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Deliverance

England’s Deliverance was an obscure thrash steel band coping mostly in satanic lyrics and, therefore, shouldn’t be confused using their L.A.-structured, Christian metallic namesakes. Created sometime in the middle-’80s, the music group was also recognized to test out gothic, Mercyful Fate-like dark metal, aswell as historic doom ? la the …

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Brendan Perry

Following the breakup of Dead Can Dance, singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Brendan Perry collaborated with friends like Hector Zazou (on his 1998 Lights at night album) and former bandmate Peter Ulrich (whose Pathways and Dawns Perry co-produced and arranged). Through the past due ’90s he started teaching percussion workshops in Afro-Cuban and African …

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Rhys Fulber

Trent Reznor and Al Jourgensen usually get all of the credit for popularizing commercial rock with a difficult edge, but there have been other people who contributed towards the genre although it was even now taking shape in the past due ‘80s, such as for example Frontline Assembly’s Rhys Fulber. …

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Sabbat

English band shaped in 1986, with Martin Walkyier (vocals), Andy Sneap (guitar), Frazer Craske (bass), and Simon Negus (drums). Sabbat recognized themselves with both their blazing speed and their desire for witchcraft, dark magic, paganism, as well as the Dark Ages. Their music was complicated and their stage display was …

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Bella Sonus

A duo featuring soundscape programmer Robert Smith and flamenco guitarist Angelis Suarez, Bella Sonus crafts a world-influenced design of lush electronica weighty about ambient tones and slow-tempo rhythms. Highly emotive, the duo also works together with background vocalists to help expand their audio to even more ethereal levels that frequently …

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Claire Voyant

Chris Ross (development) and Ben Fargen (acoustic guitar), Claire Voyant’s founding duo, initial met young, since that time creating a significant creative understanding. Having rings like the Treatment or Cocteau Twins as primary affects, the two-team revealed their musical choices on sensitive pop style choices added by charming streamlined drawings. …

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Artillery

Denmark’s Artillery had been among the many quality Western thrash metal rings that never appeared to catch a rest. Created in 1982 within the Copenhagen suburb of Taastrup by brothers Michael (acoustic guitar) and Morten Stytzer (bass), Artillery documented demos that quickly became a warm commodity around the rock tape-trading …

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Fauxliage

In 2001 the Canadian ambient pop band Delerium (Costs Leeb and Rhys Fulber), even now reeling in the success of the Sarah McLachlan collaboration over the song “Silence,” released Poem, an album which every track had a guest vocalist. Among the contributors was Sixpence non-e the Richer’s Leigh Nash, whose …

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The Slow Signal Fade

The area rock/desire pop-inspired quartet the Sluggish Transmission Fade came together in 2002 with Christy Greenwood (drums), Chris Walters (bass), Marguerite Olivelle (vocals), and Ron Ulicny (guitar). Each bandmember stocks a like for My Bloody Valentine, This Mortal Coil, Swervedriver, as well as the Treatment, so developing a music group …

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Plummet

In 2001, DJ/producer Eric Muniz (aka DJ X) and owner from the 3rd party labels Xquizit and EBM (Eastern Breakz Movement) teamed up with singer Nikki to start out a fresh dance music task called Plummet. The duo debuted using the discharge of “Broken,” a membership/dance one remixed by Robin …

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