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Fear (band) - Wikipedia
Thirty years later, beer is still served cold, parking meters now take credit cards, and musicians from the era when American punk harnessed suburban anger to birth the subgenre called hardcore are working the oldies circuit. The year-old singer, guitarist and actor Ving, looking fit with a full head of black hair and a chiseled face, dredged up his work in a historic room that stunk of ale and unwashed men. But, then, the man-smell stands to reason. Through a half-dozen albums, each a decline on the last, Ving and company spewed fiery chords, beats, opinions and observations designed to incite. Such gray-area confusion has long accompanied Fear. Critically polarizing, the band was seen by some as opportunists latching onto L. Where X worked out sexual politics through the back and forth of Exene and John Doe, and the Germs traded in nihilism and Black Flag in suburban malaise, Fear delivered harsh parody disguised as dude-friendly idiocy.
Live review: Lee Ving and Fear bring hardcore to the Whisky
The band is credited for helping to shape the sound and style of Californian hardcore punk. Frontman Lee Ving has been the band's only constant member. Since its formation, the band has gone through various lineup changes, and at one point even featured Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on bass.
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