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    Walls Of Jericho

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    Most Popular Songs (more)

    1Fixing Broken Hearts lyrics
    2Beneath the Exterior lyrics
    3II The Prey lyrics
    4Thanks For The Memories lyrics
    5Misanthropy lyrics
    6There's No I In Fuck You lyrics
    7With Devils Amongst Us All lyrics
    8No Saving Me lyrics
    9New Ministry lyrics
    101:43 AM lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    1Bound Feed The Gagged [2000]
    2A Day And A Thousand Years [1999]
    3All Hail The Dead [2004]


    Walls of Jericho is:

    Aaron Ruby - bass
    Candace Kucsulain - vocals
    Dustin - drums
    Chris Rawson - guitar
    Mike Hasty - guitar

    Latest important news -

    so to dispell any weird rumors its best to just say right here and now that we have officially split with our drummer alexei. we have received quite a few emails and messages asking as to why things are they way they are. well all i will say is that its personal differences and we will leave it at that. but, so that things are very clear and easy to understand, everyone should know that our split has nothing to do with straight edge or anything edge related. it seems to be the popular reference going around. however, we are not a straight edge band. our new drummer is not straight edge. and in no way would any of that matter one bit. we feel the split to be a fairly mutual thing and of course hope the best for alexei in the future. he is an amazing drummer and should have no problems getting into another band without any troubles.

    it seems to already be out in the local news so we are also going to officially welcome dustin, former premonitions of war drummer into the woj family. he has been great friends with us for the better part of a decade now and he is absolutely amazing. he is also a decent drummer which helps out a bit too. premonitions of war have also announced their new drummer and its awesome that we can still all go on tour with dustin in our camp and them on the tour. i guess in the end the core is really all about just being friends and hanging out. on that note all should know that we are working hard and preparing for the upcoming tour with bury your dead, full blown chaos, and premonitions of war. its going to be an amazing tour and we are expecting to have more fun than anything we have ever been a part of. all of the bands are very good friends of ours and the whole tour was set up with that in mind. we want to hang out with our friends and laugh quite a bit. what better way then out on the open road.

    well that should do it for now. hopefully this will help to curb some early rumors as to what people say however in the end its more fun to gossip and talk shit. hell thats the best part of the internet right? yep.

    mike / woj


    You would think that after an extensive two-month tour of Europe, as well as years as one of the most stalwart hardcore bands in hardcore with years of touring and playing, Walls of Jericho would be ready for a much-deserved respite. You would be wrong. After playing their first show in almost two years in the Detroit area this June, and then playing one of the strongest sets at this year's Hellfest in Syracuse, NY, as well as headlining RiotFest in Belgium, being a hardcore band on the road is the only way to go. "Touring is essential," relates singer Candace Kucsulian, "we thrive on live performances, and feel it's important for people to see us live so they can connect with us. Personally, it gets me fired up to feed off the energy of everyone who is dancing and singing along, really getting into the show. " Especially after their almost two year hiatus, Candace, along with guitarists Mike Hasty and Chris Rawson, bassist Aaron Ruby, and drummer Alexi Rodriguez are all especially anxious to share their new-found zeal for their band and the music from their new CD, "All Hail The Dead," to be released February 24 on Trustkill Records. "All Hail The Dead" is their strongest release to date, a culmination of honest growth and experience - a combination of ferocity, maturity, heartfelt emotion, technical brilliance, and above all a desire to communicate something substantial, honest and positive to their devoted fans in the midst of a music scene encumbered by vanity and fake corporate music concoctions disguised as underground music with supposed street credibility.

    Evidence of Walls of Jericho's significance and power can be summed up by Candace - "...On this new record, I am thinking about things in a more sophisticated and personal way. These new songs are more clear-cut. I have incorporated more of my personal life in this record, and I really lay myself on the line. I share my heartaches and grief, what makes me tick and what destroys me. I want to share - I want to reach people who feel like they're alone and give them a voice that allows them to be strong and know they will survive. On this new record, I didn't want to hold back no matter what." "All Hail The Dead," recorded at guitarist/recording engineer Mike Hasty's Cloud City recording studio in Detroit, MI, was also a culmination of the band's desire to bring their music to the level that fit their new found fervor and intensified direction. Along with the addition of drummer Alexi Rodriguez (formerly of Catharsis), each member of the band has found what has made Walls of Jericho a leading force in the underground music scene - commitment to, and a unity with the family of hardcore, evidenced by the devotion and sing-along intensity displayed by their loyal fans at venues around the world. Candace is clear about the relevance of the band's blend of aggressive music and substantial lyrics "What is important to me about our band's music is what is a common thread throughout the hardcore scene. Hardcore's aggression has been appealing to me - because when I was younger I was an angry kid, and I was having to deal with the emotions that life forces on you. This band becomes a way for me to vent, even now. " See them play, and become part of the hardcore family's cathartic release.

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