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Helix

The Canadian rock band Helix formed in 1974 in Kitchener, Ontario; composed of vocalist Brian Vollmer, guitarists Brent Doerner and Paul Hackman, bassist Keith Zurbrigg, and drummer Brian Doerner, the group debuted in 1979 with Breaking Loose. White colored Lace & Dark Leather followed 2 yrs later on, and was …

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Deathblow

The no-frills, metal-laced hardcore of Deathblow found existence in Winston-Salem, NC, through the summer of 2004 as a way to create music with an increase of of a note than simply pure, sonic brutality to the neighborhood scene. To take action, vocalist Paul Genet (Azazel, Aria) and drummer Jeremy Stowers …

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The Strokes

Equally inspired simply by classic tunesmiths like Buddy Holly and John Lennon as well as the street-smart attitude and angular riffs of fellow Fresh Yorkers Television as well as the Velvet Underground, the Strokes were also similarly blessed and cursed with a massive quantity of hype — especially from your …

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John Moloney

Drummer John Moloney was a founding person in long-running Boston-born experimental/improv freak rock and roll collective Sunburned Hands of the person, forming in the later ’90s through the ashes of Shit Spangled Banner, his previous music group with Sunburned guitarist Robert Thomas. Moloney performed on a large number of produces …

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Saving Abel

Shaped in 2004 by vocalist Jared Weeks and guitarist Jason Null, Keeping Abel combine riff-heavy hard rock and roll with sexually billed lyrics and Southern rock and roll affects. The quintet got main in Corinth, MS, where Weeks and Null cut their tooth in different rings before merging their songwriting …

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Hunter

Often referred to as the Polish Metallica, Hunter was formed in 1985 within the Masurian Lake District town of Szczytno, nonetheless it will be a decade prior to the band would release their debut album. Having a hard-hitting mixture of thrash and power metallic, the group required their name from …

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? & the Mysterians

It just took one tune, the organ-driven number 1 smash “96 Tears,” to create ? & the Mysterians into garage area rock and roll legends. Eccentric frontman Issue Mark (in fact spelled “the Mysterians’ audio helped lay out an important area of the garage area rock blueprint, specifically the low-budget …

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Witchfynde

Shaped in Nottinghamshire, England, Witchfynde had been one among many early-’80s teams to become conveniently lumped in to the New Influx of British ROCK, but they had been nowhere close to as sonically extreme as their exaggeratedly satanic picture and references indicate. Actually, despite displaying an abundance of rock affects, …

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Sterling Simms

Given birth to and raised in Philadelphia, R&B singer and songwriter Sterling Simms was heavily coached by his grandfather, a musician himself, to be always a performer. He subjected Simms to traditional soul performers like Sam Cooke and also helped Simms record his 1st song at age group six. Influenced …

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The Qemists

The Qemists certainly are a genre-blurring Uk electronic rock ensemble that combine steel guitars and propulsive drum’n’bass beats just like the Prodigy, Crossfaith, and Enter Shikari. Located in Brighton and from the non-techno history, the group channeled their significant energy right into a formidable, large yet danceable audio on the …

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