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Stockholm Syndrome
The Stockholm Syndrome formed in early 2002 by friends Nathan Pyewacket [Bassist], Chris Buttery [Guitarist/Vocals], John Banicevic [Drums], and Eli Partridge [Vocals] from ashes of their earlier hardcore band Syndicate. The intention of The Stockholm Syndrome was to write music that attempted to do nothing less than challenge the parameters of their expressive needs and capabilities, as well as push them musically outside of the 'pigeon hole' category of hardcore. The band create this by incorporating pummelling and chaotic metal influenced hardcore that ignores being technical for the sake of technical, and by the unpredictable song structures and explosive vocals that will carry you through songs only to knock you over in a train-wreck of heavy discordant chords & tortured breakdowns. Soon after The Stockholm Syndrome's inception, they had recorded & released a 4 track self-titled CDEP & a single track Split seven inch with "Staying At Home". Both assisted by "Deplorable Recordings", and it was said that around this time it was quite evident there was a certain connection in the band, a sort of intriguing power emanating between members, displayed in their active stage presence & all consuming songs. From this point the band has been kindly given opportunities to take part in Annual Hardcore & Metal Festivals along with a plethora of shows covering all types of musical genres [local & interstate]. Late 2003 saw The Stockholm Syndrome sign with 'Chatterbox Records' and plans to re-release the 4 track self-titled CDEP along with the single track off the split seven inch, destined for shelves mid 2004. During this time the quartet will take time out to record material for the eagerly awaited [untitled at this time] album. The Stockholm Syndrome plan to incorporate all influenced musical styles from their broad amalgamation of musical inspiration on top of their well developed sound & structure, while also experimenting with new ideas. Expect to see The Stockholm Syndrome push barriers & test them selves as they continuously take heavy music & energy of expression to new levels.

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