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Since the Flood

Veterans of the brand new England hardcore steel scene, Because the Overflow were formed in 2002 in New Hampshire. The group has already established some lineup shifts over time, but the primary trio of vocalist Chuck Bouley, drummer Luke Buckbee, and guitarist Dave Stauble have already been central to the …

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The Unforgiven

For a short time — a matter of weeks, actually — the Unforgiven were probably the most wanted band in LA. Every label viewed the six-string slinging sextet and noticed cash, maybe as the group appeared to be the American counterpart towards the Big Music surging through Britain in the …

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Union

Not to end up being confused with the first 1980s music group Union, this Union is really a Los Angeles-based clothing that recorded for Mayhem in the later 1990s and features former associates of Kiss and Motley Crue. Produced in L.A. in past due 1996, Union unites ex-Motley Crue vocalist …

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The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion

After a very long and semi-successful tenure as leader of scuzz-rock heroes Pussy Galore, Jon Spencer shook up his anti-rock vision and installed with guitarist Judah Bauer and drummer Russell Simins to generate the scuzz-blues trio the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion. Postmodern towards the core, there is an authentic irony …

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Dimension

Shaped in Mexico in 1999, Sizing shifted to Denver before launching their debut album, General, in 2002. Among formation and discharge, Sizing honed its intensifying/power-metal chops through many performances and intensive touring in such locales as Mexico, European countries and the Expresses. The music group would eventually printer ink a …

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U-Men

Along with rings like Limp Richerds and Mr. Epp as well as the Computations, the U-Men had been among the initial rings to inspire and become what would become Seattle’s grunge picture. Within their seven-year profession, the U-Men toured several regions of america, experienced a succession of four bass players, …

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Less Than Jake

Although formed in 1992 being a power pop trio with large punk leanings, SIGNIFICANTLY LESS THAN Jake progressively transformed right into a ska-inspired punk band by adding a horn section. Vocalist/guitarist Chris Demakes, bassist Shaun, and drummer/lyricist Vinnie Fiorello produced the very first incarnation of the group, which had taken …

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David Guetta

France’s David Guetta is one of the gleaming influx of DJs who all combine Daft Punk’s modern house music using a pinch of electroclash’s punch. Guetta have been DJ’ing around France playing well-known music, but his human brain was especially rewired in 1987 when he noticed a Farley Jackmaster Funk …

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Saratoga

Spanish group Saratoga shaped in 1992 and earned a reputation as Madrid’s leading rock act, earning notoriety throughout Europe and Japan. The group spent 3 years after developing writing and finding your way through their debut record, Saratoga, released in 1995. Just moderately successful at that time, the record would …

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Unearthly Trance

Long Isle and Brooklyn, New York’s Unearthly Trance had become on the dawn of the brand new millennium throughout the abilities of vocalist/guitarist Ryan Lipynsky, bassist Jay Newman, and drummer Darren Verni. Sworn to perpetrate probably the most corrosive blackened doom/sludge steel dirges imaginable, the heavy-handed trio implemented in the …

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