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Showbread is a Raw Rock band from Guyton, Georgia. They were signed to Tooth and Nail Records, but recently signed to Come & Live!. They are known for their spastic vocals and energetic live shows. They tend to change their style of music from one album to the next. The band had two full time vocalists until Ivory Mobley's departure in 2007. Josh Dies, the band's primary vocalist, is also an author, penning The Spinal…

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  • pozdrowienia ze Śląska dla fanów Showbread
  • [url=http://insidemovies.ew.com/2014/02/26/doc-of-the-dead-bruce-campbell/]"Bruce Campbell on that time he officiated at a zombie wedding"[/url] obviously brings to mind two classic Showbread tracks.
  • fuck show bread fuck the name show bread
  • I'm really digging 'Cancer'!
  • Showbread fans: I've been writing about a different album each day this year for my project One Record Per Day. Yesterday I wrote about "No Sir" and you can check it out here: http://onerecordperday.wordpress.com/2013/04/22/day-112-310-showbread-no-sir-nihilism-is-not-practical/ the Showbread dudes were and probably will always be the most gracious and genuine "music people" (bands, managers, record store people, whatever) i've ever met. thanks for checking it out.
  • Haha now that I've listened to the album more I think I know what you mean by ska influence. There's that kind of driving offbeat rhythm in some songs that you find in a lot in ska. I was thinking in terms of instrumentation earlier.
  • <3
  • Hmm I'm not really seeing the ska influence, but ska generally isn't something that I listen to much so I could be wrong.
  • I disagree with @ROSSSSS. I loved their lyrics within their hardcore sound. There's almost what sounds like a ska influences on some tracks on Cancer which I really dislike, I love the harder tracks, though. The lyrics on You Will Not Die In A Prison absolutely rule.
  • I wish they hadn't become such a praise band. Their sound on The Fear of God was perfect.

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