The origin of the term "hardcore punk" is uncertain. An influential Toronto band was Bunchofuckingoofs (BFGs). They toured heavily and issued a demo, but never released any albums. Joey Shithead, was the singer, Brian Roy Goble, a.k.a. For the next several years DOA's lineup was a virtual copy of the Skulls lineup, but with Dave Gregg instead of Simon Werner. In 1988, the Dayglo Abortions became the center of national media attention when a police officer instigated a criminal investigation of the band after his daughter brought home a copy of Here Today, Guano Tomorrow.
Canada also has straight edge groups, such as Chokehold and an all-female band (Pantychrist). Wimpy Roy, the bass player, Simon Werner the guitar player and Ken Montgomery, a.k.a. The Skulls played the (mostly hostile) club circuit in Vancouver and recorded a few songs at Psi-chords Studios, including "Fucked Up Baby", which would later become a D. Obscenity charges were laid against the Dayglo Abortion’s record label, Fringe Product, and the label's record store, Record Peddler, but those charges were cleared in 1990.
They were formed in November, 1998, and disbanded for the last time in September, 2002.
They released records independently, and with the Raising The Roof record label.
The band formed in 1991 near Surrey, and were widely known as the acronym B. Stress Factor 9 is a hardcore punk band from Vancouver, formed in 2004.