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Your Demise

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  2. History and Etymology for demise. Noun and Verb. Middle English dimise, from Anglo-French demise, feminine of demis, past participle of demettre to dismiss, from Latin demittere to send down, from de-+ mittere to send.
  3. Hailing from the London suburbs of St. Albans, Your Demise draw inspiration from bands like Sick of It All, Agnostic Front, and Hatebreed for their aggressive, metal-laden brand of hardcore.
  4. Your Demise were a British hardcore punk band from St Albans, England, formed in They shared stages and toured worldwide with the likes of Enter Shikari, Parkway Drive, A Day To Remember and Bring Me The Horizon. On 22 September , the band confirmed that they had signed a deal with Visible Noise.
  5. YOUR DEMISE's five year rise from humble beginnings in scout huts and youth clubs has not been a smooth ride, but its these very trials and tribulations that have scarred, defined and molded them into a feral form of energy, aggression and irrepressible ambition. And today, having laid the foundation of their sound on self-funded releases 'You.
  6. Your Demise. Blood Stays On The Blade Lyrics. Bleeding knuckles and broken smiles With these friendships gone, I see it all worthwhile And still I can't see myself apologizing to anyone.
  7. Your Demise. Album The Kids We Used to Be. The Kids We Used to Be Lyrics [Verse 1] So this is the song I write for everyone who I never forgot The kids we .
  8. Oct 07,  · The new album 'The Kids We Used To Be ', an explosion of energy and ideas that sees Your Demise ascending to a higher state. Offering an addictive cocktail of hardcore and metal, punk and pop-punk, pop and rock, 'The Kids We Used To Be ' is as hard-hitting as it is uplifting, as contemplative as it is in your face and as accessible as it is.
  9. Your Demise Show all songs by Your Demise Popular Your Demise albums The Golden Age. The Kids We Used to Be. Ignorance Never Dies. The .

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