Deep Wound was a hardcore punk band formed in 1982 in Westfield, MA. They released one self-titled 7" and contributed two songs to the compilation LP, Bands That Could Be God, both of which are sought after by fans and record collectors alike.
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... early Western mass hardcore scene had several notable bands, including Deep Wound, All White Jury, Brain Injured Unit, Cancerous Growth, Pajama Slave Dancers, Grey Matter and The Outpatients ... Of these, Deep Wound was the most important, spawning pioneering alternative rock groups like Dinosaur Jr and later Sebadoh, after the breakup of Deep Wound ... Waterpistol and Psara appear on Deep Elm Records's The Emo Diaries compilation ...
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... Mascis and Barlow had previously played together in a hardcore punk band called Deep Wound, formed in 1982 while the pair were attending high school in western Massachusetts ... Deep Wound broke up in mid-1984 ... While Barlow had played guitar in Deep Wound, he accepted as he was impressed by the material Mascis was creating ...
Famous quotes containing the words wound and/or deep:
“These lovers cry, O ho they die!
Yet that which seems the wound to kill
Doth turn O ho! to ha, ha, he!
So dying love lives still.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“Many a green isle needs must be
In the deep wide sea of Misery,
Or the mariner, worn and wan,
Never thus could voyage on”
—Percy Bysshe Shelley (17921822)