Timescape Zero

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Timescape Zero
Origin Miami, Florida, United States
Genres Metalcore, hardcore punk
Years active 1991–1998
Labels X-Ray Records, Feast of Hate and Fear
Associated acts sound4sound, None Dare Call It Treason, The Goslings
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Timescape Zero is an American metalcore band from Miami, Florida formed in 1991, they are seen as one of the lesser known bands which helped start the metalcore scene. The band formed after the break-up of Hangman (who released only one song on a 7" compilation on Youthbus Records), when they replaced the original lead singer with Adel Souto of Feast of Hate and Fear fanzine. Lyrical themes include social issues, religion, politics, mental illness, individualism and self-awareness. Influenced by late 80s straight edge hardcore, Sheer Terror, Killing Time, Sick of It All, Charles Manson and Anton LaVey. Though they played reunion shows in 2004 and again in 2010, they officially broke up in 1998.

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