In Oregon’s capital city of Salem in 1999, punk/hardcore trio GRACE AND THIEVES emerged with a crusty, classic Neurosis-influenced sound featuring scathing dual vocals and blistering old-school thrash breaks. The band combine dark socially-commentative lyrics with speedy, abrasive bursts of anthemic hardcore, taking their intense and aggressive live sets everywhere from party basements and small venues to youth-group halls and living rooms across the northwest, disturbing the peace everywhere. After recording with Brady Greig (GUN PRO) at Corvallis’ RESIN 67 studios, various GAT songs began finding release spots on various vinyl and cd compilations for independent punk labels, including the infamous “Punk Tribute to Star Wars” seven-inch and the “The International Punk Rock Box Set”. 

They disbanded in 2002, and 10 years later they fired up the furnace again and began churning out more of their signature style punk/metal - most of which found its way to several different vinyl and cd releases put out by Veritas Vinyl, as well as various CD and digital comps.

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