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12 ’90s Emo Bands That Need To Reunite Already
12 ’90s Emo Bands That Need To Reunite Already
 It’s all the rage nowadays: All the punk and emo bands the current generation of music fans didn’t get to see in their prime are being pulled out of retirement. Some do a full tour or two (Mineral, Sunny Day Real Estate); others play shows here and there (Refused, At The Drive-In, Cap’n Jazz, the Promise Ring, Knapsack, Quicksand) and reissue their catalog with bonus cuts (American Football, Texa
“We were truly in pain, and that still translates”—Thoughts Of Ionesco’s Sean Hoen on his new memoir
“We were truly in pain, and that still translates”—Thoughts Of Ionesco’s Sean Hoen on his new memoir
Odds are, you’ve never heard of THOUGHTS OF IONESCO. That’s understandable: The Detroit-based three-piece were but a blip on the heavy-music scene’s radar, releasing a handful of abrasive, noisy, sludgy, jazz-influenced metal records that resulted in a few regional tours, a bit of label interest from Relapse Records and plenty of stories from old-school Michigan scenesters who witnessed the musica