Detroit's WALLS OF JERICHO did not become a sensation at the beginning of their career in 1998 just because they were one of the very first female-fronted core bands. They were able to perfectly combine and balance classic hardcore with the emerging wave of modern metalcore, to which they added a pinch of oldschool thrash. Within the metallic hardcore, they are one of the most important bands which has not derived from their concept throughout the years.
What they add on top is an incredible blasting energy that even the newer and much younger acts cannot match. Not to mention, what the 'stage hurricane', unstoppable Candace Kusculian, can do with the audience - with her brutal vocals and amazing performances she conquers any stage.