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British hardcore act Knuckledust has issued the following announcement about canceling upcoming live shows:
"Due to an accident that occurred this weekend, Knuckledust has unfortunately been forced to cancel all shows for the remainder of 2012.
"We sincerely apologize to all the promoters and anyone who was looking forward to coming out to see us but we can assure you these shows will be re-booked in 2013. Until then, stay safe and try not to break any limbs. Cheers!" More...
Every week in Unearthing the Metal Underground, we take a look at three quality bands that haven't gotten as much exposure yet as they should. This week, we'll be taking a slightly different approach to the article and focusing on hardcore music instead, specifically hardcore music in the United Kingdom.
The history of hardcore in Great Britain dates back a long way, beginning with what would become known as the "UK82" scene (also called "No future punk" and "UK Hardcore" amongst other things,) which featured massively influential bands such as The Exploited and the socially concsious, Discharge, who were so influential that they had a sub-genre named after them called D-Beat (similar to hardcore, only even faster,) which featured other high quality British hardcore acts like The Varukers.
Discharge - "Never Again"
The Varukers - "Soldier Boy"