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Sacred Reich

Led by bassist/vocalist Phil Rind, this Phoenix-based strap also contains Wiley Arnett, Jason Rainey, and Greg Hall. Sacred Reich is usually noted because of its extremely opinionated politics lyrics, study of personal politics, and completely uncompromising spirit, in addition to an intermittent satiric love of life, and its own fortunes …

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Dim Mak

The self-described “cobracore” metal band Dim Mak formed in the later ’90s in the ashes of death metal cult favorites Ripping Corpse, a band where three of Dim Mak’s members — vocalist Scott Ruth, guitarist Shaune Kelley, and drummer Brandon Thomas — played (another member is bassist Dennis Carrol). And …

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Dragpipe

Roaring from the East Coast steel underground, Dragpipe harnesses the fuzzed-out fury of stoner rock and roll as well as the milling aggression of sludge steel and combines it into one streamlined power of appear. The band’s exclusive sound originates from their three-guitarist assault, along with the gruff vocals of …

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Down

Straight down are an all-star rock side task whose original lineup contains people from Pantera (vocalist Phil Anselmo), Corrosion of Conformity (guitarist Pepper Keenan), and Crowbar (guitarist Kirk Windstein, bassist Todd Strange, and drummer Jimmy Bower). Created in the middle-’90s when Pantera had been on a short break (between their …

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Discharge

A long-lived Uk hardcore music group cited as an integral influence by performers including Metallica and Anthrax, Release were formed in 1977 by singer Terry “Tez” Roberts, his twin sibling and guitarist Tony “Bone fragments” Roberts, bassist Roy “Rainy” Wainwright, and drummer Hacko. New frontman Kelvin “Cal” Morris was recruited …

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Clutch

Clutch combined components of funk, Led Zeppelin, and metallic with vocals motivated by Faith FORGET ABOUT. Shaped in 1991 in Germantown, Maryland, the group included Neil Fallon (vocals), Tim Sult (electric guitar), Dan Maines (bass), and Jean-Paul Gaster (drums). They constructed a local pursuing through continuous gigging, and after just …

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Benediction

The hard-drinking Uk death metal band Benediction formed through the past due 1980s; originally made up of vocalist Barney Greenaway, guitarists Peter Rewinski and Darren Brookes, bassist Paul Adams and drummer Ian Treacy, they produced their LP debut in 1990 with Unconscious Terror. By 1992’s Grand Leveller, Greenaway got left …

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Eyehategod

The misanthropic sludge metal outfit Eyehategod was formed in New Orleans in 1988, and became a significant section of a Southern sludgecore scene that included bands like Crowbar and Down, most of whom were heavily influenced by Dark Sabbath, Dark Flag, as well as the Melvins. Eyehategod was the brainchild …

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Crowbar

New Orleans metallic music group Crowbar originally comprised vocalist/guitarist Kirk Windstein, guitarist Matt Thomas, bassist Todd Strange, and drummer Craig Nunemacher. Once referred to as the Slugs, the band’s gradual, grinding, heavy audio provides alternately been tagged sludge steel and sludgecore, and it has drawn evaluations both vocally and musically …

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Black Flag

In lots of ways, Black Flag was the definitive LA hardcore punk band. Although their music flirted with rock and experimental sound and jazz a lot more than that of all hardcore rings, they described the image as well as the visual. Through their ceaseless touring, the music group cultivated …

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