Apocalypse

The Brazilian neo-progressive rock-band Apocalypse was formed in 1983 and was influenced by such rings as Genesis, Yes, Hurry, and Marillion. Chico Casara (vocals/bass), Ruy Fritsch (acoustic guitar), Eloy Fritsch (keyboards), and Chico Fasoli (drums) perform generally available tunes dominated by prominent keyboards and complicated rhythms. Their intellectual Portuguese lyrics …

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Marly Hornik

NY resident Marly Hornik is probably the more promising feminine singer/songwriters who made her recording debut in the first 2000s. For Hornik, the term “female vocalist/songwriter” is not associated with “upset young female.” Unlike lots of the “upset young ladies” who surfaced in the ‘90s–Alanis Morisette, Tracy Bonham, Ani DiFranco, …

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Drop Shadow

Discharging notorious noises based upon a combined mix of pure industrial and hardcore, Drop Darkness produced in Cincinnati, OH, in 1997. Ben Petry (bass, vocals), Tim Kindberg (electric guitar), Mike Gruber (keyboards), and Kris Swain (drums, percussion) guaranteed the band’s better mastery and inflammable melodies. Obtaining significant recognition because of …

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La Cruzz

Latin hard rock-band from LA, CA, La Cruzz was formed in 1997 by singer Adrián Defaz and guitarist Andrés Mendoza, afterwards joined up with by bassist Eddie Campos. After obtaining its last lineup, La Cruzz released three first music “La Tumba,,” “Bajo El Hechizo,” and “Alma Perdida,” in 1999.

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Schandmaul

Area of the Mittelalter picture in German rock and roll, Schandmaul formed in 1998 and included an arsenal of medieval instrumentation to augment their electric powered rock audio. The Munich-based group initial came together whenever a handful of music artists from different groupings got the thought of piecing together a …

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Marvin & Farrar

In the first Sixties, there is simply no guitarist in British rock and roll even more iconic than Hank Marvin, whose sharp, twangy network marketing leads and bright Stratocaster tone using the Shadows defined instrumental rock and roll in the united kingdom very much as the Ventures did in america. …

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Zimmer’s Hole

Side tasks emerging from a mother or father band’s downtime — between trips, saving albums, general period off, whatever the reason why — are nothing at all new, and the thought of a metallic band’s sidemen dealing with a far more humorous and/or satirical tack is most likely even less …

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Oswaldo Nunes

The premature demise of Oswaldo Nunes prevented him from gaining wider recognition. His initial record, Oba (1962), included “Oba,” one of is own biggest strikes, which became the anthem from the Carnival bloco Bafo de Onça. His various other albums had been Tá Tudo Aí (1969), Você Me Chamou (1971), …

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Sebastian Hämer

Blue-eyed soul singer Sebastian Hämer became children name only following his music had been well-established within the charts. Because of a marketing plan, his breakthrough strike, “Sommer Unseres Lebens,” was initially credited solely towards the strange “Fliegende Mann,” or “Soaring Man.” Created March 17, 1979, in Rostock, Hämer 1st pursued …

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Fabio Frizzi

Italian composer Fabio Frizzi is most beneficial known for his eerie scores for Western horror movies. A regular collaborator with Italian horror icon Lucio Fulci, Frizzi’s music was frequently constructed using analog synthesizers, using their fuzzy audio adding a coating of creepiness to his downbeat melodies. Fabio Frizzi was created …

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