**GRADE
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On a cold day in January, 1994 five dudes emerged from a basement in suburban Burlington, ON and ventured west to the steel city - Hamilton, ON to play their first show. On the way, listening to one of their favorite bands of the day, Lincoln, one of the guys suggested they use one of the song titles for their band name. The song was called Grade Curve, which was quickly shortened to Grade. They announced their name that night to the crowd, and played a short set consisting of 5 original songs, an Integrity cover and a Lincoln cover. After that there was no looking back.

Grade's first album And Such Is Progress, was included in Alternative Press's 10 Essential Metal-core Classics.
**GRADE SHOWS
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No Shows Scheduled

**PICTURES

**RELEASES
SN09
Separate the Magnets
Grade
[1998] [10-inch/CD]
SN06
And Such Is Progress
Grade
[1997] [CD/LP]

MP3s
MP3
Conceptualizing Theories In Motion
[Separate the Magnets]
Weave
[And Such Is Progress]


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