Sworn In – A Song For The Nameless


The urgent hardcore metal of Sworn In got its start in the summer of 2001. The English fivesome tried for an honest, smart approach to the genre that reflected their desperation and regret. After a demo and a few shows, Bridge Nine Records caught on and helped them release their eponymous debut CD in 2002.

 
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