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Pro-Pain is a New York-based metal and hardcore band formed in 1991 by vocalist and bass guitarist Gary Meskil and drummer Dan Richardson, both former members of Crumbsuckers. Their debut album Foul Taste of Freedom was released in 1992, displaying hardcore punk and rap metal influences, after which the band was signed to Roadrunner Records, who reissued the album the following year. Their second album The Truth Hurts was initially banned due to the sleeve artwork, featuring a picture of a stitched-up woman after an autopsy. The band has released several more albums with a varying line-up over the years. The self-produced album Act of God saw the band signed to Nuclear Blast Records after they had relocated to Sarasota. The same label released Round 6 in 2000 and the live album Road Rage in 2001. In 2004 they released their first album for Candlelight Records, Fistful of Hate. Tom Klimchuck left the band in 2011 due to "unexpected circumstances regarding some potentially serious health issues." He has since been replaced by Adam Phillips of Indorphine.
- also known as Pro Pain
- genres: New York hardcore, Groove metal, Metalcore, Hardcore punk, Thrash metal
- albums: "Act of God", "Contents Under Pressure", "Fistful of Hate", "Foul Taste of Freedom", "Pro-Pain", "Prophets of Doom", "Road Rage", "Round 6", "Run for Cover", "Shreds of Dignity", "The Truth Hurts", "Age of Tyranny: The Tenth Crusade", "No End in Sight", "Absolute Power", "Best of Pro-Pain", "Straight To The Dome", "Best of Pro-Pain II", "The Final Revolution"
- official website: www.pro-pain.com
- "Pro-pain" a.k.a. "Pro*Pain": Pro Pain is a maxi single by the American hip-hop duo Mars Ill, released in 2005.
- "Pro-Pain" is a musical album of Pro-Pain.
- released on (17 years ago)
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The desk Standard dictionary of the English language, designed to give the orthography, pronunciation, meaning, and etymology of about 83,000 words and phrases in the speech and literature of the English-speaking peoples (1922)
by James Champlin Fernald, Frank H. Vizetelly
pro-plne'H, 1 pro-pain'; ...
The Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1886)
A New Original Work of Reference to All the Words in the English Language, with a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Use ... by Robert Hunter
pro-pain ; Fr. provin, = a vine-sucker set in the ground, from Lat. propaginem, accus. of propago=& shoot, a sucker; Ital. propagfine.} [PROVINB.] A. Transitive : 1.
by Isaac Kaufman Funk, Francis Andrew March
pro-pine 9, pro-pain', 1|. Scot. or Obs.] 1.
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