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Embrace Today are an American straight edge metalcore–hardcore punk band from Boston, Massachusetts. They have toured with such bands as Bleeding Through, Champion, Bury Your Dead, Ion Dissonance, Premonitions of War, Since The Flood, and Haste the Day. Based on their 2002 release "FxYxIxE," ExT is perhaps best known for a militant straight edge approach during their live shows and for creating a "Fuck You I'm Edge" mentality within the hardcore scene. Read more on Last.fm
Embrace Today are an American straight edge metalcore–hardcore punk band from Boston, Massachusetts. They have toured with such bands as Bleeding Through, Champion, Bury Your Dead, Ion Dissonance, Premonitions of War, Since The Flood, and Haste the Day. Based on their 2002 release "FxYxIxE," ExT is perhaps best known for a militant straight edge approach during their live shows and for creating a "Fuck You I'm Edge" mentality within the hardcore scene. They are often considered the heir apparent to Syracuse, Straight Edge juggernauts Earth Crisis.

Embrace Today was considered one of the hardest working bands of their time having toured non-stop for years. Though the band members support the NRA (National Rifle Association), Right to Life, Glenn Beck, and many other right wing causes and personalities, they have always maintained an apolitical approach to their music. Members include Steve Peacock - vocals, Scott Peacock - guitar, Scott Wilde - bass, Ben Fowers - guitar, and Andy Vickery - drums. 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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