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xViciousx

xViciousx

xViciousx


In the summer of 2009 Jens (ex All Above Hate) and Sam came up with the idea of starting a straight edge band. They encountered Nate (The Mansion Incident) who had the similar idea of starting a band with only straight edge members. They were still in need of vocals and a drummer so they decided to ask around if anyone knew a drummer. That's where Willem came into their life, a xVx drummer. They all went to H8000 fest to see Thomas and Thibaut singalong with xAFBx. Read more on Last.fm
In the summer of 2009 Jens (ex All Above Hate) and Sam came up with the idea of starting a straight edge band. They encountered Nate (The Mansion Incident) who had the similar idea of starting a band with only straight edge members. They were still in need of vocals and a drummer so they decided to ask around if anyone knew a drummer. That's where Willem came into their life, a xVx drummer.

They all went to H8000 fest to see Thomas and Thibaut singalong with xAFBx. Surprised by their vocal talent they invited them over for a first rehearsel at Roeselare! About a month later everyone was ready to start rehearsing every week so they could make the music they were dreaming of! A few musical differences later Thibaut (now in Perdition) quit the band and Davy (ex Tryfon) replaced him. Ready to reintroduce straight edge and put it back on the map once again, their awesome times started. xViciousx is now a 6-piece straight edge metal/hardcore band ready to hit the stage! Their first show was on October 1st 2010 at Vort'n Vis, Ieper (Belgium). Read more on Last.fm.

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