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Virginia's Spitfire published several releases and showed up on a number of compilation discs before jumping to Solid State Records (ZAO, Living Sacrifice), the aggressive music imprint label for Tooth and Nail Records (Further Seems Foreve... read more
Virginia's Spitfire published several releases and showed up on a number of compilation discs before jumping to Solid State Records (ZAO, Living Sacrifice), the aggressive music imprint label for Tooth and Nail Records (Further Seems Forever, mxpx). The band, a trio at the time, would release "The Dead Next Door," its only full-length for Solid State in 1999. Following their stint on the label, Spitfire would regroup as a quartet, while publishing a CDEP on Canada's Goodfellow Records (Shogun, Taken), "The Sideshow Whiplash," in 2001. After months of rumors, the band broke up in late 2001, with several members moving on to other projects. Musically, Spitfire played a hybrid of metal and hardcore that is comparable to Every Time I Die, Jesuit, and even Deadguy. Fans of frantic, chaotic, technical metalcore should check out this underrated and under-appreciated band. hide
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