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Melodic hardcore from United Kingdom
Fights and Fires emerged when two guys from Backwash took a university break. The remaining two, some of Worcesters’ punk/rock collective and an old refrigeration unit joined forces. The result is a stunning six track mini-album of chaotic, melodic hardcore.
Paying homage to their various influences: At The Drive-In, Rites of Spring, The Bronx, Husker-Du, Planes Mistaken for Stars and others, they have a forceful, thoughtful release of which they are justifiably proud.
‘Will this be my Curse?’ was recorded at The Waiting Room Studios, Worcester by Jim Turner (Tribute To Nothing, Backwash, Klay, Second Monday, Resonate) and it puts them on the starting block of a new and exc...
There are two bands under the name of Concubine.
1. Concubine was a combination of hardcore and metalcore, from Sweden. They released their first EP containing five songs, called The Blackout, during 2011. The EP was produced and mixed by Dan Swanö. The band has played with upcoming Swedish acts such as Yersinia, Last View och No Omega. They split ways in 2012, and ended their short story with a goodbye-message on facebook. Before the split-up, they released their debut full-length called A Year In The Static.
2. Concubine was an alternative rock band from Roermond, The Netherlands. Incorporating nu-metal with a range of other styles, including funk and ska, providing a more groovy edge to its songs, made Concubine...