Unbroken

Members of Unbroken: David Claibourn, Eric Allen (3), Rob Moran, Steven Miller (4), Todd Beattie
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://joyoutofreach.com/, http://www.myspace.com/unbrokenca, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unbroken_%28band%29

Discography of Unbroken:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Unbroken / Groundwork 5 Audio 1994 Bloodlink Records
2 And / Fall On Proverb 2 Audio 1994 Three One G (31G)
3 Life. Love. Regret. 9 Audio 1994 New Age Records
4 Ritual 11 Audio 1993 New Age Records
5 Fall On Proverb 4 Audio 1994 Lost And Found Records
6 It's Getting Tougher To Say The Right Things 11 Audio 2000 Indecision Records
7 You Won't Be Back 2 Audio 1992 New Age Records
8 The Death Of True Spirit 20 Audio 2003 Indecision Records
9 Split 2 Audio 1995 Lost And Found Records
10 And / Fall On Proverb 2 Audio Three One G (31G)
11 Absentee Debate / Crushed On You 2 Audio 2003 Three One G (31G)
12 Live @ 007, Praha (29th April 2012) 7 Audio 2012-06-15 Coffee Breath Records
13 Re-issue Re-package Re-evaluate The Songs 33 Audio 2010 Indecision Records
14 Life. Love. Regret. 9 Audio 1994 New Age Records
15 You Won't Be Back 2 Audio 1992 New Age Records
16 Discography 33 Audio 2010 Indecision Records
17 Discography 33 Audio 2010 Indecision Records
18 Ritual 11 Audio 1993 New Age Records
19 And / Fall On Proverb 2 Audio Three One G (31G)
20 You Won't Be Back 2 Audio 1992 New Age Records
21 Discography 33 Audio 2010 Indecision Records
22 Split 2 Audio 1995 Lost And Found Records
23 Circa '77 2 Audio 1995 New Age Records
24 It's Getting Tougher To Say The Right Things 11 Audio 2000 Indecision Records
25 And / Fall On Proverb 2 Audio 1994 Three One G (31G)
26 Unbroken / Abhinanda 2 Audio 1998 Trust No One Recordings
27 Circa 77 2 Audio 2003-08-26 Three One G (31G)
28 And / Fall On Proverb 2 Audio 1994 Three One G (31G)
29 Life. Love. Regret. 9 Audio 2014 Indecision Records


American hardcore band from San Diego, California. Active from 1991 to the summer of 1995. Started out as a dedicated straight edge band but decided to drop that focus later on. Highly influential for a whole sub-genre consisting of bands mixing deeply emotional and thoroughly metallic hardcore. In 2010 they reformed again for a few reunion shows and small tours – without Eric Allen, who decided to take his own life in 1998.


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