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a failure for every season
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emo, post-hardcore, hardcore, rock, melodic, screaming, punk, indie, screamo, bass
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ladies and gentlemen, we've just lost cabin pressu
Peak in sub-genre #42
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shots fired, no survivors
Peak in sub-genre #47
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remake of the 1950s classic
Peak position #72
Summer of 2004 was witness to the demise of three of the heavy hitters of the local Ontario music scene; the love letter refuge, masters and moderns and avery. Out of the ashes rose a failure for every season. Combining the searing guitar of Scott Baynton and the skillful drumwork of Jon Kopamees from avery, the growling hypnotic bass of Mike Vanderzand from the love letter refuge, and the pure angelic voice of Dan Irvine from masters and moderns gives you a failure for every season. Things started to happen in late 2004 when the members all met in Guelph, and it doesn't look like it's going to stop any time soon. Watch out for their premier EP release, 'remake of the 1950s classic', which is in the final stages of production, due out mid-April, 2005.
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taken, underoath, moneen, thrice, explosions in the sky, misery signals, every time i die, the bled, the mars volta, saosin
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