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The Carrier



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Hometown: Boston, MA (USA)

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The Carrier are one of Boston's newest and most interesting hardcore bands. Their brand of powerful melodic hardcore is the next chapter of evolution in their genre. Emoting with a goose–bump inducing fervor unlike any other band out there today.

In the summer of 2007, The Carrier released their debut 7"EP on the Words Of War label. This amazing three song 7"EP caught the attention of the hardcore community worldwide, paving the way for the band to tour throughout the year. In late 2007, The Carrier teamed up with the Rock Vegas label (COA, Roses Never Fade) to release their first proper album titled "One Year Later". With this album The Carrier truly shined, pushing their approach to new heights, and solidifying their standing as one of the best melodic hardcore bands to surface in ages.

The Carrier will release their new 7"EP, "No Love Can Save Me" on Deathwish soon. Recorded by Jay Maas @ The Getaway Group (Meltdown, Shipwreck a.d.), the release cries out with impassioned vocals and towering guitar melodies that sway and swell before crashing forth with explosive energy. Showing the band at their most emotionally charged, while also hinting at the creative greatness that is looming on their horizon.


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Blacklisted / Verse / The Carrier live in New York

Blacklisted / Verse / The Carrier

live in New York (2008)

live show

Killing the Dream / Ruiner / The Carrier live in New York

Killing the Dream / Ruiner / The Carrier

live in New York (2008)

live show

The Carrier No Love Can Save Me [7 inch]

The Carrier

No Love Can Save Me [7 inch] (2008)

Deathwish

The Carrier One Year Later

The Carrier

One Year Later (2007)

Rock Vegas

The Carrier Demo

The Carrier

Demo (2006)

self-released

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