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Fudge Tunnel

Despite their rough-hewn, incredibly heavy, feedback-drenched sound, Nottingham’s Fudge Tunnel quickly transcended the most obvious rock tag to get widespread critical compliment outside such limits. Even though this support by no means did result in commercial success, it really is interesting to notice that Fudge Tunnel’s amazing crossover appeal, with …

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Butthole Surfers

Arguably probably the most infamously named band in the history of popular music — for a long time, radio found their moniker unspeakable, as well as the press deemed it unprintable — Butthole Surfers longer reigned being among the most twisted and depraved acts ever to bubble up in the …

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A.R.E. Weapons

Bassist Matthew McAuley, synthesizer player Thomas Bullock, guitarist Ryan Noel and vocalist Mind F. McPeck shaped A.R.E. Weaponry, a fresh York City-based group that started to generate a mix within underground circles in 2001 for his or her aggressive, confrontational displays and their humming and willfully ramshackle electro-rock. Throughout a …

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Daisycutter

Daisycutter are recognized for their Big Black-meets-Ministry industrial rock and roll. Recommendations to Monster Magnet will also be useful, since Tim Cronin (percussion, vocals) utilized to play with the Magnets and Ed Mundell (guitarist) remaining for that music group after Daisycutter authorized with Homestead and documented the Shithammer Deluxe EP …

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Arcwelder

In 1988, bassist, guitarist, and vocalist Expenses Graber formed the band Tilt-A-Whirl with drummer/vocalist Scott McDonald and bassist/guitarist Rob Graber. After becoming threatened having a lawsuit, they transformed the name to Arcwelder with time for his or her second album, Coat Manufactured in Canada, released in 1991. The music group, …

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Arsenal

Santiago Durango was the guitarist and — with Steve Albini — among the two consistent members of Big Dark. Aside from the 1982 Lungs EP (that was an Albini single task), Durango continued to be with the music group until commercial stresses and an desire to visit law school compelled …

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The Meatmen

Punk pranksters the Meatmen had among the nastiest, most offensive senses of laughter in every of hardcore — and that is telling something. Politically wrong prior to the term been around, frontman Tesco Vee — the main one constant within the band’s lineup — held points as gleefully ridiculous and …

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Metal Urbain

Known as the very first band to utilize synthetic percussion inside a punk rock context, Metallic Urbain utilized heavily distorted guitars, intense vocals, a synthesizer, along with a drum machine to generate a few of the most unique music from the punk era. Shaped in Paris in 1977, this quartet …

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Ministry

Until Nine Inch Nails crossed to the mainstream, Ministry did a lot more than any other music group to popularize industrial dance music, injecting huge dosages of punky, over-the-top aggression and roaring rock electric guitar riffs that helped their music look for favor with steel and alternative viewers beyond industrial’s …

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The Nation of Ulysses

Among the best-loved rings for the Dischord roster, the country of Ulysses are best remembered for lifting the motor-mouthed groundbreaking rhetoric from the MC5 and blowing it all up to a more elaborate, nearly ridiculous level. Any dialogue of NoU undoubtedly involves rest on the conceptual basis: a relentlessly provocative …

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