As pioneers and groundbreakers of metalcore, Converge maintained consistent status as one of the most original and innovative bands to emerge from the punk underground. The group came into their own around the time of their landmark 2001 album Jane Doe, growing into a tightly defined entity from the lineup changes and sound-searching that defined their hardcore beginnings. They expanded from there, signing to Epitaph Records and consistently turning in elaborate and meticulously produced albums like 2012's All We Love We Leave Behind, 2017's The Dusk in Us, and 2021's Bloodmoon: I. As each new record did better than the last commercially, the band challenged their own creative limits and sought to push the boundaries and intensity of heavy music with each new phase of their decades-long run. Converge formed in Salem, Massachusetts in the ...
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