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Indecision


Groupe de musique Punk Hardcore des États-Unis formé en 1993

Indecision was an American hardcore punk band which was started in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York, United States in 1993, and officially disbanded in the summer of 2000 though they still play shows occasionally for charity.

Indecision is known for their song "Hallowed be Thy Name". The song features the lyric "For those I love, I will sacrifice" that fans across the world have turned into a tattoo. Photographer Laura Rauch took a photograph of the tattoo on the ribs of a 19-year-old US Army Infantryman named Kyle Hockenberry who was being treated in a medevac helicopter following an explosion that cost him both of his legs and one arm. The photo was taken for a military newspaper and went on to win an award from the Society of Professional Journalists. The lyric subsequently gained popularity with members of the armed forces. Winston McCall, the lead vocalist and lyricist of Australian metalcore band Parkway Drive also has one half of the lyric tattooed down each of his forearms.

History

The band members—guitarist Justin Brannan, drummer Pat Flynn, bassist Steve Bago and vocalist Tom Sheehan (who was replaced by Artie Phillie in 1998) -- met while attending Xaverian High School in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn. The band added second guitarist Rachel Rosen after having met her while performing live on her infamous WNYU radio show, Crucial Chaos, in 1996.

Initially Indecision played mostly in local clubs. Over time, a lot of the venues in their neighborhood closed down, which prompted them to take a larger step and lead to the bands integration into the New York City hardcore scene. In the early days, the band would often show up to gigs all in one car, with their equipment tied to the roof with Bungee cords.

Justin Brannan recounts these early days in the liner notes to A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall:

Fort Hamilton High School Auditorium in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York. The infamous "Battle of the Bands". Our first show as Indecision. Also playing was Out of Line (with Frank Collins (Rest in Peace), Louis Torres and Dennis Dever), Confusion (with Mike Price and Mike Fried) and Purge. Indecision had a different drummer, two guitarists and two bass players at the time. What the heck were we thinking? We used to tie Bago's bass cabinet to the roof of his car with fishing rope and drive to the shows like a caravan. 5 U.S. tours, 2 European tours, almost 300 shows and 5 years later - here we are. Indecision in late 1998. [...]

The band was first noticed for its insane live shows at The Wetlands Preserve. Indecision, being a relatively new band at the time, would often open up the Sunday matinees. After they had finished their set, the club would quickly empty out. This only added to their mystique and quickly built a cult following.

Touring

Relentless recording and touring kept the band relevant long after many of their contemporaries faded away.

Inspired by bands like Black Flag, Indecision embarked on voracious trailblazing tours, and it became their trademark usually spending a solid 9 to 10 months a year on the road. They were dubbed "The Working Man's Band" for their affinity to tour cities and countries that other bands wouldn't dare.

Indecision was the first American band to play in Croatia (Zagreb) after the Croatian War of Independence ended in 1995

Indecision also showed its appreciation for its home Brooklyn as well as New York City—which they regularly labeled "Gotham City" on merchandise --.

The former Indecision-members Justin and Rachel are now in the hardcore band Most Precious Blood on Trustkill Records.

Records and labels

The band released their first recording in 1993 on a 7-inch released by R.P.P., a then small Belgian hardcore label. Over the next 7 years, Indecision would tally over a dozen 7-inch singles on a number of different labels, including many limited color vinyl and special edition covers. The band got known on a very grassroots word-of-mouth level from New York City to Thailand, where Indecision remains one of the most popular underground American bands to this day.

In 1996 they signed with WreckAge/Exit Records family and would release 3 albums with the label over the next 3 years: "Unorthodox", "Most Precious Blood" and "To Live and Die in New York City", all of which showed off their slightly metal-tinged brand of thought-provoking hardcore (which managed to express anger and injustice without being hateful).

To Live and Die in New York City

In 1998, "To Live and Die in New York City" was their first album to feature the polarizing Artie Phillie on vocals (whom the band befriended and poached from noise-crust-punk labelmates, Milhouse), but the album retained the straight-ahead style that their other releases possessed.

The album featured an eerily prophetic manipulated photo of the Manhattan skyline engulfed in flames.

The song "Purgatory" features an audio sample about the Union Carbide tragedy in Bhopal, India. In December 1984, a gas leak at a Union Carbide India Limited plant in Bhopal, India, results in tragic loss of life in what is known as the Bhopal disaster, when up to 20,000 people lost their lives.

Release the Cure

In 1999, they tried their luck at another label, putting out Release the Cure on M.I.A. Records (and on Overcome Records in Europe). This, arguably their most highly acclaimed album, would be their last.

