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A death for every Sin

September 18, 2009

I was part of some middle wave in Montreal hardcore. Before me was truth, after me is questionable. When I was going to shows on the weekly, I was part of that younger crowd that saw the OG’s as idols. I can’t say I witnessed it all, but I can say I did witnessed some of this:

Montreal’s A Death for Every Sin formed in the summer of 99 as a reaction to what seemed to have forgotten about Hardcore. My boy, Fred Tremblay found vocalist Nick Racicot and drummer Ben Dussault (what is now the OG lineup of Final Word with Ben Trepanier), then recruited Max Jenniss and Phil Marchand from In Dying Days (who can forget that band?) and the writing began. Within months the band had recorded and released a 3-track demo that established them a solid fan-base in Europe, Canada, Japan, and the US. A Death For Every Sin shared the stage on tour with bands likes Death Threat, Buried Alive, Throwdown, All Out War and Hatebreed.

The other day I was cleaning out my room. Came across this long sleeve. Paused…admired, and folded it to put it back in the drawer to rediscover it again in a few years.

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. gordonball permalink
    September 28, 2009 11:23 am

    thats awesome. in the back of my closest, hidden behind all my hippy shirts is a left for dead, integrity, and a eXc firestorm hoody.

    gb

    • aurawithanm permalink*
      September 28, 2009 12:12 pm

      Amazing! I wish I had something from Integrity.

  2. rich permalink
    July 22, 2010 6:06 pm

    sell me this please !

    • aurawithanm permalink*
      July 24, 2010 3:41 pm

      @rich. NO WAY!!!! love it too much haha.

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