Hundredth (band)

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Vocalist Chadwick Johnson performing live with Hundredth in Cologne, Germany on the Impericon Never Say Die! Tour 2013
Background information
Origin Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, United States
Genres Melodic hardcore
Years active 2008–present
Labels Mediaskare, Hopeless
Website Facebook
Members Chadwick Johnson
Alex Blackwell IV
Andrew Minervini
Lee Hutchison
J. P. Gressman
Past members Blake Hardman
Matt Koontz
Michael Raymo
Joel Gunter

Hundredth is an American melodic hardcore band from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, that formed in 2008.

Hundredth formed in 2008 in Myrtle Beach, SC. Their debut record When Will We Surrender was released by Mediaskare Records on March 30, 2010.[1] The first single from that album was "Desolate", and a music video was released on YouTube on March 18, 2010. Their second album, Let Go, was released on September 27, 2011 by Mediaskare Records. The first single from that album, "Live Today"[2] was released on Mediaskare Record's YouTube channel on July 22, 2011. The band released two EP's, "Revolt" and "Resist" through Mediaskare and No Sleep records in 2013-2014.

The group signed to Hopeless Records in 2014,[3] and released their debut album "Free" on June 12, 2015.[4] They promoted the release of their debut album during the 2015 Vans Warped Tour.[5]

Hope Into Humanity[edit]

Hope Into Humanity was a non-profit organization launched by Hundredth. Vocalist Chadwick Johnson says: "Hope Into Humanity is about getting back to basics, and about realizing our human responsibility of doing everything we possibly can to help other people, whether it be across the world or in a back yard. We're just starting this thing from the ground, and basically we want to unite with other people like us who want to see some change in the world, and if we unite together, our resources combined, and we get together as one we can make a difference, and I think that's what Hope Into Humanity is all about."

The Water Cause[edit]

Starting on the 1st January 2012, the band united with fans to raise money to provide clean water to people who are deprived of safe drinking water. In a statement by vocalist Chadwick Johnson on The Water Cause's promotional video, he says: "Hope Into Humanity is about getting back to basics, and the most basic necessity of humanity is water, so the first thing we want to do is launch The Water Cause.'

This isn't about what religion you may follow, or what political stance you may have; this is about being a human, and taking care of humans that breathe the same air that we do but don't get the privilege of drinking the same water that we do, and I feel recognizing that need and doing what you can to help others meet that need is what this thing's all about."

Through the campaign, they raised over 10,000 dollars and provided 2 villages in India clean water forever.


Year of release Title Label
2010 When Will We Surrender Mediaskare
2011 Let Go Mediaskare
2013 Revolt (EP) Mediaskare
2014 Resist (EP) Mediaskare
2015 Free Hopeless
2016 Dead Weight (Single) Hopeless


  • "Desolate" (2010)
  • "Remain & Sustain" (2011)
  • "Hurt" (Nine Inch Nails cover) (2011)
  • "Weathered Town" (2012)
  • "Free Mind / Open Spirit" (2013)
  • "Shelter" (2014)
  • "Unravel" (2015)
  • "Break Free" (2015)



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