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Ty Tabor

King’s X guitarist Ty Tabor was created on Sept 17, 1961, in Jackson, MS. As a young child, he started playing electric guitar and produced a bluegrass music group with his sibling on banjo and his dad on washtub bass; they performed celebrations around Mississippi and opened up for nation …

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Tuff

This US rock quartet was formed in 1990 by Stevie Rachelle (vocals), Jorge Desaint (guitar), Todd Chase (bass) and drummer Michael Slim. They authorized to Atlantic Information and debuted using what Comes Around, ENCIRCLES in 1991. The affects here had been evidently Poison, Warrant and Bon Jovi, however they displayed …

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Johnny Crash

Following a break-up of Tokyo Blade, vocalist Vicki James Wright became disillusioned using the British rock and roll scene and relocated to LA searching for compatible musicians. Following a series of fake begins, he finally stabilized a line-up of August Worchell and Christopher Stewart (guitars), Andy Rogers (bass) and Stephen …

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Twin Obscenity

With an already growing black steel scene within their home country of Norway, Atle Wiig (singer/guitarist/keyboards), Jo-Arild Toennessen (bass), and Knut Naesje (drums) formed their very own task in 1991 for the intention of adding their very own bleak, but metallic quite happy with the incorporation of the keyboard drenched …

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G.B.H.

The influential, long-lived punk metal band G.B.H. increased to prominence in Britain through the early ’80s when hardcore punk started inching toward rock. Originally created in 1979 in Birmingham, Britain, G.B.H. in the beginning known as itself Charged G.B.H. to differentiate itself from another music group using the same name. …

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Downcycle

Via Raleigh, NC, Down Circuit formed from the reunion of many adept group elements. Mike Bonavita (vocals), Robert Bruce (electric guitar), David Cebula (electric guitar), Todd P. (bass), and Barry Knain (drums) constructed Down Routine in 2000, since that time gathering an always-rising group of fans and considerable reputation by …

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Destruction

As well as their countrymen Kreator and Sodom, Germany’s Devastation constituted the dominating triumvirate of Teutonic thrash steel through the 1980s. And although they ultimately didn’t match these peers with regards to commercial achievement and longevity, a minimum of two of their albums still meet the criteria one of the …

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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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Foghat

Foghat specialized in a straightforward, hard-rocking blues-rock, releasing some best-selling albums within the mid-’70s. While by no means deviating using their fundamental boogie, they maintained a large target audience until 1978, offering out concerts across America and generating several platinum or platinum albums. Once punk and disco arrived, the band’s …

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Gene Simmons

Although Gene Simmons found fame being a blood-spurting, fire-breathing, bass-playing demon with Kiss, his early years were about as far taken out as it is possible to possibly get from the notorious rock music group. Blessed August 25, 1949, and called Chaim Witz, he and his mom left Israel with …

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