Vein (band)

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Vein
OriginBoston, Massachusetts
Genres
Years active2013–present
LabelsClosed Casket Activities, Threat Collective
Websitewww.veintv.net
MembersAnthony DiDio (vocals)
Jeremy Martin (guitar)
Jon Lhaubouet (bass)
Josh Butts (guitar)
Matt Wood (drums)

Vein is a hardcore punk band from Boston, Massachusetts that formed in 2013. They are known for their frequent tours and have performed shows with groups such as Code Orange[5] and Twitching Tongues while in Europe.[6] In 2017 the band was signed onto Closed Casket Activities, who would issue their first full-length work Errorzone to warm reception among critics, even appearing on Revolvers early "Best Albums of 2018" list.[7] The album also managed to peak at #21 in Billboard charts' Hard Rock album chart.[8]

The band's sound is a variation of hardcore punk with influences from screamo, mathcore, drum and bass, nu metal, and horror soundtracks to films and games.[9][2] with Errorzone especially noted for its nu metal sound.[2][10]

In February 2019, Vein was featured in The Washington Post, along with contemporaries Portrayal of Guilt and Infant Island, as delivering "new life" to screamo.[4]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums
Extended plays
  • Vein (2013, Self-released)
  • Terrors Realm (2014, Self-released) (Cassette edition issued by Threat Collective)
  • Demo 2016 (2016, Self-released)
  • A Release of Excess Flesh split 7" with .Gif from God (2016, Zegema Beach/Structures//Agony/Longrail/Dingleberry/Contrition)
  • Self-Destruct 7" (2017, Closed Casket Activities)
  • Vein on Audiotree Live (2018, Audiotree)[11]
Music Videos
  • "Virus://Vibrance" (2018, Directed by Eric Richter)
  • "Demise Automation" (2018, Directed by Eric Richter)

References[edit]

  1. ^ O'Connor, Andy. "Vein Errorzone". Pitchfork. Retrieved 28 July 2018.
  2. ^ a b c Brown, Dean. "Are Vein Hardcore's Big Next Thing?". popmatters.com. Pop Matters. Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  3. ^ MACLENNAN, MATT. "Vein – errorzone". Retrieved 28 July 2018.
  4. ^ a b Chu, Hau (2019-02-15). "As the world shrivels in front of our eyes, all we can do is scream". The Washington Post. Retrieved 2019-05-17.
  5. ^ Fixell, Ethan. "Vein: The Most Explosive Live Act In Hardcore Today". kerrange.com. Kerrang!. Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  6. ^ Scancarelli, Derek. "Vein Has One Objective: Extreme Sonic Assault". forbes.com. Forbes. Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  7. ^ various. "25 Best Albums of 2018 So Far". www.revolvermag.com. Revolver. Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  8. ^ Vein chart history on Billboard website
  9. ^ https://www.allmusic.com/artist/vein-mn0003756418
  10. ^ O'Conner, Andy. "Vein: Errorzone Album Review". pitchfork.com. Pitchfork Media. Retrieved 2018-07-10.
  11. ^ Chapstick, Kesley (2018-11-28). "See Vein's Ripping Live Studio Performace..." revolvermag.com. Revolver Magazine. Retrieved 2018-12-11.

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