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He Is Legend

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Hometown: Wilmington, NC (USA)


He Is Legend is a Christian post–hardcore band signed to Solid State Records. The band describes their sound as dirt rock; a fusion of classic rock tinge with post hardcore. The band released their first album in June of 2004 entitled 91025.

The album caught the attention of Solid State who released the follow up I Am Hollywood The band has its roots in Wilmington, NC where they previously played under the names of Stronghold (with vocalist William Evans), The Uriah Omen, and No One Wins. The band is currently recording their third album in Los Angeles. T

his album is set to be released October 3rd, 2006.


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