100 Demons

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100 Demons
Origin Connecticut
Genres Metalcore, hardcore punk, crossover thrash
Years active 2000 – present
Labels Goodlife,Dead Serious Recordings
Deathwish Inc.
Associated acts Forced Reality, Death Threat, Icepick
Members Pete Morcey - Vocals
Rich Rosa - Drums
Jeremy Braddock - Guitar
Rick Brayall - Guitar (solos)
Collin Reilly - Bass
Past members Bruce Lepage,Tim Mead

100 Demons is a five-piece metal-influenced hardcore punk band from Waterbury, Connecticut. Being fans of tattoos, the band derived their name from a book of traditional Japanese tattoo artwork by Horiyoshi III. The band often incorporates their Agnostic beliefs into their lyrics.[1] [1]

After over a decade of playing in the Connecticut hardcore scene, Deathwish Inc. announced the signing of 100 Demons to a record contract in 2003. In a press release the label was quoted as saying "Today's 100 DEMONS encapsulate a viciousness and ravenous intensity that few could achieve." The band then found themselves at Planet Z Studios with producer Zeuss (Hatebreed, Shadows Fall) recording their self-titled album.

Vocalist Pete Morcey was a guest vocalist on the song "Real Recognizes Real" by Icepick. He is also the vocalist of the oi! band Forced Reality.

Their video for "Repeat Process" was featured on Headbangers Ball.

Discography[edit]

Album Title
In the Eyes of the Lord
100 Demons

Music Videos[edit]

  • Repeat Process (2004)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Lyrics to 100 Demons". Lyrics Freak.Com. Retrieved 1 September 2013. 

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