Genres: Punk / Grind / Emoviolence/ Powerviolence / Hardcore / Screamo / Skramz
Related artists: Jenny Piccolo, The Anasazi, Welcome The Plague Year, Mohinder and
Country: Cupertino, California USA
Years Active: 1997-2001
This post's artist is from the October 2013 Mix. This is track #14.
You can download the October 2013 Mix right here.
For fans of: Lord Snow, Welcome The Plague Year, Neil Perry, Joshua Fit For Battle, Mahria, MNWA, Louise Cyphre, Jeromes Dream, Deadseraphim, Encyclopedia Of American Traitors, Mara'akate, Hassan I Sabbah, Ruhaeda, The Third Memory, To Dream Of Autumn and Nineteen aka PROPER Screamo.
MAKARA was a short-lived screamy hardcore band that shared members with legendary hardcore/screamo acts such as Welcome The Plague Year, The Anasazi, Jenny Piccolo and Mohinder. They had some high-pitched screaming courtesy of Kerry-Jo Pries of Welcome The Plague Year, ridiculous drumming with an insane amount of snare not unlike Ruhaeda and The Third Memory with further dissonant and frantic guitars which again were very reminiscent of Ruhaeda, Jenny Piccolo and newer bands such as Foxmoulder.
To be honest, newer bands like Lord Snow, MNWA and Mahria come pretty close to recreating this sound - whether or not they are even aware of MAKARA - I don't know (although I'm certain that Lord Snow was unaware of them). Seriously, if you're craving more MAKARA then go listen to Lord Snow, because it's as close as I've heard. The fact that the omsb mix had a MAKARA / Lord Snow one-two punch was no accident. Same with these postings. There's no noodling in MAKARA, but there's a ridiculous amount of speed and screeching - two of my favourite things.
Click )==>here<==( to download the band's complete discography in mp3 form.
1997 - Makara 7"ep
1998 - Shahrazad Split 10"ep
2001 - The Antique Dream 7"ep
2001 - Discography cd/12"LP
(2001) MAKARA - "Papercuts" (from 'Discography')
(2001) MAKARA - "Forever Hands" (from 'Discography')
(2001) MAKARA - "Untitled" (from 'Antique Dream')
MAKARA out-of-print discography mp3 download
I know you think you're doing people a favor by giving them our music for free, but you aren't. Please let it be known that NO ONE in this band supports pirating our work or the work of other artists.ReplyDelete
As a member of this band, please ignore grumpy below. I realize that our records are out of print and am thrilled someone shows interest 15 years later to share our work with as many people who are interested.ReplyDelete
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Thank, Anonymous! Chris? Kerry?Delete
Is it possible for you to re-upload this again?ReplyDelete
Thar eet iz.Delete