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Black Tusk

Rising onto the steel scene from Savannah, Georgia in 2005, Black color Tusk focus on a make of sludgy steel they contact “swamp steel.” The music group, consisting of users Andrew (acoustic guitar/vocals), Athon (bass/vocals), and Wayne (drums/vocals), combines the travel of fellow Savannah occupants Baroness using the solid and …

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Architects

With influences which range from Hatebreed, to Shadows Fall, towards the Dillinger Escape Program, Brighton, England’s Architects play a complex combination of metalcore, death, and mathematics steel, laced with alternately violent and comedic lyrics. After obtaining their begin in 2005, Architects documented their debut record, Nightmares, the next year using …

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Lethargy

Probably one of the most technically advanced and uncompromisingly challenging rings in rock background, Rochester, NY’s Lethargy created music too ambitious for some earthling ears to handle. But despite the fact that this designed for a short and mainly unheralded career beyond muso circles, it eventually bore fruit in a …

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Bison B.C.

Canadian doom metallic outfit Bison B.C. (the “B.C.” was added like a precautionary measure in order to avoid any potential legal issues with bands which were inspired to mention themselves following the same beast) grew from the fertile floor of well-known Vancouver “skate-thrash” music group S.T.R.E.E.T.S. The quartet, which features …

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Chingalera

LA, California’s Chingalera is made up of Dave Gibney (acoustic guitar, vocals), Ben Shirley (bass) and Tommy Holt (drums), and their debut recording, 2007’s In the Darkness of the Dark Hand Tree, melds such disparate affects while the Melvins, Helmet, Device, and Dark Sabbath, right into a long-winded, slow-moving, even-slower-resolving, …

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A Storm of Light

NY City’s A Surprise of Light was founded by vocalist/guitarist/keyboardist Josh Graham — a former person in the respected post-rock clothing, Crimson Sparowes, participant in the acclaimed Fight of Mice, and a longtime visible artist in home with the renowned Neurosis. It had been therefore never astonishing when Graham and …

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It Prevails

Located in Portland, OR, and made up of vocalist Ian Fike, guitarists Danny Harbold and Brian Blade, bassist Cam Bledsoe, and drummer Aaron Marsh, It Prevails stick to in the melodic metalcore footsteps of Shai Hulud, Killswitch Employ, and other rings of their ilk. After touring the U.S. Western world …

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Burst

Though Sweden’s Burst originally formed as soon as 1993 and released several underground releases within the next couple of years (1996’s Shadowcaster EP, 1998’s Two Faced LP), it wasn’t until 1999 that vocalist Linus Jägerskog, guitarists Jonas Rydberg and Robert Reinholdz, bassist Jesper Liver organöd (ex-Nasum), and drummer Patrik Hultin …

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The Sword

Not to end up being confused using the Canadian rock music group from the later ’80s merely named Sword, the Sword certainly are a retro-metal four-piece hailing from — of most areas — the vocalist/songwriter oasis of Austin, Tx. First conceived in 2003, the Sword actually strike their stride in …

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Hazard County Girls

Drummer Sharon Heather and vocalist/guitarist Christy Kane met in New Orleans in 2002, and shortly began functioning up material seeing that Hazard County Young ladies. Sean Yseult (ex-White Zombie) and Katie Campbell (Nashville Pussy) both kept down the bass placement before Jennifer K finally got the work. Using the lineup …

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