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The Gazette

Labelmates of such J-Rock luminaries while Kagrra, Miyavi, and Alice 9, the Gazette eventually surpassed most of them, driving the exponential development of the web and attendant European interest in japan picture to eventually end up being the biggest visual kei music group in the globe. (Dir en Gray were …

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Parkway Drive

Hailing from your hippie-loving beachfront city of Byron Bay, Australia, metalcore clothing Parkway Drive blasted out of their serene surroundings touting a volatile mixture of intricate metallic riffing, punishing breakdowns, and hardcore’s emotional pressure. Called after a rural countryside street, the music group was created in summer season 2003 by …

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XRepresentX

A straight-edge, politicized hardcore music group from Erie, PA, XRepresenteX was founded in 2003 with rings like Buried Alive, Ringworm, and Globe Problems cited as essential influences. Much local touring, musician turnover, and some years later on, vocalist Derek Skiing, guitarist Jailbreak Jake, bassist Matty Biotch, and drummer R. Jizzle …

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xBishopx

Inspired from the music of Madball, Earth Crisis, as well as the Gorilla Biscuits, Fort Lauderdale, FL’s xBishopx produces black color humor hardcore having a straight-edge backdrop and occasional metallic tendencies. Founded in 2004, and authorized by New Jersey’s Ferret Music soon thereafter, the music group includes the Artist Previously …

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Ferenc

Ferenc (Fra Soler and Maxi Ruiz) began their saving profession on Nitsa, the label arm from the superclub located in Barcelona, Spain. Their 12″ one Yes Sir I COULD Hardcore premiered over the Belgian label 541 before getting the ear from the mighty Kompakt A&R section, which promptly certified the …

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Citizen

Forming in ’09 2009, Citizen combine bombastic emo pop, post-hardcore, and thick, chunky indie rock and roll into a genuine Midwestern mix. With users hailing from Southeast Michigan and Northwest Ohio, the five-piece group quickly strike the ground operating upon forming, liberating three 7″ singles and an EP entitled Young …

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Time and Distance

Just like Dashboard Confessional is ultimately Chris Carrabba, Period and Range is ultimately Greg McGowan. In the beginning began as something to simply take up period after departing his prior music group, the Charleston, WV-based vocalist/songwriter found his classical guitar and started pouring his center out. Expanding past merely playing …

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Les Trois Accords

A Canadian rock-band that got its begin in 1997 when founding people Olivier Benoit and Simon Proulx met up, Les Trois Accords released their initial album, Gros Mammouth Record, in 2003. A luxurious edition of this record, Gros Mammouth Record Turbo, hit cabinets in 2004, and included two bonus paths …

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Kung Pao

Shortly after their 1997 formation, the three-piece of Kung Pao relocated from Madison, WI, to import their sludge of steel and punk to NEW YORK. The lineup of T.B. (bass), Davey D (drums), and Chovie D (electric guitar/ vocals) induced an AmRep Information influence from the Melvins and Helmet because …

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Toad the Wet Sprocket

Few people recognize that a decade before Californian alternate rockers Toad the Damp Sprocket even had become, England was residential to another a lot more obscure band named following the well-known Monty Python skit. This specific outfit started in the city of Bedfordshire in the middle-’70s, and presented vocalist Mike …

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