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Slammin’ Watusis

They began having a self-titled album of only punk, however the Slammin’ Watusis started to put in a few more musical textures — blues-rock, power pop, a good glimpse of rock — by enough time of 1989’s Kings of Noise. It had been their last recording, nevertheless, though bassist Clay …

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Ancient Wisdom

A side project for Bewitched vocalist/guitarist Marcus E. Norman, Sweden’s Old Wisdom (originally simply plain Old, but that name had been taken by way of a Norwegian music group) bucked the normal developments of Scandinavian loss of life/black metal making use of their extremely melodic, relatively gradual and haunting compositions. …

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Anathema

While Heaven Lost and My Dying Bride got even more attention from underground doom steel enthusiasts, Liverpool natives Anathema were simply as important in developing a fresh strain of doom (occasionally known as doom/loss of life) that drew heavily from atmospheric goth steel and, in the first times, featured gruff …

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Slik Toxik

Guitarists Rob Bruce and Kevin Gale, vocalists Dave Mercel and Nick Walsh, bassist Pat Howarth and drummer Neil Busby founded Slik Toxik in 1988 in Toronto. Because of the band’s demonstration tape, Capitol/EMI authorized them and released Doin’ the Nasty in 1992.

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Trik Turner

In the beginning of the new millennium, the onslaught of new rap-metal outfits demonstrated no indication of slowing, as evidenced from the emergence of the US septet. Focusing on exactly the same angst-ridden music that predecessors such as for example Limp Bizkit and Papa Roach had taken to the very …

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Ten Jinn

10 Jinn, named following a 2nd hundred years Chinese language philosopher, was shaped in LA in 1991 by keyboardist/vocalist/composer John Paul Strauss. The music group was comprised of five additional users: drummer/multi-instrumentalist Tag Wickliffe, keyboardist Robert Niemeyer, bassist/keyboardist Matt Overholser, guitarist Mike Matier and Stan Whitaker of Content the Man, …

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Ancient Rites

Though its founding members have been mixed up in local scene because the early ’80s, the band referred to as Ancient Rites was only officially formed in 1989 by Gunther Theys (bass/vocals), Philip and Johan (guitars), and Stefan (drums). Among Belgium’s only dark steel groups of take note (essential corpse …

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Terror

Terror can be an L.A.-centered hardcore band shaped by East Coast transplant, vocalist Scott Vogel, formerly lead singer with Buffalo, NY bands like Despair, Sludgefest, and Buried Alive. Founded in Apr 2002 soon after Vogel’s relocation, Terror released a four-song demonstration that circulated one of the underground picture before liberating …

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Anata

The death metal band Anata was formed by Fredrik Schälin (vocals, guitar), Mattias Svensson (guitar), Martin Sjöstrand (bass), and Robert Petersson (drums) in the city of Varberg, Sweden. Although they initial started jamming in 1993, it had been quite some years before they got around to documenting their initial demos, …

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Sixty Watt Shaman

Baltimore’s Sixty Watt Shaman began within the mid-90’s, when business lead guitarist Joe Selby and drummer Chuck Dukehart dumped their band’s previous name Supercreep, and teamed up with vocalist/tempo guitarist Dan Kerzwick and bassist Jim Forrester. Sketching motivation from both modern stoner rock and roll heroes like Clutch as well …

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