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Reach 454

Reach 454

Reach 454


Reach 454 was a metalcore band from New York, New York, USA active from 1996 until 2006 "Reach 454 was a pummeling post-hardcore combo based in New York City. Formed on Long Island in 1996 by ex- Sick of It All bassist Richie Cipriano, who switched to guitar for the new project, Reach 454 also included vocalist Rene Mata, bassist Dan Martinez, and ex-Day in the Life drummer John Kamoosi. The band was active on the New York scene, gigging frequently Read more on Last.fm
Reach 454 was a metalcore band from New York, New York, USA active from 1996 until 2006 "Reach 454 was a pummeling post-hardcore combo based in New York City. Formed on Long Island in 1996 by ex- Sick of It All bassist Richie Cipriano, who switched to guitar for the new project, Reach 454 also included vocalist Rene Mata, bassist Dan Martinez, and ex-Day in the Life drummer John Kamoosi. The band was active on the New York scene, gigging frequently with future heavy rock notables like Papa Roach and System of a Down and playing festivals like the Warped Tour. Reach 454 finally caught a break when Lava/Atlantic president Jason Flom signed them after a strong performance at a label showcase.

The band entered the studio in 2002 with producer Jay Baumgardner (Papa Roach, Drowning Pool), and emerged in summer 2003 with their self-titled debut. The album showcased Reach 454's dynamic melodic shifts and hard-hitting guitars, and was possessed of the stylized, radio-ready burnish favored in the existing nü metal scene of the early 21st century. " - Allmusic's Johnny Loftus Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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