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Trap Them

Merging the heavy guitar assault of metal with the frantic tempos and lyrical rage of hardcore punk, Trap Them is a band that thrives on creative extremity. The band was formed in 2002 by vocalist Ryan McKenney (Backstabbers Inc.) and guitarist Brian Vincent Izzi (December Wolves), who shared an enthusiasm for uncompromising acts such as Entombed, Disfear, and Black Flag. The two friends began writing songs together using a drum machine, self-releasing an EP that sold out its first pressing of 100 copies at the merch table during a Backstabbers Inc. tour. By 2004, both McKenney and Izzi had parted ways with their other bands, and Trap Them cohered into a steady lineup with Derek Black on bass and Mike Sharp on drums. In early 2007, the group joined forces with Trash Art Records to release a 7" vinyl EP, C**t Heir to the Throne, quickly followed by a full-length album, Sleepwell Deconstructor. Trap Them toured heavily behind the album, which earned rave reviews in the underground press, and in the spring of 2007, noted hardcore label Deathwish Inc. signed the band. Tours with Napalm Death and Extreme Noise Terror preceded their sophomore LP, Seizures in Barren Praise, which arrived in late 2008. Uncompromising in both sound and approach, the band continued to tour heavily, remaining prolific enough to deliver both a new EP, 2010's Filth Rations, and a third LP, Darker Handcraft, a year later. The album was their first release for Prosthetic Records, which would also handle 2014's unrelenting Blissfucker. It was notable for being the first record to include new bassist Galen Baudhuin (Infera Bruo) and drummer Brad Fickeisen (No Salvation, the Red Chord), and was produced, once again, by Trap Them's longtime collaborator Kurt Ballou of the band Converge. Their fifth album, Crown Feral, arrived in September 2016. ~ Mark Deming & Timothy Monger
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Blissfucker

1. Salted Crypts

2. Habitland

3. Gift And Gift Unsteady

4. Lungrunners

5. Organic Infernal

6. Sanitations

7. Bad Nones

8. Former Lining Wide The Walls

9. Savage Climbers

10. Ransom Risen

11. Let Fall Each And Every Sedition Symptom

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Track List: Darker Handcraft

1. Damage Prose

2. Slumcult And Gather

3. Every Walk A Quarantine

4. Evictionaries

5. All By The Constant Vulse

6. Sordid Earnings

7. The Facts

8. Saintpeelers

9. Manic In The Grids

10. Sovereign Through The Pines

11. Drag The Wounds Eternal

12. Scars Align

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Track List: Seizures In Barren Praise

1. Day Nineteen / F**king Viva

2. Day Twenty Eight / Targets

3. Day Twenty Six / Angles Anonymous In Transit

4. Day Twenty Nine / Reincarnation Of Lost Lones

5. Day Twenty Five / Guignol Serene

6. Day Twenty / Flesh And Below

7. Day Twenty Four / Gutterbomb Heaven On The Grid

8. Day Twenty Three / Invertopia / Day Thirty - Class Warmth

9. Day Twenty One / Roam / Day Twenty Two - Absent Civilians

10. Day Thirty One / Mission Convincers

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Track List: Crown Feral

1. Kindred Dirt

2. Hellionaires

3. Prodigala

4. Luster Pendulums

5. Malengines Here, Where They Should Be

6. Speak Nigh

7. Twitching In The Auras

8. Revival Spines

9. Stray Of The Tongue

10. Phantom Air

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lydlazer
Ma fav band... \m/( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)\m/
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They do...
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pandora doesnt even have their new album blissfucker
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adixon747
The vocalist
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adixon747
I met Ryan
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wow,sometime s pandora is waaaay off.jerks.
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its like odium
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fact
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EUPHORIC AUDITORY ORGASM !!!!!

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