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Orchid

Starting off in 1997 as a band experimenting with the Emo genre by significantly adding an element of chaos, Orchid is one of the bands that significantly altered the Emo genre enough to create the schizophrenic bastard child genre Screamo. Gaining notoriety with a slew of splits with other underground bands of the time, Orchid released 1 full length LP and a 10" that peaked at that sound they had on the splits. In 2002 the band released Gatefold their last effort and most progressive sound steering away from the Chaos is Me sound and developing much more; later that year Orchid called it quits.

Similar Bands: Ampere, Joshua Fit For Battle, United Nations, Jeromes Dream, Saetia

LPs
Gatefold
2002

4.2
446 Votes
Dance Tonight! Revolution Tomorrow!
2000

4.1
409 Votes
Chaos is Me
1999

4.1
553 Votes
EPs
Orchid
1998

3.5
2 Votes
We Hate You
1997

3.1
16 Votes
Compilations
Totality
2005

3.8
63 Votes
Dance Tonight! Revolution Tomorrow! + Chaos Is Me
2002

4.3
14 Votes

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