Ten 33 was an American Christian hardcore band, who primarily played a hardcore punk style of music. They came from Richmond, Virginia. The band started making music in 2002 and disbanded in 2006. The band released, a studio album, Emergency! Emergency!, in 2003, with Blood and Ink Records. Their subsequent album, Nightmare on Grace St., was released from Blood and Ink Records, in 2005.

Ten 33
OriginRichmond, Virginia
GenresChristian hardcore, hardcore punk, punk rock
Years active2002 (2002)–2006 (2006)
LabelsBlood and Ink
Websitefacebook.com/Ten33Hardcore
Past membersStephen Poore
Joey Russo
Matt Wentz
Zach Wentz
Zach Nelson

BackgroundEdit

Ten 33 was from Richmond, Virginia.[1] Their members were vocalist, Stephen Poore, guitarists, Joey Russo, Billy Mutter and Matt Wentz, bassist, Zach Wentz, saxophone player, Sweet Lou and drummer and drum machine player, Zach Nelson.[1] They formed in February 2002 and disbanded in July 2006.[2]

Music historyEdit

The band commenced as a musical entity in February 2002, with their first release, Emergency! Emergency!, a studio album, and it released in 2003, with Blood and Ink Records.[1][3] Their subsequent studio album, Nightmare on Grace St., was released on June 28, 2005, by Blood and Ink Records.[4][5][6] This would be their final release, as they disbanded in July 2006.[2]

MembersEdit

Past members[1]
  • Stephe Poore - vocals
  • Joey Russo - guitar
  • Matt Wentz - guitar
  • Zach Wentz - bass
  • Zach Nelson - drums
  • Billy Mutter - Guitar
  • William P. Scruthers - Maintenance

DiscographyEdit

Studio albums
  • Emergency! Emergency! (2003, Blood and Ink)
  • Nightmare on Grace Street (June 28, 2005, Blood and Ink)
  • Sinking Ships (Single) (2018, Self-Released)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d Rivadavia, Eduardo. "Ten 33 : Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved July 23, 2015.
  2. ^ a b Ten 33 (May 10, 2006). "Ten 33 breaking up, announce final tour". Lamb Goat. Retrieved July 23, 2015.
  3. ^ Nash, Len (October 30, 2004). "Ten 33 – Emergency! Emergency!". The Phantom Tollbooth. Retrieved July 23, 2015.
  4. ^ Rivadavia, Eduardo (June 28, 2005). "Nightmare on Grace St. - Ten 33". AllMusic. Retrieved July 23, 2015.
  5. ^ Christ Core (September 21, 2007). "Nightmare on Grace St". Indie Vision Music. Retrieved July 23, 2015.
  6. ^ Pat (August 16, 2005). "Ten 33 – Nightmare on Grace St. : Review". Scene Point Blank. Retrieved July 23, 2015.

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