The history of Unity is very sparse due largely to the fact that they only played a handful of shows in their existance. Much more can be said for the ground they broke for future hardcore bands in the Orange County and Los Angeles areas. Members Pat Dubar and Pat Longrie went on to form the highly influentual band Uniform Choice shortly after Unity's demise, UC quickly became the local area's premiere hardcore band and were always marred with controversy, good and bad. Founding member and guitarist Joe Foster served a very short stint with No For An Answer in 1989 and didn't reappear until 1994 with a new band that went by the name of Ignite. Joe left Ignite in 1997 and started Speak 714 with former No For An Answer frontman Dan O'Mahoney and left the band without ever even playing a show with them. Currently Joe is playing in Last Light with former Outspoken frontman John Coyle.
i try to practice, in my day to day life, being a minor threat to the mainstream conservative agenda! if we ALL did, it wouldn't be so MINOR anymore...here's to the little people AGREEING and becoming a MAJOR THREAT! Rand Robertson
On their gut-wrenching debut album "Let Pain Be Your Guide," screamo revivalists Portrayal of Guilt demonstrate their transcendent potential, beyond a shadow of a doubt, in a blinding flash. Bandcamp Album of the Day Nov 30, 2018