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Marco Calliari

Blessed in Italy but raised in Quebec, vocalist and guitarist Marco Calliari have been an associate of Anonymus — a Montreal-based steel music group that formed in 1989 — for 15 years ahead of striking out being a single artist. Although band continues to be an electric outlet for his …

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Angel

Angel is a pan-European supergroup of types featuring ex-Lake of Tears and Imperia siren Helena Iren Michaelsen, backed by henchmen Jan “Orkki” Yrlund (acoustic guitar and development, ex-Lacrimosa), John Stam (acoustic guitar), Gerry Verstreken (bass), Steve Wolz (drums), and Audun Gronnestad (orchestrations). Carrying out a one-off solitary known as “Don’t …

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Crooked X

Hailing from Coweta, Oklahoma, the four associates of Crooked X had been only 14 years of age if they broke through in 2008. Sounding such as a mixture of their heroes Dark Label Culture, Pantera, and Shinedown, the teenage group caught the interest from the EMI label after starting gigs …

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Bitch

Bitch was formed in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1979 from the Schmid brothers, Eric (vocals), Jimmy (drums) and Geoffrey (acoustic guitar). Adding Marc Portman (acoustic guitar) and Roddy Landolt (bass), they mixed 70s symphonic rock and roll with a fresh Wave Of English Heavy Metal strategy. Components of Deep Crimson, Krokus, …

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Pest

A black metallic group that formed in 1997 in Sweden, Pest was known for his or her desire to make a ‘purer’ edition of black metallic, one which lacked the symphonic and progressive tendencies of a number of the genre’s second and third generation acts. Their quick make of the …

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I

Norway’s economically called I is normally a supergroup made up of several veterans from the neighborhood extreme metal picture: vocalist/guitarist Olve Eikemo (aka Abbath, of Immortal popularity), business lead guitarist Glaciers Dale (aka Arve Isdal, of Enslaved), bassist Tom Cato Visnes (aka T.C. Ruler of Gorgoroth), and unique Immortal people …

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Gaia Mesiah

This three-part female, one-part male rock-band from Prague, Czech Republic, strives to talk about the same vision of heavy music like a playground for a variety of musical, stylistic and spiritual experimentation that unify many great rock bands such as for example Faith FORGET ABOUT, Jane’s Addiction, Deftones and Tool. …

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Unreal City

Hardcore kids towards the last, the people of Pittsburgh, PA’s Unreal Town won’t identify their last brands on sheer rule, coating up for inspection using their debut record, Ephemeral Subsistence, just seeing that Joe (vocals), Jon (electric guitar), Mania (bass), and Rob (drums). Agreed upon to Twice or Nothing Information …

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The Devil’s Blood

Hailing through the Dutch city of Eindhoven, where these were first conceived in 2006 by guitarist Selim Lemouchi, the Devil’s Bloodstream hark back again to the initial sightings of ’70s rock (Dark Sabbath, Uriah Heep, Leaf Hound) as well as the darker aspect of ’60s psychedelia and folk (Coven, Comus, …

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Black Anvil

New York’s Dark Anvil were created in 2007 by previous users of then-recently defunct hardcore activists Get rid of Your Idols: vocalist/bassist P (Paul Delaney), guitarist G (Gary Bennett), and drummer/vocalist R (Raeph Glicken). Right now soaring the shroud-like flag of classic Scandinavian black metallic — N.Con.C. design! — the …

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