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Lineup And Details Revealed For 2011 “This Is Hardcore Fest”

The lineup and details for this years “This Is Hardcore Festival” has been revealed and can be found in full over at Thisishardcorefest.com. A summary of bands and venue information for the the four day affair can be found below:

Thursday August 11th:

@ the First Unitarian Church
2125 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA
19103

Underdog
Foundation
Bracewar
Reign Supreme
Mindset
Disengage
Sacred Love
Face Reality
Go Rydell

Friday August 12th:

@ the Starlight Ballroom
460 n. 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA
19123

Youth of Today
H20
Token Entry
Title Fight
Mouthpiece
Ringworm
Nails
Mother of Mercy
Praise
Wrong Answer

Saturday August 13th:

@ the Starlight Ballroom
460 n. 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA

Terror
Blacklisted with Jay Pepito and Zack Trotta performing ‘We’re Unstoppable’ era songs
Strife
Bane
Cold World
Damnation A.D.
District 9
Pulling Teeth
Hatewaves
Resurrection
Betrayed
Maximum Penalty
Rival Mob
Bitter End
Dead End Path
Coke Bust
Strength For a Reason
Stout
Suburban Scum
Poison Tongues

Sunday August 14th:

@ the Starlight Ballroom
460 N. 9th Street
Philadelphia, PA

Madball
From Ashes Rise
Reach the Sky
Killing Time
Down To Nothing
Wisdom In Chains
Touche Amore
Morning Again
Cruel Hand
All Else Failed
Victims
Stick Together
Agitator
Rock Bottom
Boundaries

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    • tenwestchaser     May 30, 2011 at 9:20 pm

      @adomonfire, historically speaking he’s absolutely correct. Not only were they around way before H2O, they have an entire movement named after them. This isn’t a matter of opinion as to which band either of you enjoy more. Concerning the history of hardcore, Youth of Today IS a much more important band than H20.

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    • Adam I’m a big fan of H2O and Youth of today, Yes Youth of today should be headling no doubt.
      Also I got the dvd with Coalesce they taped a entire show at the First Unitarian Church place looks awesome for a show.
      damn wished i lived on the east coast several of these bands i would love to see on this.

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    • tenwestchaser     May 31, 2011 at 12:01 pm

      @jayofdajungle….Exactly.

      @Element….Clearly, nobody questioned the genre either band plays. If you can’t tell the difference between a discussion about a bands influential power versus an arguement about who is hardcore than ya should probably just sit the next one out. Just sayin….

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    • Let’s all just agree thay Element is the most hardcore so we can get on to more impotant stuff like when did Strife get back together? Last time I saw them was when they were doing the non-straight edge thing and the Louisville Sluggers (KY Courage Crew for those who don’t know) showed up and wouldn’t let anyone dance. It was fucked up.

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    • tenwestchaser     May 31, 2011 at 1:24 pm

      So wait. You completely misconstrue a conversation and tell us how “arguing what is and what isn’t hardcore on the internet, is about the least hardcore thing there is,” I completely call you out for not paying much attention to what we were actually saying and your final reply is……you telling me how much more hardcore you are than me/us? Man, you’re unbelievable.

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    • Vujaa De     June 1, 2011 at 10:42 am

      the avatar program cut the top off when i uploaded it so you cant see his arm reaching around, and i’m to lazy to fix it, spent enough time looking for the picture.

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