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Sick of It All

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Formed during 1986 in Queens, the band released their first self-titled EP on Revelation Records and began to accumulate a strong local following by playing famous clubs like CBGBs ('AMonth Of Sundays' actually pays tribute to these glorious days at this legendary venue). Soon after, the band released their first full-length record 'Blood Sweat And No Tears' on In-EffectRecords. Often revolving around politics, social injustices and life on the streets of New York, the band wore their heart on their sleeve and made no apologies, often including threads ofp ...read more

From their website.

Formed during 1986 in Queens, the band released their first self-titled EP on Revelation Records and began to accumulate a strong local following by playing famous clubs like CBGBs ('AMonth Of Sundays' actually pays tribute to these glorious days at this legendary venue). Soon after, the band released their first full-length record 'Blood Sweat And No Tears' on In-EffectRecords. Often revolving around politics, social injustices and life on the streets of New York, the band wore their heart on their sleeve and made no apologies, often including threads ofpositivity. When their second album 'Just Look Around' was released in 1992, it was a benchmark for the band and the New York hardcore scene, and kicked off their globe-trotting expansionwith tours in Europe, South America and Japan. They released their breakthrough album 'Scratch The Surface' in 1994 on Atlantic, followed by the seminal album 'Built To Last' in 1997. Afterreleasing three albums on Fat Wreck Chords, as well as a live album and a collection of rarities, the band took on the challenge to push themselves further. 'Death To Tyrants' wasthe band’s first cooperation with Century Media and was mixed by renowned metal producer Tue Madsen (The Haunted, Heaven Shall Burn, Dark Tranquillity,) adding a refreshingly heavy edgeto the band’s trademark NYHC sound. 'Death To Tyrants' was extremely well received by media and fans alike and followed up with three years of relentless touring. « hide

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LPs
The Last Act of Defiance
2014

3.3
18 Votes
Based on a True Story
2010

3.6
59 Votes
Death to Tyrants
2006

3.6
82 Votes
Life on the Ropes
2003

3.2
29 Votes
Yours Truly
2000

3.5
30 Votes
Call to Arms
1998

3.5
35 Votes
Built to Last
1997

3.9
57 Votes
Scratch the Surface
1995

3.7
70 Votes
Just Look Around
1992

4
57 Votes
Blood,Sweat, & No Tears
1989

3.8
61 Votes
Live Albums
Live In A Dive
2002

4
10 Votes
Compilations
Nonstop
2011

3.5
14 Votes

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