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The Bad Luck 13 Riot Extravaganza

Although their imaginary biography claims these are actually 13 modern-day Vikings, the non-silly version presents several angry teenagers and one woman who perform shock rock and roll. Within their gimmick, they use masks, produce fictional brands, and assault one another live with thumbtacks and barbed cable. They make an effort …

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Messiah

One particular hopelessly un-commercial rock outfits whose best influence much exceeds their actual career-span achievement, Switzerland’s Messiah enjoyed just temporary achievement — particularly in Europe’s Eastern Stop — before settling to their eventual cult position. Produced in 1984 by vocalist/bassist R.K. “Tschosi” Wilhelm Kuhne), guitarist R.B. “Brogi” Remo Broggi and …

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Secrets of the Moon

German black metallic quartet Secrets from the Moon shaped in the town of Osnabrueck in 1995 round the skills of bass participant/vocalist Daevas, guitarists A.D. and sG, and drummer T. Thelemnar. They released the demonstration Unearthed Arcana that same 12 months, accompanied by De Musica Mundana and Stronghold from the …

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Oblomov

Oblomov comes from the Czech Republic, where Honza Vanek (vocals, guitars, drums), Pavel Dlabaja (guitars, vocals), and Martin Hora (bass, keyboards, development, saxophone, etc.) started formulating their astronomical dark metal in the entire year 2000. Their 1st demo, Last Destination, was finished a year later on, and 2003’s Wishing the …

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Incubus

Not to end up being confused using the platinum indie rock and roll darlings who found prominence in the first 2000s (nor the a lot more obscure rings scattered throughout background and the globe most importantly), this music group — also named Incubus — hailed from Metairie, LA, and was …

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Red Tide

Created in 1993 by vocalists/guitarists Jeff Wu and Ian Kauffman, bassist Andy Dickins, and drummer Justin Foley, Avon, CT’s Crimson Tide honed their chops with a couple of demos (1994’s “Methods to the finish,” 1995’s “Expressions,” 1996’s “Hybrid”) before providing an album — 1997’s Styles from the Cosmic Consciousness — …

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Bloodhag

With hardly any exceptions, joke or gimmick bands have usually had an exceptionally short shelf life in the pop market place. There was actually no dependence on a second recording from the faux reggae Led Zeppelin cover music group Dread Zeppelin, for instance. But, most joke rings don’t possess a …

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Catheter

Inspired by the most common grindcore suspects (Napalm Loss of life, Carcass, Exhumed, et al.), Denver, CO’s evocatively called Catheter created in 1997, and offers since released over twelve break up LPs and 7″s with like-minded functions such as Dark Marketplace Fetus, Fukrot, and F.U.B.A.R. They’ve also toured thoroughly, and …

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Gandalf

Not to end up being confused with the brand new age author of the same name, Gandalf is a death-metal music group from Finland whose even more traditional metal audio links them with Sweden’s Entombed and Finland’s personal Sentenced, amongst others, as opposed to the even more experimental Scandinavian rings …

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Rick Harris

While sometimes confused with mild musician from the same name, among whom produced Jewel’s record of poetry, this Rick Harris is in fact the illustrator of the group Crucified’s self-titled record, released in 1992 and reissued four years afterwards. Song titles such as for example “The Pit” and “A MAN …

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