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Shards

Shards

Shards


There are multiple artists with the name Shards: 1: Raleigh, North Carolina's newest punk sensations, Shards (former/current members of Logic Problem, Crossed Eyes, Whatever Brains, and Street Sharks) rip through six tracks of dark, richly melodic punk on this 6-song demo cassette. Bucking the current trend of always playing as fast as possible, Shards reach back to punk's pre-hardcore days, recalling straightforward yet evocative records like the Misfits' Static Age and TSOL's early EPs Read more on Last.fm
There are multiple artists with the name Shards: 1: Raleigh, North Carolina's newest punk sensations, Shards (former/current members of Logic Problem, Crossed Eyes, Whatever Brains, and Street Sharks) rip through six tracks of dark, richly melodic punk on this 6-song demo cassette. Bucking the current trend of always playing as fast as possible, Shards reach back to punk's pre-hardcore days, recalling straightforward yet evocative records like the Misfits' Static Age and TSOL's early EPs, but with a snarling vocalist that brings to mind Darby Crash at his nastiest. If you're looking for punk with power and hooks, this is your new favorite band. http://shards.bandcamp.com 2: Shards are a young band from the United Kingdom, Essex, who play a furious blend of thrash, sludge, hardcore and punk, although not limiting themselves as is evident by the constant genre blends and vocal styles.

They recently self released their demo 'Hated.' 3. Shards is a german techno producer. He recently self-released material on a homonymous label and also seems to be associated with Mord, a record label based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Read more on Last.fm.

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