Throwback: “Nobody Takes Pictures of the Drummer” by Nora!

New Jersey Melodic Hardcore and perhaps one of the founders of the Metalcore sound crew Nora are actually best known for being the band of Good Fight Music label owner Carl Severson. Originally starting his own label Ferret Music having gone to high school with Trustkill owner and president Josh Grabelle, Severson sold up to Warner Bros in order to further help the bands he’d help got off the ground. After a trio of split releases including one in 1998 with the then little known Dillinger Escape Plan, the band followed it up with their first full length “Loser’s Intuition”. Featuring cover at from Derek Hess it’s an album full of gritty Hardcore groove with Blue Collar integrity and strains of early Hatebreed and Earth Crisis. Taken from that “Nobody Takes Pictures of the Drummer” and never a truer statement made.

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