Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Structure Twentyfour - In Our Disposition tape

Structure Twentyfour was a short-lived straight edge hardcore band from Virginia in the first half of the '90s... Besides a demo from 1993 this is their only proper release, available only on tape. It was released in 1994 on $iege Records, also out of Virginia. It's actually a nice pro-printed tape, and the insert mentions that Structure Twentyfour was sponsored by Vans, haha. The band split up soon after this tape was released, according to their myspace they played exactly 1 show between the release of this tape and their demise. Auch... Anyways, this tape is pretty good stuff, even if it's fairly typical '90s mid-tempo metallic hardcore, with the intricate guitars making this band better than average, adding some Snapcase influences here and there. And songs like 'Underestimate' or 'Tear At The Mountain' are just plain awesome.

BTW, I know the demo and this tape can be downloaded from their Last.fm page. But I still felt like giving this band some attention so I ripped my tape and scanned in the insert regardless.

Structure Twentyfour - In Our Disposition tape
Structure Twentyfour myspace

3 comments:

raviisangry said...

Ahh dude, would be great if you could re upload this!
Thank you, love the blog!
You don't by any chance have the mosaic 7" by Chilmark?

XemonerdX said...

Re-upped, enjoy! And yes, I have that Chilmark 7", I'll put it on my to-post list.

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much for posting this, always nice to see this type of thing, albeit 20 yrs later.
-Clint