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Toughguy hardcore has a new name, and that's Diecast. Formed in early-1997, the band began writing material and playing shows as a four-piece. After several line-up changes, the band finally settled down with its current singer (Colin), and... read more
Toughguy hardcore has a new name, and that's Diecast. Formed in early-1997, the band began writing material and playing shows as a four-piece. After several line-up changes, the band finally settled down with its current singer (Colin), and recorded its first demo, "Perpetual War," in April 1997. Diecast would play its first show on June 7 of that year. The band's first official release, "Undo the Wicked," would originally be released on Samson Records in 1998. The band began to play more shows and increase its fanbase, thanks to its digestable melding of metal, hardcore, and mosh. Eventually, Now Or Never Records (All Else Failed, Dragbody) would pick up the release and distribute it, as well as adding the band to its roster. The year 2001 would mark Diecast's latest effort and biggest seller to date, "Day of Reckoning," for Now Or Never. Fans of new-school metalcore with plenty of mosh, crew yelling, singing, and toughness will want to check out Diecast. hide
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