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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 11:53 AM
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what bands.......if any.......would you say you liked or like on this label (Blood for Blood excluded, it's a given for this board) ?
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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 12:09 PM


I used to like some stuff by Earth Crisis, Strife & Snapcase. I dont mind Path of Resistance either.

Im not a big fan of any of the lable stuff except BFB. I was always more of a Revelation fan or Taang fan.




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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 12:17 PM


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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 12:25 PM


All Out War
Hatebreed
Fury Of Five
Skarhead
Hoods
Earth Crisis
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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 12:31 PM


Definitely alot of metalcore fans here......I think if thats your cup of tea then Victory in the nineties was THE label to get that stuff out. I did like Snapcase alot until designs for automation. That album was a letdown for me. progression through learning is still one of the heaviest albums I have ever heard.........and it's not that heavy, it's the energy. Damn fine album.
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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 12:34 PM


My favorite is Hi Fi and the Roadburners, I know the only reason they were on the label was because they are from Chicago, they never did really belong at any point in Victorys evolution, but they hung in there for 4 albums and I am thankful for that. I really wish the label had persued more in that realm, I guess it was'nt a hot seller with the "hardcore" crowd though.
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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 12:36 PM


Strife- only the 1st Lp
Integrity- up to and including "Humanity is the Devil", the rest sucks.
Earth Crisis- Firestorm 7" only
Iceburn- 7" only
By the Grace of God
Deadguy
Only the Stong comp

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Integrity
Stigmata
All Out War
Ringworm
Fury of Five
Buried Alive
Hoods
Skarhead
Hatebreed
No Innocent Victim
Warzone
.........and SNAPCASE, ONE LIFE CREW




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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 12:44 PM


It was a awsome label at the time back in the day.



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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 01:29 PM


Hifi & the Roadburners
Integrity
Stigmata
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Ringworm
Fury of Five
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Skarhead
Hatebreed
Deadguy
Earth Crisis
Electric Frankenstein
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Definitely alot of metalcore fans here......I think if thats your cup of tea then Victory in the nineties was THE label to get that stuff out. I did like Snapcase alot until designs for automation. That album was a letdown for me. progression through learning is still one of the heaviest albums I have ever heard.........and it's not that heavy, it's the energy. Damn fine album.


Couldn't agree more. Great fucking album. Progession Through Unlearning was terrible. It is still better then I could though....
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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 04:32 PM


I can't believe more people here don't dig Electric Frankenstein. Great fucking band.

HiFi & The Roadburners kicked so much ass.




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How could I have forgotten Electric Frankenstein!!!!!!!!!!! Yeah, I have a couple of the Victory releases but those guys have albums out on like 8 different labels, didnt they break up?
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the Roadburners are still at it, they have a new website with promises of merch and such.........we shall see. I still want a t-shirt real bad, I even called Victory to see if they had anything old and stored they wanted to sell........nada. So.....if anyone knows where I can score a Hi Fi and the Roadburners t-shirt let me know............please
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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 05:49 PM


I used to love almost everything that came out on Victory... now it's absolute shit. I think what killed them was the last Earth Crisis album... Slither... horrible record. I'm looking forward to the Path of Resistance though, should be promising.



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How could I have forgotten Electric Frankenstein!!!!!!!!!!! Yeah, I have a couple of the Victory releases but those guys have albums out on like 8 different labels, didnt they break up?


They're still going strong. They've put out shit on a lot of labels but Sal has been buying back the rights to everything over the last couple of years. He should start his own label and skip all the red tape.

I saw the new HiFi site. I wouldn't mind a shirt as I wore out the old one I got at a show years ago. I just want a new album.




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[*] posted on 2-22-2006 at 09:02 PM


I think everything SNAPCASE ever did was golden. The last record was good but not great like everything else they ever did. DESIGNS FOR AUTOMOTION was some of the best work they ever did. Not lookinglasself but close.



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[*] posted on 2-23-2006 at 03:26 AM


Aiden
Hawthorne Heights
Action Action

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im not too big on metalcore but i liked:

Skarhead
Madcap
River City Rebels
Comeback Kid (i know theyre trendy but wake the dead is a great cd)
the Tossers
No Innocent Victim are ok
i liked the Hoods side of the Freya split but nothing else by them
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THE TOSSERS are great. St Pattys day is a comin



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I do like the Tossers but I didnt think the Victory release was as good as previous albums. My personal favorite is Long Dim Road. And yeah Discipline, a new album would be fanfuckintastic to say the least. They still site Victory as their label, why I dont know. The label did very little to promote them I think.
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[*] posted on 2-24-2006 at 12:02 AM


From the current roster on their site:

Darkest Hour
Dead To Fall
Ringworm
Snapcase (Got me into hardcore)
Voodoo Glow Skulls

From the archives:

All Out War
Blood For Blood
Boy Sets Fire
Buried Alive
By The Grace of God
Deadguy
Earth Crisis
Hatebreed
In Cold Blood
Integrity
Madball
OS101 (Never met anyone else who liked this band, they were amazing)
Reach The Sky
Shutdown
Skarhead
Stigmata
Straight Faced
Strife
Ten Foot Pole
Thumb
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[*] posted on 2-24-2006 at 01:19 AM


Aside from AF "something's gotta give" and "liberty and justice for..." and the Epitaph Insted album and Madball "Demonstrating My Style"... most of the first hardcore albums I bought were Victory releases. Warzone, Cause For Alarm, Earth Crisis, Strife, Snapcase and Hatebreed. Mid to late 90s were good for Victory... they just fell off bigtime, even though they're making multi-millions yearly. As far as I'm concerned Thorp and B9 are putting out the best shit right now in hardcore...



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Aside from AF "something's gotta give" and "liberty and justice for..." and the Epitaph Insted album and Madball "Demonstrating My Style"... most of the first hardcore albums I bought were Victory releases. Warzone, Cause For Alarm, Earth Crisis, Strife, Snapcase and Hatebreed. Mid to late 90s were good for Victory... they just fell off bigtime, even though they're making multi-millions yearly. As far as I'm concerned Thorp and B9 are putting out the best shit right now in hardcore...


agreed, thorp and B9 in my opinion are puttin out the best hardcore cds today
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