greggharrington 
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Senior at Point Park University, studying Journalism and Communications with a concentration in print. Freelance writer for multiple websites as well as the Pittsburgh City… More »

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Re: “Lava Lounge Revives Emo Glory Days

"Lyrically, [Rites Of Spring] also shifted hardcore into intensely personal realms and, in doing so, are often considered the first "emo" band, but [the band] itself rejects any association between themselves and emo genres."

Posted by greggharrington on 08/23/2012 at 4:39 PM

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