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Korol I Shut

An greatly popular Russian horror punk clothing that paired melodic very difficult rock and roll with lyrics produced from grim regional fairy stories and folklore, Korol I Shut, which means “the king as well as the jester,” formed in 1988 in Saint Petersburg around founding users Mikhail Gorshok Gorshenev, Alexandr …

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DG Yola

At the sea food restaurant where he worked, Atlanta-based rapper Mario Talley, better referred to as DG Yola (or Yola da Great), was discovered by the dog owner, Bureasa “Lady B” Rahim, who noticed him as potentially being the ATL’s next big artist. Therefore Yola became a member of Rahim …

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Witch Hats

Melbourne, Australia’s enigmatic Witch Hats might have shaped in the mid ’00s (in fact, 2005, according to many sources), but their music scavenges all of the prior years for inspiration to forge a menacing mixture of post-punk, indie, sound, goth, and garage area rock — everything underpinned with an insidious …

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MOK

A Berlin-born hardcore rapper of Turkish descent, MOK is associated with the favorite Aggro Berlin collective as an associate of Pass away Sekte, the label’s flagship group. He offers his personal label, Ersboeserjunge, for single releases, plus a collaboration with Sony BMG. Created in the Neukölln area of Berlin, MOK …

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Hand of Doom

Tribute bands have already been around for a long time, but it’s unusual for any tribute band to become led with a renowned saving artist, aside from issue a saving domestically. But that’s just what ex-Hole/Smashing Pumpkins bassist Melissa Auf Der Maur did with her Dark Sabbath tribute clothing, Hands …

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Overfiend

Canadian progressive metallic outfit Overfiend shaped in St. Catharines, Ontario (Niagara Falls area) in 2005 from the detritus of a small number of local hard rock and roll functions. The band’s personal blend of limited, tech-heavy metalcore and psychologically charged alternative metallic found its method to everyone in 2008 around …

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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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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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Negative Reaction

Since forming in the first 1990s East Northport, NY’s aptly named Bad Response have helped ensemble a bit edition of Southern-styled sludge and doom metal’s murky darkness within the Gotham skyline. Founded and generally commanded by vocalist/guitarist Ken E. Bone fragments, who spent some time working with a frequently changing …

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Red Tide

Created in 1993 by vocalists/guitarists Jeff Wu and Ian Kauffman, bassist Andy Dickins, and drummer Justin Foley, Avon, CT’s Crimson Tide honed their chops with a couple of demos (1994’s “Methods to the finish,” 1995’s “Expressions,” 1996’s “Hybrid”) before providing an album — 1997’s Styles from the Cosmic Consciousness — …

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