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Trevor de Brauw

The founding guitarist of Illinois-based post-metal quartet Pelican, Trevor de Brauw spent some time working in multiple genres with great prolificacy. An extremely textural instrumentalist with ambient leanings, de Brauw continues to be mixed up in post-rock scene because the past due 1990s, discovering the outer limitations of weighty music …

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Bruce Dickinson

Perhaps second and then Rob Halford, Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson was probably the most acclaimed and immediately recognizable vocalist to emerge from the brand new Wave of Uk ROCK movement from the early-’80s. Delivered Paul Dickinson on August 7, 1958, in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, he followed the very first name Bruce …

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Overmars

Lyon, France’s contribution towards the post-metal motion, Overmars began showing up on divide EPs in 2002 and recorded their initial record, Affliction, Endocrine…Vertigo, in 2005, instantly distinguishing themselves with an oppressive, droning, quite often sludgy interpretation for the genre. At that time, Overmars’ lineup contains vocalist Xavier, guitarists Antoine and …

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Year of No Light

The trance-rock/post-metal music group, Calendar year of No Light, comes from Bordeaux, France, where it had been formed in the summertime of 2001, and slowly fermented both on-stage and in rehearsal before recording its first demonstration tape in 2004. This gained the group a popularity for sounding like “The Get …

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Mekong Delta

A riddle wrapped within an enigma decked out in natural leather and studs, Germany’s Mekong Delta perplexed the rock globe both by using an unconventional make of progressive thrash and by keeping the identities from the bandmembers key for the very first five many years of a career beginning in …

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Adrian Orange

Going the Expenses Callahan course, Adrian Orange fallen his Thanksgiving moniker and began drifting from the fuzzy lo-fi folk appear that designated his humble beginnings like a soloist. After 2006’s Cave Times and Occasions he announced that he was interested relocating a dance-pop path with a complete music group and …

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Cortney Tidwell

Possessing a lovely tone of voice and an ethereal melodic feeling that suggests a freak folk variation on Mazzy Star or This Mortal Coil, singer and songwriter Cortney Tidwell was created into a category of musicians, however in her early life this heritage appeared just as much a curse like …

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Pygmy Lush

A genre-bending experimental sextet from Sterling, VA, Pygmy Lush juggle punk, lo-fi, screamo, post-hardcore, and moody folk-rock, occasionally all at one time. Shaped in 2005 by ex-pg. 99 people Johnny Ward and siblings Mike and Chris Taylor, alongside Mike Widman and David Krepinevich following the dissolution of earlier rings Malady …

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Daylight’s for the Birds

Daylight’s for the Wild birds feature Philip Wann (vocals, keyboards, electric guitar), Jay Giampietro (electric guitar), Brad Conroy (drums), and Amanda Garrett (vocals). The original lineup from the music group came jointly in 2005 upon the break up of Wann’s prior group, On!Atmosphere!Library!, which disbanded the entire year prior after …

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Braindance

Combining goth rock and roll noises with progressive steel alongside progressive trance, the N.Con.C.-structured group Braindance have dubbed their sound “intensifying darkwave.” They produced in 1992 when manufacturer/guitarist Vora Vor and vocalist/lyricist Sebastian Elliott made a decision to convert their songwriting relationship into a music group. The EP Shadows kicked …

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