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Apostasy

Sweden’s Apostasy was formed in 1994 and performs keyboard-laden symphonic dark steel inspired by famous brands Dimmu Borgir and Arcturus. Following the unexpected death of first vocalist Stefan Peersen (apparently from a damaging brain pathogen) in 1997, guitarist Svenn-Aksel Henriksen assumed vocal responsibilities and, along with then-band people Daniel Nymo …

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Thunderhead

After an unsuccessful audition with Victory, American vocalist Ted Bullet fulfilled ex-Viva guitarist Henrik Wolter and ex-Talon bass player Ole Hempleman within a Hanover bar, and by adding drummer Alex Scotti to complete this German-based band, documented a demo that quickly prompted a contract with Intercord. Behind The Eight Ball …

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Iggy Pop

There’s grounds why many consider Iggy Pop the godfather of punk: each and every punk music group of days gone by and present offers either knowingly or unknowingly lent something or two from Pop and his past due-’60s/early-’70s music group, the Stooges. Given birth to on Apr 21, 1947, in …

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Thunder

Vocalist Danny Bowes and business lead guitarist Luke Morley 1st played together if they were 15-year-old classmates in London. Both afterwards formed the music group Terraplane, and released two albums but split up in 1988. Bowes, Morley, and drummer Gary “Harry” Adam then shaped Thunder, recruiting bassist Tag “Snake” Luckhurst …

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Three Man Army

Three Man Military was a forgettable Uk hard rock-band of the first ’70s, playing period guitar-slanted music that sounded like warm-up fodder for bigger stadium acts. The constants in the lineup had been Adrian Gurvitz and Paul Gurvitz, both of whom have been in Weapon. After Weapon expired, Adrian visited …

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Accept

Using their brutal, simple riffs and aggressive, fast tempos, Accept were among the top steel bands of the first ’80s, and a significant influence in the development of thrash. Led by the initial vocal stylings of screeching banshee Udo Dirkschneider, the music group forged an immediately recognizable audio and was …

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Throttlerod

Southern deep-fried hard rockers Throttlerod emerged from SC in 1999 and included Matt Whitehead (vocals/guitar), Bo Leslie (guitar), Chris Sundstrom (bass), and Jon McNabb (drums). A four-song demonstration called “With the Horns” was documented that same calendar year and their full-length debut Eastbound and Down found its way to 2000 …

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Acid King

San Francisco’s stoner rock-band Acid King shaped in 1993. Vocalist/guitarist Lori Crover, bassist Peter Lucas and drummer Joey Osbourne began playing local demonstrates yr with likeminded rings like the Melvins, Hawkwind as well as the Obsessed. The group released their self-titled debut EP the next yr on Sympathy For the …

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Those Peabodys

Beneath the straight-up punk & move influences that research to Dijits, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Motörhead, and Nashville Pussy, Those Peabodys followed with this tradition upon their formation in 1999. Comprising Clarke Wilson (vocals/bass), Adam Hatley (acoustic guitar/vocals), JD Cronise (acoustic guitar), and Aaron Franklin (drums), the music group …

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Lez Zeppelin

Cheekily named all-female Led Zeppelin cover band Lez Zeppelin formed in NEW YORK in the past due 2000s. Their name might imply a tongue-in-cheek method of the music, but Sarah McLellan (business lead vocals), Helen Destroy (drums), Lisa Brigantino (bass, mandolin, tips), and Steph Paynes (electric guitar) consider their tribute …

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