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With the release of their digital debut, Industry Vs. Inferiority, in 2002, Knoxville's emo/streetpunk favorites Atropos took a dive into the big pond of postmodern hardcore experimentation. And, for the most part, the album is a smashing success. Led by the sandpaper-and-cigarette rasp of Knox-punk mainstay Tony Johnson (also the band's guitarist and primary lyricist), Atropos dared to move beyond the limited confines of punk's three-chord blueprint. The album's eight songs feature meticulously constructed rhythms that interweave to form a stark backdrop for Johnson's caterwaul of existential angst. (John Sewell)

Musicians in Atropos

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Tony Johnson guitar, vocals

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