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Soon enough, Kill Your Idols had signed with Blackout! Records, releasing the eight-song This Is Just the Beginning in early , and on which West and Bennett were rounded out by bassist Paul Delaney and drummer Jim; second guitarist Brian Meehan later joined on as well.
View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Vinyl release of This Is Just The Beginning on Discogs. Label: Blackout! Records - BLK • Format: Vinyl 10 Kill Your Idols: This Is Just The Beginning This Is Just The Beginning (LP, Album, Red) Blackout! Records, None Of The Above: BLK, none: Germany.
Feb 12, · This Is Just the Beginning combines everything that I have just talked about. It has blinding speed that imprints the vision of a circle pit in your brain and melodic guitar parts that ALMOST makes you wish Andy could sing instead of his signature vocal barking (which is so fitting for the band).7/
Kill Your Idols blast through eight of their blistering hardcore anthems on their debut, This Is Just the Beginning. Although most of the disc is standard New York hardcore fare, the opening and closing cuts -- "Can't Take It Away" and "Shits Creek," respectively -- are memorable, and benefit from some concise lead guitar bursts from Gary, which goes a long way toward breaking up the disc's 6/
Kill Your Idols('s) Album This Is Just The Beginning. Listen to all tracks of This Is Just The Beginning for free. Tracks recorded at The Creep House on 5/11 and 8/10/ Tracks taken from the None Of The Above 12 Inch Record. Recorded 11/24/96 at Cold Spring Harbor High School. Track 8 'Shits Creek' is a Crumbsuckers coverversion.
Kill Your Idols was a hardcore punk band from Long Island/New York City, New rock.fivegallonbucket.netinfo band was active from through They were signed to SideOneDummy Records.. Their releases on SideOneDummy were Funeral for a Feeling (), a split with 7 Seconds in , and From Companionship to Competition (). Other notable releases by the band were No Gimmicks Needed and This is just Genres: Hardcore punk.