The lyrical content was notably more socio-political with songs questioning the government and health care and conspiracy theories in regard to AIDS and cancer research. It was the first album recorded with full songs with singer Artie...formerly of the band Milhouse. Tom Sheehan was singer previous and now for MOst Precious Blood

History

Controversy

Indecision was notoriously outspoken. Most of their album art and merchandise was somehow controversial. The band always claimed it wasn't done maliciously or hatefully, but to "stir-up a dialogue and inspire free-thought and discussion."

Touring disasters: The "Indecision Curse"

The band's tour stories have become legendary. During their first European tour in 1997, after having played a show in Wels in front of a handful of people at an indoor skate park with Flatline and Racial Abuse the band was stopped at the Austrian border on their way to Zagreb. The members were strip searched and held for hours, while the van was disassembled by the customs officials. Another incident happened on the last day of a tour in Quebec in 1999, when they had all their money and merchandise seized.

A follow-up to "Release The Cure" was in the works and tentatively entitled "The Curse" but the band broke up before anything was recorded.

Breakup

Indecision disbanded after a show in El Paso, Texas, while on tour with Kill Your Idols on June 7, 2000.

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Membres du groupe :   Tom Sheehan, Steve Bago, Pat Flynn, Rachel Rosen, Justin Brannan, Artie Philie




- Discographie -

26 albums

Indecision - What It Once Meant

What It Once Meant

2015 - États-Unis
Hardcore
DVD NTSC3 Pistes
Morsecode Recordings


Indecision - All About Friends Forever Volume Two

All About Friends Forever Volume Two

2012 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
All About Friends Forever


Indecision - In God We Rust

In God We Rust

2000 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Album14 Pistes
Shing Records


Indecision - Higher Side Of Low / Tunnel Vision

Higher Side Of Low / Tunnel Vision

1999 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Single2 Pistes
M.i.a. Records


Indecision - Release The Cure

Release The Cure

1999 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Promo4 Pistes
M.i.a. Records


Indecision - To Live And Die In New York City

To Live And Die In New York City

1999 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Vinyle 12"11 Pistes
Jawk Records


Indecision - To Starve And Steal In New York City

To Starve And Steal In New York City

1999 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Vinyle 7"5 Pistes
Denied A Custom Records


Indecision - A Hard Rain

A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall: A Discography Of Seven Inches And Compilation Tracks

1998 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Album CD Compilation27 Pistes
Released Power Productions


Indecision - Demo 1998

Demo 1998

1998 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Single Sided5 Pistes



Indecision - Campaign For Complete Musikal Destruction

Campaign For Complete Musikal Destruction

1998 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
The Abolition Of Work


Indecision - Most Precious Blood

Most Precious Blood

1998 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Album CD13 Pistes
Exit


Indecision - Live!!!

Live!!!

1997 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Album15 Pistes
Our World Records


Indecision - Split 7"

Split 7"

1997 - États-Unis
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
12:05 Records


Indecision - Sons Of Abraham / Indecision

Sons Of Abraham / Indecision

1997 - États-Unis
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyle 7"2 Pistes
Exit


Indecision - Dashboard Icons

Dashboard Icons

1996 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Album5 Pistes



Indecision - Sea Shepherd Jamz 1996 / GO Jamz 1996

Sea Shepherd Jamz 1996 / GO Jamz 1996

1996 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette EP8 Pistes



Indecision - Wash This Out Of Your Life

Wash This Out Of Your Life

1996 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Single Sided4 Pistes
Not On Label (indecision Self-released)


Indecision - Samaritan

Samaritan

1996 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Positive Face Records


Indecision - Unorthodox

Unorthodox

1996 - États-Unis
Punk, Hardcore
Vinyle 12"17 Pistes
Exit


Indecision - 4 Songs

4 Songs

1995 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Album4 Pistes



Indecision - Straighter Than You Crew 1995

Straighter Than You Crew 1995

1995 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Single Sided7 Pistes



Indecision - Good Hooch!

Good Hooch!

1995 - États-Unis
Indie Rock, Power Pop
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Igor Records


Indecision - Three More Songs

Three More Songs

1995 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Cassette Promo4 Pistes



Indecision - Believe

Believe

1995 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Too Damn Hype Records


Indecision - Indecision

Indecision

1995 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Released Power Productions


Indecision - Youth Crew 1995

Youth Crew 1995

1995 - États-Unis
Hardcore
Vinyle 7"4 Pistes
Back Ta Basics Records




- Vidéos Indecision -

11 Vidéos






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