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Six Feet Deep

Six Foot Deep is really a Cleveland-based punk-influenced rock music group. The group produced in 1991 and became well-known inside the Midwest, specifically making use of their debut record, Struggle. Following the record’s 1995 discharge, the band transferred to A&M Information, where they released THE STREET Less Journeyed in Feb …

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Sheer Terror

Throughout the later ’80s and early ’90s, Sheer Terror were among the linchpin bands of the brand new York hardcore and crossover scenes, preaching electric sermons of violent camaraderie at those infamous CBGB Sunday hardcore matinees, alongside contemporaries such as for example Agnostic Front as well as the Cro-Mags. The …

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The Sisters of Mercy

Among England’s leading goth rings from the 1980s, the Sisters of Mercy play a slow, gloomy, ponderous cross types of steel and psychedelia, often incorporating dance beats; the main one constant within the band’s profession continues to be deep-voiced vocalist Andrew Eldritch. (There’s some disagreement concerning if the group took …

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Patrick Phelan

Citing the “blissful British noises” of early Smiths reports as his first way to obtain inspiration, Patrick Phelan provides over time think of a minimalistic formula for equalize of type and emotion. He started working as an associate of Richmond, VA, music group South in the past due ’90s. South …

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Tapping the Vein

Recording-studio intern Eric Fisher 1st met programmer/keyboardist Charlie Clouser even though working in the same studio room in Philadelphia, PA. When he noticed the audio that Clouser could easily get from electronic devices, he was influenced enough to start out writing having a sequencer along with a sampler. He quickly …

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The Palace Brothers

Known alternately as Palace, Palace Music, and Palace Brothers, this outfit may be the project of guitarist/vocalist Will Oldham. Palace Brothers will take the harsher aspect of nation and folk and reworks it into devastatingly extra, intense indie rock and roll. Oldham’s tone of voice whimpers and whines such as …

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Palace

Can Oldham, the brains and brawn in back of releases mainly because Palace Brothers, Palace Tracks, Palace Music, and basic Palace, is loosely grouped using the ’90s anti-folk motion that also contains Expenses Callahan of Smog, a labelmate of Oldham’s about Chicago’s Drag Town Records. Often recognised incorrectly as an …

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Stan Ridgway

Probably one of the most unique vocalist/songwriters in American indie music, with an unforgettable adenoidal vocal delivery which makes him appear to be a low-level smart guy in another of those aged Warner Bros. gangster movies from the ’30s along with a lyrical obsession using the styles of pulp criminal …

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Spineshank

LA heavies Spineshank began in Feb of 1996, growing through the ashes of the previous music group, Simple Enigma (including potential Spineshankers Johnny Santos on vocals, Mike Sarkisyan on guitars, and Tom Decker on drums). Simple Enigma split up upon hearing Demanufacture, the 1996 launch by electro-metallists Dread Factory, but …

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Sirenia

In some way, leading Norway’s Tristania to the very best from the goth metallic heap wasn’t plenty of for vocalist/guitarist Morten Veland, who unilaterally seceded from your union in the entire year 2000 to found out a brand-spanking-new though similar-sounding music group named Sirenia. Picking right up just about where …

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