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Brother's Keeper Band
Brother's Keeper was a band from Erie, Pennsylvania.
Formed in 1994 by members of a number of other local bands, Brother's Keeper became the backbone of the Erie hardcore punk and metalcore scene. Alongside bands like xDISCIPLEx A.D., Digression and Neverfall, they created a local community of youth bonded by a common musical interest. Brother's Keeper's sound stood out due to the unique vocal style of Mike Ski.
The band released 5 CDs as well as a number of 7" records. From 1996 through their breakup in 2003, they were signed to Trustkill Records.
- Shadowcast (7") - 1994
- Ladder (7") - 1995
- Self-Fulfilling Prophecy (Trustkill Records 7")
- Sweet Revenge (7"/CS)
- Five Hits From Hell (Ides Of March Records)
- The Continuum (Trustkill Records) - 1996
- ForeverNeverEnding (Trustkill Records)
- Oxymoron (Trustkill Records 12"/MCD)
- Fantasy Killer (Trustkill Records) - 2001
Last Known Lineup
- Mike Ski - Vocals (1994-2003)
- Scott Emhoff - Guitars (1994-2003)
- Eric "EMS" Schauffele - Bass (1995-2003)
- Roger Hurlburt - Guitars (1994-1997)
- Chris Bazan - Guitars (1997-2001)
- Mike Peters - Guitars (2001-2002)
- Nate Black - Bass (1995)
- Jason Hoderny - Drums (1994)
- Bob Williams - Drums (1994-1997)
- Zach Hudock - Drums (1998-2001)
- Rich Cali - Drums (2001)
- Ben Lythberg - Drums (2002)