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About DYS

Wolfpack -- the first release from DYS -- was an incendiary device of searing Punk intensity that ignited a great deal of notoriety for the band. The year was 1982, and the burgeoning Straight-Edge scene embraced the band's defiant lyrics and stop-and-go moshers with open arms. Unfortunately, its cheese-metal follow-up -- Fire and Ice -- was such an abysmal disappointment that fans of their debut abandoned the group like a sinking ship. DYS soon plummeted out of sight, never to return to the surface. Despite the spottiness of their brief career, the band's intense debut still holds its own as a classic of American Hardcore.

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Wolfpack -- the first release from DYS -- was an incendiary device of searing Punk intensity that ignited a great deal of notoriety for the band. The year was 1982, and the burgeoning Straight-Edge scene embraced the band's defiant lyrics and stop-and-go moshers with open arms. Unfortunately, its cheese-metal follow-up -- Fire and Ice -- was such an abysmal disappointment that fans of their debut abandoned the group like a sinking ship. DYS soon plummeted out of sight, never to return to the surface. Despite the spottiness of their brief career, the band's intense debut still holds its own as a classic of American Hardcore.

About DYS

Wolfpack -- the first release from DYS -- was an incendiary device of searing Punk intensity that ignited a great deal of notoriety for the band. The year was 1982, and the burgeoning Straight-Edge scene embraced the band's defiant lyrics and stop-and-go moshers with open arms. Unfortunately, its cheese-metal follow-up -- Fire and Ice -- was such an abysmal disappointment that fans of their debut abandoned the group like a sinking ship. DYS soon plummeted out of sight, never to return to the surface. Despite the spottiness of their brief career, the band's intense debut still holds its own as a classic of American Hardcore.

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About DYS

Wolfpack -- the first release from DYS -- was an incendiary device of searing Punk intensity that ignited a great deal of notoriety for the band. The year was 1982, and the burgeoning Straight-Edge scene embraced the band's defiant lyrics and stop-and-go moshers with open arms. Unfortunately, its cheese-metal follow-up -- Fire and Ice -- was such an abysmal disappointment that fans of their debut abandoned the group like a sinking ship. DYS soon plummeted out of sight, never to return to the surface. Despite the spottiness of their brief career, the band's intense debut still holds its own as a classic of American Hardcore.

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