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The Spill Canvas

Like Bright Eye and Five for Fighting, the Spill Canvas began as the pseudonym for any single singer/songwriter before transitioning right into a traditional music group. Sioux Falls indigenous Nick Thomas performed in a number of regional punk rings in his early teenagers before changing himself right into a single …

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A Life Once Lost

Originally formed in 1999, Philadelphia’s A Life Once Shed joined a quickly growing fraternity of metalcore bands (Converge, God Forbid, Killswitch Engage, to mention but several) spread over the U.S. Eastern Seaboard — over another couple of years, these groupings helped define the so-called New Influx of American ROCK. Offering …

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999

Among the longest-lived sets of the punk period, 999 formed in London in Dec 1976. Led by vocalist/guitarist Nick Money, a onetime college student in the Canterbury University of Art beneath the tutelage of Ian Dury and a previous person in the pub rock and roll units Kilburn as well …

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HTRK

Started in Melbourne, art rock and roll task HTRK — pronounced “Hate Rock and roll” and in addition referred to as Hate Rock and roll Trio — started executing in 2003. After their previous group, Portraits of Hugo Perez, disbanded, bassist Sean Stewart and guitarist Nigel Yang recruited vocalist Jonnine …

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A Certain Ratio

Though formed in Manchester’s later-’70s punk picture, A Certain Proportion used a growing amount of electronic devices through the entire ’80s to be even more of a dancefloor-oriented band, very much like Stock labelmates New Purchase. The group (whose name is normally a pointer to a Brian Eno melody) was …

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Coldseed

Coldseed is a Euro outfit featuring several music artists with lengthy rock réamountés, namely Swedish vocalist Björn “Quickness” Strid (Terror 2000, ex-Darkane, Soilwork), German drummer Thomen Stauch (ex-Blind Guardian, ex-Iron Savior, Savage Circus), German bassist Oliver Holzwarth (ex-Demons & Wizards, Blind Guardian), German keyboardist Mi Schüren (Blind Guardian), as well …

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Suicide Silence

Riverside, California’s Suicide Silence formed in 2002. A quintet, the music group specialized for the reason that 21st hundred years metal phenomenon referred to as deathcore and was authorized to worldwide mega-metal label Hundred years Media. The music group got things moving quickly, save for some lineup adjustments, and proceeded …

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Acid Drinkers

A hard-hitting Polish thrash steel device in the vein of early Testament, Kreator, Agnostic Entrance, and D.R.We., Acid Drinkers produced in 1986 throughout the abilities of Tomasz “Titus” Pukacki (vocals, bass) and Robert “Litza” Friedrich (electric guitar, vocals). Among the leading lamps in the lively Polish thrash picture, the band …

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Bat for Lashes

Crafting a mystical indie-rock appear that drew comparisons to Kate Bush and Björk, Bat for Lashes may be the task of Natasha Khan. Given birth to in to the Khan category of squash players — including her dad Rahmat and her grandfather Nasrullah — the half-Pakistani, half-English vocalist/songwriter relocated to …

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