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Destruct-A-Thon

The Boston combo Destruct-A-Thon is a punk rock-inspired stoner metal troupe that came together in the summertime of 2000. The group performed around, and in 2002 they released their debut recording on Wonderdrug Information.

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SSS

SSS, which means Short Sharp Surprise, was formed in Liverpool, Britain, in 2005, by vocalist Foxy, guitarist Broomo, bassist Magill, and drummer Dave. Influenced from the convergence of metallic and hardcore referred to as “crossover” (pioneered by middle-’80s legends like Agnostic Front side, C.O.C., and Suicidal Tendencies), the quartet released …

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Heathen

Produced in the mid-’80s in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Heathen gained a whole lot of attention through their cover version of Sweet’s “Place Me Free of charge.” The music group debuted with 1987’s Breaking the Silence on Fight, and remained well-liked by bands in the Bay Area for a long …

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Rubikon

A versatile and seasoned Boston-based rock and roll device, Rubikon began honing their personal mixture of bluesy and melodic, progressive metal-infused really difficult rock and roll in 2001 using the discharge of a set of regionally well-received EPs. In 2004 the music group, which features the primary lineup of Joshua …

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Raised Fist

Created in 1993, Swedish hardcore punkers Elevated Fist form an aggressive yet welcoming sound when honing their old-school-influenced punk root base with a steel edge. Acquiring their name from a Trend Against the device lyric, Alexander “Alle” Rajkovic (vocals), Andreas “Josse” Johansson (bass), Marco Eronen (acoustic guitar), and Oskar Karlsson …

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Nailbomb

Nailbomb was a short task between ex-Sepultura vocalist/guitarist Maximum Cavalera and ex-Fudge Tunnel vocalist/guitarist Alex Newport. Although both from the bandmembers’ full-time rings specialized in intense metal noises, Nailbomb somehow discovered ways to create a lot more thick and severe metallic noises (in addition, it proves to become more repetitive, …

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Honor Role

Inspired with the hardcore explosion of the first ’80s, Richmond, VA’s Honor Role produced in 1983 being a run-of-the-mill punk trio but quickly grew right into a distinctive quartet that twisted away bleak, inventive post-punk. Unfortunately, they hardly ever received identification that equaled their wiry, motivated recordings. Jelling around guitarist/vocalist …

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Econoline Crush

The Vancouver-based alternative band Econoline Crush — vocalist Trevor Hurst, guitarists Robbie Morfitt and Ziggy, drummer Nico Quintal, and bassist Don Binns — have made a significant name for themselves in Canada. They’ve loved major chart achievement there, and also have opened up Canadian/European trips for famous brands KISS, the …

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Carcass

Often considered among grindcore’s founding fathers, Carcass were one of the primary bands from the extreme steel genre to get one of these different lyrical approach — one which reflected a desire for surgical devices and peculiar phrases straight out of the med student’s textbook. Hailing through the same locale …

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Superjoint

The first 21st century saw Pantera singer Phil Anselmo start several side projects, including Necrophagia, Viking Crown, Christ Inversion, Southern Isolation, and Superjoint Ritual. The last mentioned group is made up of guitarists Jim Bower and Kevin Connection, drummer Joseph Fazzio, with non-e apart from Hank Williams III on bass …

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