Shai Hulud

Shai Hulud

Hearts Once Nourished with Hope and Compassion


I was reading an interview with these guys when I realized that they rock!

Most Miami bands have “that sound” that defines an area’s HC scene. For example, I like Strongarm, but these guys blow them away in the emotionally-fueled hardcore category. I don’t like to compare the two, but they do have some similarities to me. They are consisted of various belief systems; they are not one finite definition. They even found themselves getting grouped into categories so much so that they put a little disclaimer in the CD about them being open to all personal choices/ beliefs. They are one of the better bands out today, that make me feel something different than bland normality from screaming kids with guns. Bonus track is a dance mix? YUK! (nice Jaws song… ) Revelation Records, P.O. Box 5232, Huntington Beach, CA 92615-5232;

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