“The mid to late ’90s in NJ was some serious glory days for some, and a source of constant frustration for other hardcore fans. The thug mentality, Kickboxing, and metal were all creeping into hardcore more and more at that time. Many people ran away from this style and others welcomed it at the door. I was one of the ones who embraced it with open arms. I related to the harshness and attitude that many of these bands and songs were emanating at the time. In fact, not much has really changed about my tastes to this day. I still listen to a wide variety of music but I’m a sucker for some good old groovy hardcore that is genuinely filled with anger and ferocity.
Burn Side was a small band that put out a few demos through out the nineties, a 7”, and a CD on RPP records from Belgium.” - coregasm blog
Edited by xactionjacksonx on 12 Aug 2007, 03:17
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