Local hardcore band
The members of NVM live simple lives: They practice in small spaces, perform live shows for next to nothing, and scream lyrics they're parents don't like. They're just like any other local hardcore band. Except, they're kind of not though. The four formed their band in October of , a time when the Southern Utah music scene was growing in size and interest. Inspired by bands like Underoath, Smashing Pumpkins, Van Halen, The Police, and a slew of emo bands from the mids, NVM pulls influence from old-school 80s rock, shoegaze, and metalcore to form a sound Mariano described as "nostalgic" and without planting its feet firmly in any genre. Although NVM's "new sound" isn't less aggressive, Johnson said it's more universal and more accessible.
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Exhibitors is a five-piece melodic hardcore band that is well-known in the local hardcore scene. One of the many pioneers in the scene, Overthrown has proved time and time again that age does not define who you are, especially when it comes to music. Staying true to their sound: old school 90s hardcore, the band has developed their own identity in the scene and also across the globe, having toured Europe successfully in the past. Losing End is by no means an unfamiliar name in the scene.
No Echo's primary goal is to help spread the word about hardcore, both new and old. I've said this before, but I know how contentious these lists can be and it's impossible to make everyone happy, but I welcome to hear whatever picks you think I might have missed. This NYC-based outfit keep true to their local roots, with a sound that brings to mind late '80s, early '90s hardcore from their region. The Florida group had me where they wanted me the second I heard the opening seconds of the EP's first track, "War Party.