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d. biddle's Duncan Barlow speaks out on his hardcore roots

Just heard that Duncan Barlow, frontman for the incomparably awesome d. biddle, is getting together with some band mates from back in the day to play some reunion shows as Guilt. Since those shows are in Louisville, Kentucky and Chicago, we're going to miss them. What we don't have to miss out on is this intriguing interview with Barlow, wherein he discusses hardcore, his legacy and other fascinating topics. He's a good interview, and it's definitely worth the read for fans of d. biddle.

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