Most Precious Blood Nothing In Vain Zip

Most Precious Blood Origin, Genres, Years active 2001–present Labels Associated acts, Website Members Rachel Rosen Rob Fusco Matt Miller Colin Kercz Thomas Sheehan Most Precious Blood is a band from, formed from the remnants of the band. They blend the song structures of hardcore with, and the band cites, and as influences, among others.

They were signed to until it dissolved in 2010. They are now with Trustkill president Josh Grabelle's new label Bullet Tooth. The band and its members advocated, and, and they were all belligerents.

As of 2015, vocalist Rob Fusco is no longer. Razer deathadder driver without synapse diagram. However, they deny being preachy in any way, saying 'I'm not going around trying to change people because people are going to change when they want to.

If I said something that you found truth in, or that you found made sense, cool - I'm glad I was a catalyst to help you come to your own conclusions.' Contents.

History Originally, the band featured former Indecision guitarists and Rachel Rosen, as well as on-again off-again Indecision vocalist, Tom Sheehan. On their debut full-length for Trustkill Records, (2001), Brannan played guitar, Rosen played bass, and Sheehan did vocals. Nothing In Vain was recorded in a 9' x 15' one room studio in an abandoned building near, Staten Island. The building was once an old age home for sick and dying wayward sailors. There were odd noises that ended up on the master tapes that the band never recalled hearing during the recording. The album was engineered/produced by long-time Indecision producer who would later go on to play guitar for. Original Indecision drummer Pat Flynn played drums on Nothing In Vain but left the group immediately following the completion of the record.

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Flynn walked out of the studio once he finished his drums tracks; the cymbals still sizzling. The band then recruited Sean McCann. He would stay with the group for several years and would play on 2003's Our Lady of Annihilation. McCann then left the band in the middle of the night before the band was set to fly to Arizona for a gig.

When the band woke up and McCann was nowhere to be found; only a was left behind underneath the wiper blade of the band's van parked outside. The band still boarded the plane and flew down to Arizona without a drummer. The band hooked up with the drummer from Where Eagles Dare, a hardcore punk outfit from, and used their drummer for the show, teaching him the songs the night before the gig. In 2003, after Sheehan departed the band to return to school, the band teamed up with former vocalist, added Atlanta's on bass and moved Rosen to second guitar for their second album Our Lady of Annihilation. Surprise hits 'The Great Red Shift' and 'Your Picture Hung Itself' launched the band's profile. The album also features a guest appearance from 's Lou Koller. MPB contributed a cover of 'Sweet Child Of Mine' to Bring You to Your Knees: a Tribute to, a cover of 'Rise Above' to Black on Black: A Tribute to, and a cover of 'Alone' to Our Impact Will Be Felt: a Tribute to with Paul Klein (A Lifeless Alliance, ) filling in on drums.

MPB was the first American Hardcore band to tour. They've also been to 50+ countries, including most of, as well as, and all over the U.S., and.

Rachel Rosen and Justin Brannan appeared in minor roles in, an produced in the scene. MPB has had 13 drummers over the history of the band. Sean McCann (2001-2003) and Colin Kercz (2004-present) are the longest serving. Recent activity The band has denied rumors of a break-up, claiming they've just been taking time off to relax and write a new album, after a 2+-year non-stop global touring schedule.

The band has been quoted as saying they were interested in 'bowing out of the mass appeal madness' that has struck the hardcore scene and wants nothing to do with the 'glossy culture' anymore. The band has been finished with their fourth album, Do Not Resuscitate, for some time. Do Not Resuscitate was released February 1, 2011 on Bullet Tooth, formerly. Band members Current members. — guitar. Rachel Rosen — guitar, vocals.

Rob Fusco — vocals. Matt Miller — bass guitar. Colin Kercz — drums Former members. Tom Sheehan (vocals) 2000-2003. Sean McCann (drums) 2001-2004. Pete LaRussa (drums) 2000 Discography.

Nothing In Vain (2001). Our Lady of Annihilation (2003). Merciless (2005). Do Not Resuscitate (2011) Cover art for the first three albums was done by Music videos.

'The Great Red Shift' (2003). 'Shark Ethic' (2006) References.

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