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Brainstorm

German rock music group Brainstorm was shaped in 1989 by guitarists Torsten Ihlenfeld and Milan Loncaric, and drummer Dieter Bernert, and quickly go about saving their first demonstration, “Hands of Doom.” Bassist Andreas Emailänder was following to become listed on and, following a string of unreliable frontmen, vocalist Marcus Jürgens …

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Job for a Cowboy

Unleashing a relentless fusion of hardcore and death steel using the precision guitar assault of progressive steel, Work for a Cowboy was shaped in Glendale, Arizona in 2002. The group was founded by vocalist Jonny Davy, guitarists Ravi Bhadriraju and Andrew Arcurio, bassist Chad Staples, and drummer Andy Rysdam, as …

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Brian Greenway

b. 1 Oct 1951, Canada. When Canadian rock band Apr Wine split up in 1988 pursuing vocalist Myles Goodwin’s decision to go on a single task, his move forecasted the future span of previous colleague Brian Greenway’s profession. The truth is, Greenway simply didn’t possess the songwriting abilities to create …

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Alcatrazz

Alcatrazz was originally formed seeing that a car for vocalist Graham Bonnet, but became well-known for introducing budding electric guitar heroes instead, namely Swedish phenom Yngwie J. Malmsteen and ex-Frank Zappa associate Steve Vai. After slaving away unsuccessfully for some from the ’70s using the Marble so when a solo …

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Braindance

Combining goth rock and roll noises with progressive steel alongside progressive trance, the N.Con.C.-structured group Braindance have dubbed their sound “intensifying darkwave.” They produced in 1992 when manufacturer/guitarist Vora Vor and vocalist/lyricist Sebastian Elliott made a decision to convert their songwriting relationship into a music group. The EP Shadows kicked …

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Murphy’s Law

Riding the okay range between obnoxious skatepunk and sodden steel, Murphy’s Law arrived of NY City’s mid-’80s hardcore scene and created in Astoria, Queens, around vocalist Jimmy Gestapo, however the group’s frequently moving lineup also included guitarists Todd Youth, Alex Morris, and Jack port Flanagan; bassists Pete Martinez, Chuck Valle, …

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Zatokrev

A Swiss based steel band shaped in 2002, Zatokrev (Marco Grementieri — bass, vocals, and samples, Frederyk Rotter — lead vocals, guitar, Silvio Spadino — drums, and Stench — guitar) released their eponymously entitled debut album on Codebreaker in Sept of 2004. The sludge steel act then had taken their …

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Xandria

Female-fronted symphonic/goth metallic band Xandria broke in to the German music mainstream in 2004 making use of their second album, Ravenheart. Though many claim that the music group isn’t genuinely metallic, Xandria garnered a big pursuing in Germany and an evergrowing following internationally; specifically, the band’s flair for incredible designs …

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Alchemist

Throughout their decade-plus existence, and despite liberating a string of singularly original and unconventional albums, Australia’s Alchemist has continued to be among the best-kept secrets in steel. Beginning with their modest origins in past due-’80s thrash metallic, the quartet is rolling out right into a state-of-the-art steel band, combining affects …

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Atomic Opera

Inspired from the Beatles/Queen-influenced progressive steel and spiritual concentrate of King’s X (with whom he went to church while surviving in Springfield, MO), guitarist/vocalist/cellist Frank Hart founded Atomic Opera in Houston in the first ’90s. Having a lineup also offering tempo guitarist Jonathan Marshal, bassist Jonas Velasco, and drummer Tag …

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