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The Crownhate Ruin

Hoover broke up after returning from a US tour, at a time when they were probably at the height of their popularity. They split leaving a number of new songs unrecorded and many people disappointed. Ex-Hoover members Fred Erskine and Joe McRedmond continued to play together, and joined by Vin Novara, formed a new band: The Crownhate Ruin. They played their first show barely two months after Hoover’s demise. The band’s music moved into a darker area, with more challenging arrangements and time-signatures, and while they didn’t immediately connect with some of the Hoover fans, The Crow ...read more

Hoover broke up after returning from a US tour, at a time when they were probably at the height of their popularity. They split leaving a number of new songs unrecorded and many people disappointed. Ex-Hoover members Fred Erskine and Joe McRedmond continued to play together, and joined by Vin Novara, formed a new band: The Crownhate Ruin. They played their first show barely two months after Hoover’s demise. The band’s music moved into a darker area, with more challenging arrangements and time-signatures, and while they didn’t immediately connect with some of the Hoover fans, The Crownhate Ruin began to develop its own following through touring and the release of a single and later a single album on Dischord in early 1996. After Crownhate Ruin, Erskine moved to Chicago and played in many more projects, including June of 44. « hide

Similar Bands: Hoover, Regulator Watts, June Of 44, Ambassador 990, The Boom

Until The Eagle Grins
1996

3.4
14 Votes

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