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Formed: 1999
From: Jacksonville, FL, United States
Last Known Status: Active

Background

Evergreen Terrace is a 5 piece melodic hardcore band out of Jacksonville, Florida. The band consists of Andrew Carey on vocals, Craig Chaney on guitar and backing vocals, Jason Southwell on bass, Christopher Brown on drums and Joshua James on guitar.

Evergreen Terrace's sound is brutal yet mixed with passion, melody, and heavy breakdowns and has been compared to the likes of Poison The Well, 18 Visions, Indecision and even Metallica. Evergreen Terrace released two full-length albums and one split e.p. in their frist 4 years. Following their reputation for intense live shows, a word of mouth helped Evergreen Terrace rise to the forefront of the underground hardcore scene as have supporting slots with other established bands such as Every Time I Die and Norma Jean.

Evergreen Terrace Interviews and Features

Below are our features and interviews with Evergreen Terrace.

Interview

Evergreen Terrace on Tours, BBQ, and Side Projects

Evergreen Terrace, unlike most metalcore/hardcore acts, has been around for more than a decade. With five albums and five other releases to date, the Jacksonville five-piece has little to prove among seasoned listeners and are actively getting to younger listeners by way of touring with bands like Asking Alexandria, Chiodos, Emmure, and Miss May I on the Reckless and Relentless tour.

On their stop in Nashville, TN at The Cannery on April 12th (after the show was moved from Rocketown with much controversy,) the charismatic guitarist Josh James caught up with MetalUnderground.com to shed some light on a whole assortment of things from side projects to new album plans, and from touring tips to food tips. More...

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Evergreen Terrace Interview

I recently attended Hellfest 2004 and was supposed to interview several bands during the weekend. However, after a whole bunch of problems occuring, I didn't get to interview any of them. So I then emailed all of the bands I was scheduled to interview, explained what happend and asked if they would like to do it over an email. So far only Chris From Evergreen Terrace has responded. So without further delay, here is the interview with Chris from Evergreen Terrace: More...

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