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Soul Embraced

Soul Embraced may be the name from the project come up with by Living Sacrifice people Lance Garvin and Rocky Grey as an outlet for the materials that will not participate in their other music group. Soul Embraced is mainly about death steel, falling the experimental character of Living Sacrifice …

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Death by Chocolate

Although he’s not really a musician and his name is nearly completely unknown beyond an ardent cult following, Mike Always is really a legend in British indie pop circles. Because the mind of A&R for Cherry Crimson Records, he nearly single-handedly created the template of childlike however sardonic irony that …

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Death Cab for Cutie

Loss of life Cab for Cutie’s rise from small-time single task to Grammy-nominated rock-band is among indie rock’s greatest achievement stories. Released in the bayside university city of Bellingham, Washington, the group was originally a part project for vocalist/guitarist Ben Gibbard, an executive student at Traditional western Washington University or …

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Billy Duffy

Billy Duffy’s guitar heroics have influenced many generations of musicians from opposite sides from the music world. Similarly, Duffy’s swirling, psychedelic riffs on early information with the Cult supplied a blueprint for gothic rock and roll guitarists; however, once the Cult begun to embrace hard rock and roll, heavy metal …

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Armageddon

Armageddon is really a aspect task helmed by Swedish guitarist Christopher Amott in his free time from Arch Foe — the music group he works with sibling Michael (of Carcass popularity). Like Arch Foe, Armageddon performs quick, thrash-based rock, informed by contemporary death and dark metallic undercurrents. Their 1st recording, …

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Antony and the Johnsons

U.K.-blessed, California-raised Antony Hegarty felt just like the consummate outsider until approaching in person using the image of Youngster George for the cover from the Lifestyle Club’s 1982 debut album, Kissing to become Smart. Eight years afterwards, Hegarty relocated to NEW YORK and found a global more acknowledging of avant-garde …

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Böhse Onkelz

Böhse Onkelz were among Germany’s most effective & most controversial rock and roll acts. Despite some best-selling LPs, the group was dogged throughout its profession by costs of racism and extremist sympathies, and several retailers refused actually to share their recordings. Böhse Onkelz (a deliberate misspelling from the German for …

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Cadaver Inc.

Following the strangely inconspicuous demise which befell his early-’90s death steel outfit, Cadaver, and a brief stint with obscure techno-ambient experimentalists Apoptygma Berzerk, guitarist Anders Odden spent a lot of the next decade functioning behind the scenes of Norway’s burgeoning black steel community as an intermittent guest musician and producer. …

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Eternal Tears of Sorrow

Eternal Tears of Sorrow started in the north Finnish town of Pudasjärvi, where musicians Altti Veteläinen (vocals, bass), Jarmo Puolakanaho (guitar, keyboards), and Olli-Pekka Törrö (guitars, keyboards) began formulating the band (initially named Andromeda) as soon as 1991, later on demoing materials, entering and exiting the army, and finally arriving …

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Over My Dead Body

Hardcore punk rockers Over My Deceased Body formed in early 2000 following the demise of former rings like Unbroken, and instantly vocalist Daniel Sant, guitarist Aaron Cooley, bassist Rob Moran, drummer Tommy Anthony, and guitarist Scott Lopian became a good straight-edge fivesome performing shows around their local SoCal. They released …

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