Integrity (band)

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Integrity
Origin Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Genres Metalcore, hardcore punk
Years active 1988 (1988)–present
Labels Relapse Records, A389 records, Deathwish, Holy Terror, Victory, Magic Bullet Records, Organized Crime Records
Website holyterror.com
Members
  • Dwid Hellion
  • Domenic Romeo

Integrity is an American hardcore punk band formed in Cleveland, Ohio in 1988. Founding member Dwid Hellion relocated to Belgium in 2003.[1]

Members[edit]

Timeline[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
EPs and singles
  • Off the Bat Demo (1987)
  • Harder They Fall Demo (1989)
  • In Contrast of Sin (1990, Victory)
  • Grace of the Unholy (1990, Progression)
  • Kingdom of Heaven (1992, Overkill)
  • Integrity (1992)
  • "Hooked, Lung, Stolen Breath Cunt" (1995)
  • Septic Death Karaoke (1995, Blood Book)
  • Project: Regenesis (1999, East Coast Empire)
  • Walpürgisnacht (2008, A389)
  • We Are the End (2010, Magic Bullet)
  • Grace of the Unholy (2010, A389)
  • Evacuate (2012, A389)
  • Kingdom of Heaven (2012, A389)
  • Detonate Worlds Plague (2012, Holy Terror)
  • Beyond the Realm of the Witch (2014, A389)
  • Deathly Fighter (A Tribute to R.U.G.) (2016, Decibel Magazine)
Splits
  • Integrity / Mayday - Les 120 Journees De Sodome (1992, Endgame)
  • Integrity / Psywarfare (1996, Victory)
  • Integrity / Kids of Widney High (1996, Blood Book)
  • Hatebreed / Integrity (1997, Stillborn)
  • Integrity / Lockweld (1998, Victory)
  • Integ2000 / Fear Tomorrow (1999, East Coast Empire)
  • Integrity / AVM (2009, Holy Terror)
  • Integrity / Creepout - Love Is... The Only Weapon (2009, Jukeboxxx)
  • Integrity / Rot In Hell - Black Heksen Rise (2011, TDON)
  • Integrity / Gehenna (2012, Holy Terror)
  • Integrity / VVegas (2014, A389 Records)
  • Integrity / Power Trip (2015, Magic Bullet)
  • Integrity / Krieg (2015, Holy Terror)
Live/video albums
  • Palm Sunday (2005, Aurora Borealis)
  • Always Is Always Forever (2005, Van Hellion)

Music videos[edit]

  • "Dawn of a New Apocalypse" (1992)
  • "In Contrast of Sin" (1992)
  • "Micha: Those Who Fear Tomorrow" (1992)
  • "Eighteen" (1993)
  • "Incarnate 365" (1995)
  • "Judgement Day" (1995)
  • "Systems Overload" (1995)
  • "To Die For" (2003)
  • "Black Heksen Rise" (2012)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ramirez, Carlos (November 16, 2009). "Integrity's Dwid Sits Down for Rare Interview". Noisecreep. AOL. Retrieved January 22, 2013. 
  2. ^ Adams, Gregory (March 21, 2013). "Integrity Announce 'Suicide Black Snake'". Exclaim!. Retrieved March 21, 2013. 

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