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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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Hog Molly

Named following a peculiar fish within UNITED STATES waters, Hog Molly surfaced from Seattle in 1999 because the musical offspring of human yeti Tad Doyle, whose previous outfit, Tad, acquired agreed upon to Sub Play 1989 and released the watershed albums God’s Balls, Sodium Lick, and 8-Method Santa. Tad helped …

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Hellhammer

If Celtic Frost’s initial three albums served because the music Lord from the Bands for a huge selection of Euro kids who later on finished up in dark metal rings of their very own, after that Frost’s primary man Tom Warrior’s initial music group — the ultra-primitive Hellhammer — surely …

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Hexx

After kicking across the Bay Region with little showing for this since 1978, San Francisco’s Paradox changed their name to Hexx shortly before signing using the Shrapnel label and releasing their debut album, Simply no Get away, in 1984. This demonstrated them to maintain the traditional metallic camp, with several …

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Buzzov*en

Buzzov-en continues to be cranking out drug-fueled, misanthropic sludge punk in a variety of incarnations since their inception in 1990. Known nearly as much for his or her out-of-control and occasionally violent concert events because they are for his or her music, the music group keeps on a custom distributed …

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Stigmata

New York steel device Stigmata was shaped in 1989 by singer Bob Riley, guitarist Mike Maney, and bassist Dan Walsh, most of whom previously teamed within the short-lived Cranial Mistreatment. Lineup changes frequently plagued the group throughout their formative years, and following the conclusion of their initial two albums, The …

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Brand New Sin

When rock and roll fans think about Syracuse — among the towns in upstate NY — they often times think about hardcore punk as well as the straight-edge motion, which has utilized punk to market clean living, vegetarianism, and spirituality. Many straight-edge rings have been passionate supporters from the Hare …

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Herod

Lineup changes aren’t uncommon in the wonderful world of metal rings. Some steel combos can proceed through many lineup adjustments without considerably changing or changing their audio; for others, lineup adjustments often means reinventing themselves stylistically. Herod (whose name was motivated by Ruler Herod of Judea within the Bible) can …

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Atomic Opera

Inspired from the Beatles/Queen-influenced progressive steel and spiritual concentrate of King’s X (with whom he went to church while surviving in Springfield, MO), guitarist/vocalist/cellist Frank Hart founded Atomic Opera in Houston in the first ’90s. Having a lineup also offering tempo guitarist Jonathan Marshal, bassist Jonas Velasco, and drummer Tag …

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Mortal Kombat

A politically and socially charged Serbian punk-metal quartet, Mortal Kombat were founded in ’09 2009 in the town of Belgrade. The music group issued a demonstration shortly after developing, and in 2011 they released their debut recording, Smrtonosna ? orka. A sophomore outing, Runda 2, Udri!, fallen in 2013, adopted …

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