4 In Tha Chamber was a hardcore band out of the Bronx, NYC. They were formed in 1996 by Dave Mitchell (ex-Without A Cause/Fahrenheit 451), and in 1997 their 'Unstable Foundation' MCD was released on Extreme Championship Wreckords. ECW (a reference to then-popular Extreme Championship Wrestling) was a label run by 4ITC's singer Jon. Heavy & semi-groovy NYHC with a slight rap-influence, 4ITC had their own sound going on. They had some problems with their line-up and commitments outside of the band, causing the band to go through several periods of inactivity. In 2000 they released a full-length called 'Existence' on Kingfisher Records and even toured Europe in 2001. Shortly thereafter the band pretty much quit, but then reformed a few years later, with a new singer, and a heavier sound, under the name 4 In The Chamber. This resulted in the excellent 'Memories Die' CD in 2007, which they released themselves again. After that CD the band folded but again reformed a few years later, this time under the name Unstable Foundation. Under that name they released one album that I know of, which I unfortunately do not own. The last thing I heard of Unstable Foundation is that they were looking for a new singer.
Anyways, if anybody has their other stuff (especially their split with As They Die on Moosestyle Records, from 1999), please leave a comment.
...is a '90s hardcore blog, tho there might be some exceptions. Just some records and demo's from that era that I feel need to be heard. Despite the over-abundance of '90s hardcore mp3 blogs, and punk & hardcore mp3 blogs in general, I will try to put music on here that is worthwhile and isn't featured on other blogs.
Mediafire has become quite neurotic lately, so they've removed all my files recently, twice(!)... So there are a lot of dead links now, I'm looking into a more permanent solution for this. Please be patient, and if you see a missing download you are interested in, leave a comment and I'll try to up it somewhere.
If bands or labels want their stuff removed, let me know.
Vegan sXe hardcore fanatic. My fave music is '90s metallic hardcore, however I listen to all kinds of hardcore, from '80s DC hardcore to '90s emo to current beatdown and pretty much anything inbetween. And yes, I love 108.