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|Origin||West Haven, Connecticut, U.S.|
|Genres||Metalcore, hardcore punk|
|Associated acts||Hatebreed, Skarhead, Kingdom of Sorrow|
Although founded in 1996, Icepick remained virtually stagnant until the song "Born To Crush You" appeared on UFC: Ultimate Beat Downs, Vol. 1 in August 2004. Former UFC heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski frequently uses their song Onward to Victory as his entrance music for fights.
Icepick's debut album, Violent Epiphany, was released on April 18, 2006 under Jasta's record label, Stillborn. It features guest vocals by numerous musicians including Ice-T, Roger Miret, Freddy Cricien, Al Barr, Paul Bearer of Sheer Terror, and Pete Morcey of 100 Demons and, according to the band's MySpace page, it has sold over 20,000 copies by word of mouth alone.
- Jamey Jasta - vocals
- Danny Diablo - vocals
- Wayne Lozinak - guitar
- Frank Novinec - guitar
- Derek Kerswill - drums
- Violent Epiphany (2006)
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