentary during shows; his monologues have touched on politics and his transformation from the "old school".
Bane was an American hardcore punk band that began in 1995 as a side project between Aaron Dalbec and Damon Bellorado. Dalbec approached Matt Firestone to sing and they played under the moniker of Gateway for a few shows, before Firestone parted ways to focus on other projects. Dalbec then approached Aaron Bedard about singing for Bane. They went into the studio in December 1995 with a few friends and released a five-song demo. The next year saw the release of their first EP, and many shows throughout central Massachusetts. In early 1997, Bane released Free to Think, Free to Be EP, and in 1998 the band released the Holding This Moment 7" and CD collection, and embarked upon their first US tour. Like many other hardcore bands, Bane are known for their promotion of tolerance and unity within the scene.
Rusty is a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 1994 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The band earned a 1996 Juno Award nomination in the category Best Alternative Album for Fluke.
Battery was an American straight edge youth crew hardcore punk band from Washington, D.C. that was active from 1990 until 1998 and re-formed for a brief reunion in 2012. They toured on numerous occasions around both the United States and Europe and had several releases, including 3 full-length LP's, the last of which was released on Revelation Records. Vocalist Brian McTernan was also a member of Ashes, Miltown and My Best Mistake and guitarist Ken Olden also played in Damnation A.D., Better Than A Thousand, Youth of Today, Worlds Collide, When Tigers Fight and Fort Knox.
The Freeze are a punk rock band from Cape Cod, Massachusetts formed by a group of teenagers in 1978. They released the first single, "I Hate Tourists" in 1980 and contributed 8 songs, including the title track to the 1982 hardcore punk compilation This Is Boston, Not L.A.
Ensign is a hardcore punk band from New Jersey, USA. It was formed in 1995 and signed to Indecision Records in 1996. They signed to the larger label "next door", Dexter Holland's Nitro Records in 1998 and finally came to rest at Blackout Records in 2003 after a brief sortie back to Indecision in 2000.
Ensign's second 7" EP for Orange County, California record label, Indecision Records, followed their self-titled 7" debut from May, 1996. It was released in June, 1997 on 7" vinyl only. The production run was limited to 4239 on black vinyl, 600 green, 225 white, 106 orange and a further 100 on black vinyl with a different cover to coincide with a European tour. This was inline with Indecision Records tradition of putting out releases by new bands on colored and normal vinyl and was carried through to their next release, Direction of Things to Come. It was later re-released on CD as part of a retrospective compilation, Three Years Two Months Eleven Days, in April 2000 after the band had left to join Nitro Records in 1998.
Permanent is the second full-length studio album from hardcore punk band, Count Me Out. It was released in April, 2002 on Indecision Records. After a tour of Europe in early 2003, the band split, making this their final album. As well as being released in CD format, it was also released in limited edition colored vinyl quantities of 165 red, 349 clear, and 600 black.
110 is the debut album from hardcore punk band, Count Me Out. It was released in August, 2000 on Indecision Records, following an EP released in 1999. As well as on CD format, it was also released in limited vinyl quantities of 110 clear yellow, 331 solid yellow, and 990 black – with a further 110 released to promote the 2002 tour. The album's title is a reference to the number of original copies released, but the cover indicates the album would have otherwise been eponymous.
Few and Far Between is a six track EP from hardcore punk band, Count Me Out. It was released in June, 1999 on Ambassador Records and subsequently resulted in a deal with Indecision Records.
The Silly Pillows are an American indie pop band formed by Jonathan Caws-Elwitt. They began as a home-recorded duo of Jonathan and his wife Hilary, sharing tapes through the cassette underground. In the 1990s the band evolved into a studio-recorded full lineup, which dissolved in 2000. In 2005, Jonathan and Hilary began home-recording again as "The Original Silly Pillows."
B Sides and C Sides is a compilation album by the American punk rock band Rancid. It was first released online on December 11, 2007, followed by a standard release on January 15, 2008. It contains a number of B-sides and rare songs as well as compilation or soundtrack appearances plus 4 previously unreleased songs. The set spans from 1992 to 2004, therefore it doesn't include any songs recorded with current drummer Branden Steineckert.
Jesuit was an American hardcore punk band from Virginia Beach, Virginia, formed in 1995. The band disbanded in 1999 and had a one-off reunion in 2011.
T.S.O.L. is the eponymously titled debut EP by the American hardcore punk band T.S.O.L., released in 1981 through Posh Boy Records. Its fast tempos and politically radical lyrics established the band as a major force in the southern California hardcore scene of the time. T.S.O.L. quickly moved away from leftist political subject matter, however, shifting in a gothic rock direction and changing labels to Frontier Records for their full-length album Dance with Me (1981). This led to a dispute with Posh Boy owner Robbie Fields, who claimed the band owed his label another EP. The two parties eventually reached a settlement in which Posh Boy gained the rights to T.S.O.L.'s 1982 EP Weathered Statues, combining it with the debut EP in the 1987 compilation album Thoughts of Yesterday: 1981–1982. Nitro Records purchased the master recordings from Posh Boy in 1997 and re-released the two EPs as the compilation T.S.O.L. / Weathered Statues.