The progression of Chicago’s Harm’s Way has been interesting to watch. The four-piece band started out in 2006 with the intent of playing short ’n’ fast powerviolence blasts. By their own admission, they weren’t too serious about the band in those early days—in a 2015 interview with Decibel drummer Chris Mills described performances where singer […]
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