Talk:25 ta Life

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Heavy Metal[edit]

25 ta Life is not heavy metal in any kind of way, I'm removing this--Kmaster (talk) 16:47, 2 April 2008 (UTC)

Apparition[edit]

they appeared on Prophecy Records "Our Blood, Our Brotherhood".

add that. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Virginiasc (talkcontribs) 22:45, 29 June 2008 (UTC)

Seth from One4One joined in Nov 1996. 25 ta Life opened for Agnostic Front's reunion show at the Wetland in December 1996 and then played all of AF's East Coast Dates along with Madball, Hatebreed and H2O in early 1997. They went to Japan in April 1997. Warren and Beto left in May 1997 after the West Coast Tour. Mike from One4One joined on bass in June 1997 and they went to Europe in July 1997. Recorded Strength Through Unity in July 1997 writing half of it on the spot. Loyal to da Grave featuring Freddy from Madball and Lord Ezec from Crown of Thornz/Skarhead was written and recorded in less than an hour. Mike left in August 1997 and was replaced by Dave from Faction Zero. Later that month, they went to Puerto Rico and recorded 2 songs for the New York's Hardest 2 Compilation with Candiria and SFA. In October-November 1997, Biohazard took 25 ta Life on a short 8 show tour of the East Coast from Washington DC to Boston. Seth left the band in February 1998. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.84.124.93 (talk) 17:10, 10 May 2009 (UTC)