Blame it on Bobby Knight. Who else was the fuel for the rage and aggression that emanated from Indianapolis quintet Split Lip
, who shook the foundation of the Hoosier State with their hyper-literate, dense amalgamation of late 90s emo and hardcore. Co-songwriters David Mead and Seth Rubenstein announced their status as forces to be reckoned with with the brash and brawny Archived Music for Stubborn People
, followed a few years later by For the Love of the Wounded,
And then just as things were picking up, everything changed. The band released the opus Fate's Got a Driver
, but altered their name to Chamberlain
, and then the tectonic plates started shifting.
In 1998, the group decided...