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Jorn

Jorn may be the single enterprise of journeyman Norwegian vocalist Jørn Lande (Masterplan, Vagabond, the Snakes, Ark, etc.), whose amazing talent offers allowed him to master from power metallic to bluesy hard rock and roll to pop. After fronting several metallic and hard rock and roll bands within the 1990s, …

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Jörgen Knot Sandström

Jörgen Knot Sandström may be the bassist for Entombed. He’s also the vocalist in an organization called the Task Hate MCMXCIX. That group had not been his first-time as lead vocalist, though. He previously filled that capability in Grave, launching several CDs together.

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Velvet Acid Christ

Making use of their origins rooting back completely for their senior high school electronics class, Velvet Acid Christ got their begin in 1990 beneath the original “Cyberchrist,” but changed it in dedication for an alleged acid trip gone bad. Composed of two core users Bryan (Erickson) and Chris (last name …

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Die Happy

Alternate rock quartet Die Content shaped in Ulm, Germany, in 1993. Guitarist Thorsten Mewes, bassist Julian Rosenthal, and drummer Marcus Heinzmann auditioned some performers before finally buying Czech-born Marta Jandová. The group performed its initial live gig within the springtime of 1994, at mid-year documenting the EP MUCH BETTER THAN …

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Horse

Located in London, England, Horses combined rock musicianship with a number of the lyrical issues from the punk movement. Composed of Gary Gene (vocals), Marc Perez (acoustic guitar), Damon Williams (bass) and Dave Hoyland (drums), after developing in 1988 they embarked on a gruelling circuit of support and golf club …

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Domain

This hard rock-band was formed in Germany in 1986 by Bernie Kolbe (vocals, bass) and British expatriate Cliff Jackson (guitar; previously the first choice of UK intensifying rock and roll group Epitaph). Originally called Kingdom, the group added guitarist Alex Ritt, key pad participant Voker Sassenberg and drummer Thorstein Preker …

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Dio

For a short spell through the mid-’80s, the rock quintet Dio were among the top U.S. concert destinations, boasting perhaps one of the most outrageous stage serves of its period packed with props and particular results (lasers, explosions, a huge dragon, etc.). The group’s head was vocalist Ronnie Adam Dio, …

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Die Toten Hosen

Noted because of their irreverent design and tough but hooky tunes, German punk/steel band Perish Toten Hosen are among Germany’s most successful rock and roll bands, commanding a big and loyal pursuing in the home and in Australia, SOUTH USA, and Japan many decades once they started. Die Toten Hosen …

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Carrier Flux

The mysterious avant-industrial-black metal project Carrier Flux is in fact the task of an individual man, one Jeff Phillips, whose complex vision and unusual talent for integrating distinct strains of rock right into a strange new crossbreed are, at least, impressive. After bowing with 2000’s individually released Introspective Headache recording, …

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Vardis

Though they enjoyed a reasonably long career by New Wave of British ROCK standards, Wakefield, England’s Vardis hardly ever really participate in the genre’s standard denim-and-leather credo. Rather, they employed a fairly unique design of fresh, energized boogie with root base in hard-edged ’70s glam and an extremely uncharacteristic love …

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