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Integrity is a metallic hardcore Band originally from Cleveland, Ohio that formed in 1988, combining a blend of classic horror, apocalyptic visions and religious dementia with a metallic hardcore punk backbone that was not particularly common in the late 1980s-early ’90s hardcore punk movement.
Officially forming in late summer of 1988 in Cleveland, Ohio, the band consisted of vocalist Dwid Hellion, guitarist Aaron Melnick, bassist Tom Brose and drummer Tony Pines… Originally playing a fast-paced form of hardcore punk with a straight edge attitude, the band later changed their sound and began combining hardcore punk, heavy metal and apocalyptic lyrics that was not particularly common in the late 1980s-early ’90s hardcore punk movement, a sound later know as “holy terror”, which a number of other bands began to adopt at the time and later.
They had once played together (minus Tom) in an earlier band called Die Hard, but due to the opinion of the other members that Dwids vocals/lyrics would not be accepted by the mainstream hardcore scene, Dwid was kicked out of the band and was replaced by “Stork” Schlacter.
After leaving Die Hard, Dwid was contacted by Tony Scummel on a recommendation from Walter of the Gorilla Biscuits. Dwid agreed to demo some songs for a possible record on Tony’s new label Victory Records.