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Yngwie Malmsteen

Yngwie Malmsteen is arguably probably the most technically accomplished hard rock and roll guitarist to emerge through the ’80s. Merging a stunning technique honed over many years of obsessive practice having a like for such traditional composers as Bach, Beethoven, and Paganini, Malmsteen’s distinctively Baroque, gothic compositional design and lightning-fast …

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Yellowcard

The punk-inspired quintet Yellowcard formed in Jacksonville, Florida in 1997 but didn’t solidify their lineup until a proceed to Southern California in early 2000. Made up of vocalist/guitarist Ryan Essential (who acquired briefly used Cali-based Craig’s Sibling), vocalist/violinist Sean Mackin, guitarist Ben Harper, drummer Longineu Parsons, and bassist Warren Cooke, …

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Wino

Robert Scott Weinrich, better known by his nickname, Wino, is among the leading figures within the America’s underground rock movement. Despite the fact that none from the important bands Wino offers fronted — the Obsessed, Saint Vitus, Soul Caravan, etc. — ever accomplished mainstream success, they’re collectively viewed as essential …

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High on Fire

Guitarist/vocalist Matt Pike, bass participant George Grain, and drummer Des Kensel shaped High on Open fire in 1999, following a collapse of Pike’s earlier band, doom metallic titans Rest. But while Rest had constructed their popularity on impossibly slothful music and copious weed usage, On top of Fire’s first launch, …

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Witch Mountain

Based away from Portland, Oregon, Witch Mountain have already been providing apocalyptic, shuddering doom steel since their formation in 1997. In the first phase of the career, the music group — comprising guitarist and vocalist Rob Wrong, bassist Dave Hoopaugh, and drummer Nate Carson — produced a name for themselves …

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Moderat

Defined by one critic being a “minimal techno supergroup,” Moderat includes Sascha Band, better referred to as Apparat, as well as the duo of Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary, better referred to as Modeselektor, using the three first functioning together in 2003. The trio released the 12″ Auf Kosten der …

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Major Stars

Mixing music improvisation and jam music group tendencies with traces of psychedelic hard rock and roll, Major Stars had been shaped in the past due ’90s by many veterans from the Boston scene. Vocalist/guitarist Wayne Rogers, guitarist Kate Biggar (also called Kate Town), bassist Tom Leonard, and drummer Dave Lynch …

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The Killers

Few rings in the first 2000s rose so quickly towards the forefront of pop music because the Killers. With a variety of ’80s-designed synth pop and fashionista attraction, the band’s street-smart debut, Sizzling hot Fuss, became among 2004’s biggest produces, spawning four singles and catapulting the group — especially their …

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Warbringer

A hard-charging neo-thrash device based from Newbury Recreation area, California, Warbringer were founded in 2004 as the bandmembers were still in senior high school. Influenced by first-wave thrash giants like Loss of life Angel, Metallica, and Anthrax, the group documented a promising demonstration that eventually resulted in an EP, One …

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Malevolent Creation

Due to the loss of life steel hotbed of Florida in the first ’90s (but originally from Buffalo, NY), Malevolent Creation have a tendency to end up being somewhat forgotten in discussions of groupings that helped define the appear and design of American loss of life metal. Initially motivated with …

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