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The Shizit

The Shizit is a digital hardcore act from Seattle, Washington, USA, initially formed by J.P. Anderson and Brian Shrader in 1999. The music is an intense mix of gabber, breakbeat, drum and bass, hardcore techno, hardcore and heavy metal guitars, amped up with aggressive political lyrics. The band released two CDs on mp3.com, and as it was spread quickly among underground sources, the band steadily built up their following. In 2001, they began work on their third album, Soundtrack for the Revolution. In 2003, the band announced they were disbanding due to personal disputes between Anderson and S ...read more

The Shizit is a digital hardcore act from Seattle, Washington, USA, initially formed by J.P. Anderson and Brian Shrader in 1999. The music is an intense mix of gabber, breakbeat, drum and bass, hardcore techno, hardcore and heavy metal guitars, amped up with aggressive political lyrics. The band released two CDs on mp3.com, and as it was spread quickly among underground sources, the band steadily built up their following. In 2001, they began work on their third album, Soundtrack for the Revolution. In 2003, the band announced they were disbanding due to personal disputes between Anderson and Shrader. In 2009, for the Precursor tour, JP Anderson appeared as a support act with Cyanotic and released a three track EP entitled Drek Kick. Later Anderson announced on the Rabbit Junk Myspace page, as well as in an interview for The RazorBlade DanceFloor during the course of the Precursor tour that The Shizit were back. The Shizit's second, self titled album was released as a free download on 15th October on archive.org and later through Glitch Mode. This self titled album does not feature Brian Shrader. « hide

Similar Bands: Crossbreed, Spineshank, Acumen Nation, Rabbit Junk

LPs
The Shizit
2009

3.8
66 Votes
Soundtrack For The Revolution
2001

4.2
23 Votes
Script Kiddie
2000

3.6
8 Votes
Evil Inside
1999

3.4
10 Votes
Live Albums
Live At Club Spirit
2008

3.5
4 Votes
Compilations
Remixed For The Revolution
2004

3.7
5 Votes

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