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Hopesfall

Formed in March 1998, this Charlotte group began performing in garages and houses before making attempts at professional gigs. Originally begun as a more Christian-oriented outfit, Hopesfall slowly distanced themselves from the label as their career progressed. After initially playing small clubs, Hopesfall branched out to include out-of-town gigs. In November 1998, the band met Vic Cuccia at a show in South Carolina. Impressed by the guys, Cuccia agreed to help release the band's debut album. The Frailty of Words was the result of two months of weekend recording work. In July 1999, Hopesfall was invited to play the Cornerstone Festival. The band won the audience over with a lively performance, but broke all of the stage microphones, resulting in $150 in damages. After some personnel changes and various tribulations, Hopesfall released its second effort in 2001; No Wings to Speak Of was an EP released first on Takehold Records and later through Trustkill. The band also released a self-titled single that same year. Returning to the studio shortly thereafter, Hopesfall released The Satellite Years in October 2002, and they continued being compared to Nora and Glassjaw for mixing hardcore metal with melodic undertones. Two years of touring followed to support the record, including gigs with the Ataris, Killswitch Engage, Eighteen Visions, and Coheed & Cambria, before the band returned in the fall of 2004 with the more rock-inspired A Types. It was their first release without original drummer Adam Morgan, and actually, only two members from the prior album carried over into the release, vocalist Jay Forrest and founding member/guitarist Joshua Brigham; they were completed by guitarist Dustin Nadler, drummer Adam Baker, and bassist Mike Tyson. Baker then exited in the spring of 2006, replaced by Jason Trabue. Magnetic North surfaced a year later, recorded in a Long Island studio with producer Mike Watts (As Cities Burn, As Tall as Lions). ~ Jason MacNeil, Rovi
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I was born in March '98.
"No Wings To Speak Of" is hands down one of the best "metalcore" release in that entire sub-genre.
The end of an era ... best song hands down
To skonjie- you are so stupid. I guess it makes sense that a dumb slayer fan would consider hopesfall and fallout boy in the same genre since you guys dont even realize that you're supposed to take regular showers and use deodorant. Oh yeah, slayer sucks. Reign in blood, more like reign in s**t!
Unrelated to the music: I gotta say, breaking ALL of the stage microphones and only owing $150 is a pretty good deal. Sounds like the venue was using the world's crappiest mics. Even standard Shure 57s and 58s are $100 a pop...
alexscothern
Frailty, Satellite, and No wings are like the soundtrack to my high school age memories. Fantastic. Thanks hopesfall fellas.
I'm into the evolution of hopesfall. Personally, I think No Wings and Frailty were nothing special at all and subpar compared to like sounding bands. With Mag north and A types, they were doing something of their own.
faerierain
Love this band. "Satellite Years" and "No Wings to Speak Of" by far my favorite albums of theirs. Such a shame about the problems they've had. Saw them live at Hellfest '03 and they killed it!
PLEASE STOP PLAYING THESE CRAPPY BANDS THAT HAVE NO BALLS! THIS SOUNDS LIKE FALL OUT BOY AND ALL THE OTHER CRAP IN THAT GENRE!
saw them when the satellite years was out..No worries to all who "missed" their live show, they weren't very good ;)
i miss these guys,their old stuff was good.
mokid5
amazing band, each album was inspiring it its own way. shame i never got to see them live.
minicoop1980
they were an amazing band. one of my favorites to watch live. you should have heard them with their old singer!!
Horns.
I've been to their old live shows....Tha t count?
choppertrash
They are good for sure, but unfortunatel y they broke up recently
nickole_shul l
Wow, these guys are great, never heard of them before. Anyone ever seen them live?
These guys are good... I get a hint of Glassjaw when I listened to Icarus
It Happens and Icarus are the only ones I've heard and there awesome.
andtheballro l l s
The Frailty of Words is amazing.
msd16
Yah.. Everything since The Satellite Years has been absolute pewp.
i agree
Pandora needs the rights to Satelite Years and No Wings to Speak of...

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