xdisciplex a.d.
Background information
Also known as xdisciplex, disciple, xDisciplex (AD)
Origin Erie, PA, Pennsylvania, United States
Genres Christian hardcore[1]
Thrash metal[1]
hardcore punk[1]
Christian metal[1]
Years active 1995–2004
Labels Goodfellow, Triple Crown, Facedown, I Scream, Angelskin Media, Goodlife
Associated acts Jesus Wept, No Innocent Victim, Anchor, Dodgin' Bullets, Shockwave, Riot Head[2]
Past members Dan Quiggle
Dave Quiggle
Adam Salaga
Neil Hartman
Brian Oborski
Joe Vogel
Sean Sundy
Jon Beckman
Matt Salusky

xDISCIPLEx A.D.(or xdisciplex a.d.) was a straight edge Christian hardcore band from Erie, PA.

Formerly xdisciplex or disciple, the band had to change its name to avoid legal actions due to a prior established band named Disciple.[3] They released albums with Goodfellow Records, Triple Crown Records and Facedown Records.

After they disbanded, Dan Quiggle, Dave Quiggle, and Adam Salaga started another band called Jesus Wept,[4] while Neil Hartman joined No Innocent Victim.[5] Dave Quiggle moved to California during the summer of 2005 and also joined No Innocent Victim and works for Facedown Records doing design.[6]

Members of xDISCIPLEx A.D. also played in the bands Anchor, Dodgin' Bullets and Shockwave.


Last Known Lineup


Studio albums


  1. 1 2 3 4 "xDISCIPLEx (AD)" (PDF). HM Magazine. February 2003. pp. 20–22. Archived from the original (PDF) on April 23, 2003. Retrieved March 10, 2016. How the last album presented a New York hardcore feel and this album reveals more thrash
  2. Stagg, David (September 24, 2013). "Riot Head (former Maylene, Underoath, Jesus Wept, xDISCIPLEx A.D. et. al. Posts First Songs". HM Magazine. Retrieved June 3, 2016.
  3. Burningseason Records Online Store - xDISCIPLEx A.D. "heaven and hell" TCR3024
  4. Archived index at the Wayback Machine. Strike First Records *Bands*
  5. Family - *No Innocent Victim*
  6. allmusic ((( xDisciplex A.D. > Discography > Main Albums )))
  7. allmusic ((( XDisciplex Ad > Discography > Main Albums )))
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