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For the 1932 American film, see Unashamed (film).
Origin California
Genres Hardcore Punk, Christian Punk, Christian Metal, Metalcore, Christian hardcore
Labels Tooth & Nail
Associated acts Throwdown
Website Unashamed on Facebook
Past members Jeff Jacquay
Dan McManigal
Jason Carson
Matt Hernandez
Bobby Canday
Robby Forsythe
Shane Sowers
Matt Mentley
Dom Macluso
Randy Baranosky
Dave Bhanson
Dave Lauridsen

Unashamed was a Christian hardcore punk band that became one of the founding bands in the Spirit-Filled HardCore movement. Their bold faith based lyrics center around ideas directly lifted from the Bible and conservative morality. They released two albums on Tooth & Nail Records. After signing with Tooth & Nail Records, the band relentlessly until their "final" show at Cornerstone Festival in 1998.[citation needed] In 2009, the band announced that they were reforming with many of their original line-up, and would begin touring hard into 2010.[1]


  • Dave Bhanson - vocals
  • Dave Lauridsen - vocals
  • Jeff Jacquay - vocals (1993-1996, 2009-2011)
  • Dan McManigal - guitar
  • Bobby Canaday - guitar
  • Robby Forsythe- guitar
  • Chris Bartoni - drums
  • Todd ? - bass
  • Shane Sowers - bass
  • Jason Carson - drums
  • Matt Hernandez - bass
  • Dom Macaluso - bass (2009-2011)
  • Matt Mentley - guitar (2009-2011)
  • Randy Baranosky - drums (2009-2011)



  • Helpless Amongst Friends Vol. 1 (1995)

Other projects[edit]

  • Jeff Jacquay - Found, Never Alone, Resolve, Rainy Days (Alarma), Open-Field System, Tetzel Would be Proud, solo
  • Dan McManigal - Mend
  • Jason Carson - Saved, The O.C. Supertones (Tooth & Nail)
  • Matt Hernandez - The Dingees (Tooth & Nail), formerly of Project 86
  • Bobby Canaday - Lusk Clothing
  • Shane Sowers - Winner
  • Robby Forsythe- Found, Never Alone, Fasan, Open-Field System, Tetzel Would Be Proud
  • Dom Macaluso - formerly of Throwdown
  • Matt "Mental" Mentley - Throwdown
  • Randy Baranosky - Memphis Belle


  1. ^ "Unashamed biography". One-21. Retrieved September 7, 2015. 

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