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Interviews: Pride Kills

The hardcore scene has always been a force to be reckoned with in the great state of Texas. But thanks to overwhelming praise from their peers, bands like Will to Live, Far From Breaking, and Pride Kills have been able to gain national notoriety. Pride Kills guitarist Chris Conflict recently touched base with Scene Point Blank about the band's upcoming full-length, Texas Hardcore, and the Alamo's basement.

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