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Challenger

French hard rock-band Challenger shaped in 1980 using a line-up comprising Denis Drieu (vocals), Remy Devillard (electric guitar), Serge Hendrix (electric guitar; formerly an associate of French rock-band the Hurricanes), Pierrot Roussel (bass) and Jean-Pierre Pollet (drums). The next year they agreed upon to RCA Information and documented First Circular. …

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Outline In Color

Based away of Tulsa, Oklahoma, screamo ensemble Summarize in Color was shaped this year 2010 from your remains of a small number of like-minded local functions. Focusing on a blistering mixture of breakdown-laden electro-metalcore and soaring and melodic post-hardcore, the hard-hitting sextet, which features the skills of guitarists Forrest Mankins …

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Milemarker

Merging a theatrical stage approach, scabrous, angular guitars, along with a vaguely political aesthetic, Milemarker produced being a three-piece in the summertime of 1997 when drummer Ben Davis transferred from Washington, D.C., to Chapel Hill, where he installed with longtime close friends, guitarist Dave Laney and bassist Al Burian. When …

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Challenger

When Milemarker guitarist Dave Laney beginning getting heavier, punkier songs to his band’s practice classes, it became obvious to all of those other band it simply wasn’t functioning. Milemarker was even more open-ended and Laney’s songs was about the three-minute rock and roll track. Milemarker bassist Al Burian loved the …

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