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Undying Morals

Undying Morals

Undying Morals


Undying Morals is not one to be categorized as just plain "hardcore". Straight outta Jersey, they prove that NJ has more to offer than just its explosive pop-punk and emo scene. They're style is oftenly referred as a clash between Poison the Well, Comeback Kid, Boy Sets Fire and Glassjaw. Their ear shattering rythmn with both new/old school hardcore ethos and guitar riffs that will keep you guessing in every song. Undying Morals has been defined not only as hardcore band Read more on Last.fm
Undying Morals is not one to be categorized as just plain "hardcore". Straight outta Jersey, they prove that NJ has more to offer than just its explosive pop-punk and emo scene. They're style is oftenly referred as a clash between Poison the Well, Comeback Kid, Boy Sets Fire and Glassjaw. Their ear shattering rythmn with both new/old school hardcore ethos and guitar riffs that will keep you guessing in every song.

Undying Morals has been defined not only as hardcore band, but an ever changing style in each song and as well as a positive hardcore band. Though being noted as a Christian hardcore band, they represent their own personal morals and ethics; and not as a religious band. The band formed in 2003 by brothers Ki(vocals) and Rambo Choe(drums), former members of Boyce Lane and Elysium, then recruited long time friend Sean Turner to play bass; Jason McGuigan (also former member of Elysium) to play guitar and high school friend of Rambo, Chris Zingler to play guitar. Soon after of their release of "A Liberal Death Artist (2oo4)". The buzz of the band had became coherent that touring was now a worthy cost.

Soon after the winter tour in 2005 and weekend warrior trips, they took time off to create new songs. After months of soul searching, they've returned to defy the hardcore genre with their release of their 2nd Ep "The Send Off Demos". That consisted of their own mix of punk, hardcore and metal. Before leaving for the summer, Chris left the band to puruse his other band.

Paul Mauro stepped up to to play guitar. After their successful summer tour, they've caused a tremendous ruckus in the underground hardcore scene with their perfect blend of breakdowns, 2-steps and sing alongs; that has left their fans floored and wanting more. Paul Mauro and Jay McGuigan left the band to pursue other interest. Still playing shows, but with no new guitar players, they have plans to pursue their long awaited winter tour 06/07 and the release of their long anticipated first full-length cd by early july 2007 and then embarking on their national summer tour. Read more on Last.fm.

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