||For What It's Worth CD (2000) |
Ensign albums Recorded at Spin Recording Studios, Long Island City, New York in June 2000.
Personnel: Tim Shaw (vocals).
Audio Mixer: Pete Benjamin.
Recording information: Spin Recording Studio (06/2000).
Editor: Brian Montgomery.
Ensign: Tim Shaw (vocals); Ryan "MacKenzie" Donoghue (guitar); Nate Edge (bass); John "Vince Vegas" O'Neill (drums).
||Cast the First Stone CD (1999) |
Ensign music CDs With their second album, Cast the First Stone, Ensign ups the heaviness quotient, resulting in a pummeling listen that may be a little too close to metal for some tastes. All 16 songs follow the hardcore blueprint: a quick burst of chords, a brief reprieve from the bass, then a relentless spring to the end, as the vocalist shouts out serious lyrics, usually about politics or society. Like any hardcore record, it's over pretty quickly, but the heavy guitars -- which sound all the heavier because of the clean production -- mean that it's even more of an endurance test than the average hardcore record. And while hardcore is about power and speed, Ensign's metallic leanings illustrate that there's a fine line between razor-edged aggression and brute force. This may be something that only bothers old-school hardcore fans, but it's worth noting, since Cast the First Stone may be an album that makes them feel old. Younger ...
||Direction of Things to Come CD (1997) |
Ensign discography If this full-length debut's title is meant to suggest that something new or even revolutionary can be found on the disc, it's a bit of a misnomer. But if first-rate hardcore is a reasonable substitute, listeners will forgive the presumptuous Ensign. Such hubris is hard ...
||Love the Music, Hate the Kids CD (2003) |
Ensign songs LOVE THE MUSIC, HATE THE KIDS contains cover versions of old-school hardcore and punk songs.
The members of Ensign play no-frills New Jersey hardcore. But the beauty of Love the Music, Hate the Kids is that it is a covers record, and the band chooses influential ...
||Price of Progression CD (2001) |
Ensign CD discography Like many East Coast hardcore/metal bands, Ensign mean well. Fighting the good fight for individualism, nonconformity, and the spirit of hardcore, their cause is certainly noble. The problem is, most of their colleagues are doing exactly the same thing, which suggests a certain kind of ...
||Three Years Two Months Eleven Days CD (2000) |
Ensign albums Recorded in New Jersey between 1996 & 1998.
Retrospective;Most These Songs Were Vinyl Only
Ensign: Walt Svelka, Chris Ross, John Fraunberger, Tim Shaw, Nate Gluck, Ryan Murphy, Ryan Donoghue.
Additional personnel: Lance Wells.
||For What It's Worth CD |
||Split Vinyl LP (2007) |
Ensign CD discography
||Indecision Records Split Series CD (2001) |
The tracks on INDECISION RECORDS SPLIT SERIES originally appeared on 7" vinyl singles only.
Were LTD 7"S;Bane,Death By Stereo,No Reply,Reach The Sky+
Performers include: Voorhees, Kill Your Idols, Life's Halt, Botch, Nibeironspitfire, Bane, Adamantium.
||Tomorrow Seems So Hopeless: a Tribute To Negative Approach (2008) |
Track Listing of songs: Lost Cause; Tied Down; Can't Tell No One; Live Your Life; Hypocrite; Why Be Something You're Not; Negative Approach; Friend or Foe; Dead Stop; Said and Done; Fair Warning; Sick of Talk; I'll Survive; Lead Song; Whatever I Do; Nothing; Evacuate; Ready To ...
Ensign Lyrics and Songs
Popular or famous Ensign music songs: First, Last, Only, Fade Into Years, Tied Down, Where Did We Go Wrong, Intro, Never Go Home Again, Day By Day. More music songs Tourniquet, We'll Make The Difference, Cast in Shadows, Foundation Lyrics, Revolutions End, Page 32, Hold, Pale Horse, Alzheimers. More music lyrics and songs M.P.S.R. #2 Part 2, I'm Not a Loser, Direction of Things to Come, Blueprint. See All Songs
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Adam||Three Days Grace, J Church, Adam / Albrecht / Becht / Meven / Schreker, Adam / Bayet / Gretry / Lacerda / Ruymen, Adam / Herbolsheimer / Kato / Ponten / Putnam, Adam / Mogrelia / Srso, Arcanium, Born Against, Boycrazy|
|Paul||Slipknot, At The Drive-In, Congos, Good Charlotte, Harvey Milk, Slightly Stoopid, Black Woman & Child, Kill Your Idols, 65daysofstatic, Beaser / Davies / Opalach / Paul|
|Brian||Rod Stewart, Aberdeen, Beethoven / Brian / Dukas / Goossens / Schumann, Blessid Union Of Souls, Break The Silence, Brian / Cook / Levine / Vignoles, Brian / Dolezal / Jenisova / Lenard / Mikulas, Brian / Leaper / Valaskova, Brian / Moscow So / Rowe|
|Greg||Boils, Cataract, Sublime, Zebrahead, Bloody Sunday, Shelby Bryant, Deadsure, Diesel Boy, Holy Mountain, Mental|
|Steve||Mindless Self Indulgence, Ten Foot Pole, Converge, Fartz, Heckle, Sarah McLachlan, Satelliters, Black Label, Blight, Cephalic Carnage|
|Frank||16 Blasare Utan Hjarna, Ashkenazy / Brahms / Frank / Perlman / Tuckwell, Blankenburg / Chavez / Frank / Karlin / Schmidt, Edinger / Franck / Frank / Rundfunk So Saarbrucken, Edinger / Franck / Frank / Saarbrucken, Frank / Saarbrucken Radio So / Stern / Zwilich, Gorefest, Jaguar & The Savanas, King Selewa & His Calypsonians, Leahy|
|Nate||Boyz II Men, Cruel Hand, Das Klown, Receiving End Of Sirens, Salt-N-Pepa, Casual, Delinquents, G-Stack, A Static Lullaby, Blue Velvet|
|Chris Ross||Claire Voyant, Nora, Mark Chesnutt, Wolfmother, Deke Falcon, Be Five, Ben Schultz Band, Jenerators, Bill Mumy|
|John "Vince Vegas" O'Neill|
|Nathan||Gossip, Selby Tigers, Be Your Own Pet, Mr Scruff, DJ Spinna, Delta Haymax, Labrat, Love Lost But Not Forgotten, Lucerin Blue|
|Mickey||Moistboyz, August Premier, Fred Locks, Red Letter Day, Turk, 3D Picnic, Agent Zero, Jomar, David Josias|
|Tim Shaw||RJ. Adams, Between The Wars, Rancid, Banner, Phobes|
|Ryan Murphy||Manran, Ten Yard Fight, Undertow|
|Ryan Murphy||Manran, Ten Yard Fight, Undertow|
|Ryan "MacKenzie" Donoghue|
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