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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...
Gregory Robson on 08/18/10 - 10:38 AM

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