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Hybrid Children

Upon their formation in 1991, the Helsinki, Finland-based lineup who had been simply referred to as Jasse (vocal/guitar), Kelly (drums/vocals), TV (guitar), and Jarno (bass) formed beneath the moniker from the Hybrid Children. Using their affects of ’70s rock and roll and Brit-punk that appeared up to famous brands Stiff …

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Oblomov

Oblomov comes from the Czech Republic, where Honza Vanek (vocals, guitars, drums), Pavel Dlabaja (guitars, vocals), and Martin Hora (bass, keyboards, development, saxophone, etc.) started formulating their astronomical dark metal in the entire year 2000. Their 1st demo, Last Destination, was finished a year later on, and 2003’s Wishing the …

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Steeltower

German rock music group Steeltower were shaped in 1982 by vocalist Thomas Rettke, guitarists Ingo Millek and Bernd Kaufholz, bassist Manni Jordan, and drummer Thorsten Mueller, however they experienced small success over another five years, releasing just one single album in 1984’s Nights your dog before falling apart and having …

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Nehëmah

Not to end up being confused using the Spaniards in Nahemah, Nehëmah was a dark metal band from the pagan-worshipping, pancake makeup-wearing range, hailing from the city of Chambéry, in France’s picturesque Rhône-Alpes area — how fitting. Though it was originally conceived by vocalist/drummer/bassist Corven in 1992, the group would …

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Morning

Appearing out of the ashes of Psychosis in 1999, Morning was shaped by Saskia van Heugten and Mauro Pi. They recruited Stijn Bannier, Jerry Jacobs, and Jamal Marquardt to full the lineup. The next year, Marquardt still left the group, getting changed by Pol Bannier. They added Gilles truck Hoof …

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London

When Blackie Lawless kicked glam rock and roll hellions Nikki Sixx and Lizzie Gray away of his music group Sister, the duo started London in order to annoy Hurry fans, emulate the debauched spectacle of NY Dolls, and build upon the music of Cheap Technique, Slade, and THINK IT?S GREAT …

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Slapshock

Slapshock makes music seeing that loud and violent seeing that it is name. Slapshock is normally in comparison to Korn, Limp Bizkit, and Slipknot, as the music group combines hip-hop and rock to give food to the market’s urge for food for brutal, in-your-face rap-rock. Slapshock shaped in Manila, Philippines, …

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Nu Pagadi

Nu Pagadi were a short-lived German pop/rock and roll group that lasted barely very long enough to take pleasure from a chart-topping solitary (“Sweetest Poison,” 2004) and recording (Your Dark Part, 2005). The bandmembers (Pat Boinet, Kris Dörfer, Markus Grimm, Doreen Steinert) referred to themselves like a “glam rock and …

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Nemesea

A symphonic goth steel troupe based from the Netherlands, Nemesea were founded in 2002 by vocalist/composer Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong. Nemesea trim their teeth starting for fellow Dutch brood-rockers After Forever, with whom these were originally likened, before inking a offer in 2003 with indie label …

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Alamaailman Vasarat

The avant-garde Finnish music group Alamaailman Vasarat, which means “the Hammers from the Underworld” in British, create music influenced by Klezmer and other styles of Western european folk music and play it using the ferocity of the punk or metal act. Abandoning main keys generally and guitars altogether, the group …

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