Charles Bronson were a hardcore band from DeKalb, Illinois that formed in 1994 and broke up in 1997. Taking influence from both punk and thrash metal, they became a major influence on powerviolence, which was still in its early stages by the time they came around. Their recorded discography was compiled in 1999, and the only way I can think to describe it is 100+ tracks of 30-second spasm attacks and film samples that somehow still manage to convey an agenda. It's an essential collection for fans of powerviolence (or just straight-up hardcore), and also a pretty good starting point (at least it was mine), so grab it A$AP. Enjoy.