House Of Pain
House Of Pain is an Irish-American hip hop group hailing from Los Angeles, California, USA. The group was formed in 1990 by Everlast (born Erik Schrody), who had a passion for hip-hop since his high school days and was previously associated with Ice-T's Rhyme Syndicate. After the release of his debut album, Forever Everlasting, which didn't perform well commercially, Everlast joined forces with his high school friend Danny Boy (born Daniel O'Connor) and DJ Lethal (born Leor DiMant) to form House Of Pain.
Their music style can be compared to artists such as Delinquent Habits, Onyx, Naughty By Nature, Funkdoobiest, Das EFX, Public Enemy, The Psycho Realm, Digital Underground,Cypress Hill,and ICE-T. Their unique blend of Irish-American heritage and hip hop elements brought them success in the early 1990s.
With their energetic performances and catchy tracks like "Jump Around," House Of Pain quickly gained popularity among fans of the genre. Although they disbanded in 1996 after releasing three albums together,Everlast continued his solo career while Danny Boy pursued acting. Despite their relatively short time together as a group,House Of Pain left a lasting impact on the hip hop scene.