XDiscipleX AD
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  • Vocals: Dan Quiggle
  • Guitar: Davey Quiggle
  • Guitar: Joe Vogel
  • Bass: Neil Hartman
  • Drums: Adam Salaga


Heaven & Hell


The infamous Lake Effect Hardcore scene of Erie, PA spawns one of the most refreshing bands to hit the scene, xDisciplex AD (Formally known as xDisciplex). Their brand of hardcore combines powerful guitars, gritty vocals, and brutal breakdowns all with a positive Christian/straightedge message. Even in your home xDisciplex AD will have you starting a pit, moshing your friends, brothers and sisters into the ground.
Formed in 1995, by the brothers Quiggle, Dan on vocals and Dave on guitar the band made a quick impact on PAHC scene with its brutal live show. After a few short months they released the Lantern EP on Ole Crow Records, which was later reissued by SA Mob Records. The band went out on their first national tour with Strongarm, which was capped off with an appearance at The Cornerstone Festival.
More touring followed by the release of the 7”/EP Scarab, and appearances on numerous compilations firmly established xDisciplex AD as one of these best new bands on the scene. Now it was time to unleash their debut album. In1998 the full length Imitation Of Love was released on Goodfellow Records. Once again the band was back on the road across the country, this time with San Diego’s powerhouse No Innocent Victim.
1999 saw the release of the ep No Blood No Altar Now, again released on Goddfellow and their first European release on Goodlife. The band was now playing with a wide variety of groups from Hatebreed, H2O, Downset to N.I.V. and Figure Four.
Shortly after signing to Triple Crown Records, and I Scream Records from Europe, in early 2000, xDisciplex AD embarked on their first European tour with Erie counterparts Shockwave. Upon returning home the band headed in the studio for their next full length. The band chose to record at Big Blue Meanie Studios with Jason Kanter & Tile Gilles (Madball, Agnostic Front) overseeing production. The resulting album Heaven And Hell is destined to be a classic in more ways then one.