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Destiny

Destiny is really a Gothenburg, Sweden, rock music group founded in 1982 by bassist Stefan Björnshög, that has hired and fired a seemingly endless succession of henchmen during the period of 20-as well as years and only couple of independently released albums. These included 1985’s Beyond All Feeling, 1988’s Atomic …

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Demon Hunter

Sgt. Serpent, Chuck Knuckles, Utah Biggs, Arm, and John Gredal comprise the large, aggressive metal noises of Seattle’s Demon Hunter. They installed with Aaron Sprinkle (MxPx, Dolour, Poor Aged Lu) because of their Solid Condition self-titled debut, which made an appearance in fall 2002. Their specific identities were afterwards uncovered …

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Disciple

Christian hard rock outfit Disciple was shaped in 1992 by friends Kevin Little, Brad Noah, Tim Barrett, and Adrian DiTommasi (who leave the group shorty after inception) so that they can spread the Gospel while playing the noisy, metallic music they cherished. Over time, their style advanced into one much …

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Jimmy Gnecco

Vocalist and songwriter Jimmy Gnecco initial burst onto the music picture as the head of the group Ours, releasing a small number of critically acclaimed albums before shifting to a single career. Delivered in 1973, Gnecco grew up in NJ and created an passion for music young, particularly classic spirit …

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Izzi Dunn

Known on her behalf valued efforts to several recordings, Izzi Dunn (true name, Isabelle Dunn) can be an British cellist and singer. Dunn became associated with music young. Elevated by her mom (a classically educated opera vocalist) and her dad (a vocalist and radio presenter), music, audio, and performance had …

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Viv Albertine

A fundamental element of the internal group of punk royalty, Viviane Katrina Louise Albertine was created in Australia but raised in London by her Swiss mom and French dad. After dropping away from Chelsea College of Artwork, Albertine produced the Bouquets of Love (called by Johnny Rotten) with Sid Vicious …

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The Jelly Jam

Following a dissolution of prog rock and roll supergroup Platypus in 2000, three from the group’s members continued to create the similarly minded force trio the Jelly Jam. Vocalist/guitarist Ty Tabor (King’s X), bassist John Myung (Desire Theatre), and drummer Pole Morgenstein (Dixie Dregs, Winger) continuing Platypus’ legacy for intensifying, …

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Heimataerde

The Templar-obsessed electro-industrial group Heimataerde (“House Soil”) cleverly combined three separate yet related genres from Germany’s “dark scene” to generate a thing that was both fresh and new, yet rooted within the distant past. Their usage of middle ages instruments (especially bagpipes) and melodies had not been unique alone. The …

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Amadou & Mariam

A music husband-and-wife duo that got its begin in Mali, Amadou & Mariam met in 1975 at Mali’s Bamako Institute for the Adolescent Blind. Amadou (created Amadou Bagayoko in Bamako in Oct of 1954) started his musical profession in 1968, and by 1974 got joined up with Les Ambassadeurs du …

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The Spitfires

The Spitfires certainly are a four-piece pop/rock music group hailing from Watford, Britain. Comprised of vocalist and guitarist Billy Sullivan, bass guitarist Sam Very long, drummer Matt Johnson, and keyboardist Chris Chanell, the Spitfires are recognized for their powerful and effective songwriting, resolute sociable commentary within their lyrics, and broadly …

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