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Battle of Mice

A post-metal/post-rock supergroup of kinds, Fight of Mice were a cooperation that brought jointly such wide-ranging performers as Crafted from Infants vocalist Julie Xmas, guitarist Josh Graham of Crimson Sparowes, former Pere Ubu and Bob Mould bassist Tony Maimone, drummer Joel Hamilton of Publication of Knots, and drummer Joe Tomino. …

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Hog Molly

Named following a peculiar fish within UNITED STATES waters, Hog Molly surfaced from Seattle in 1999 because the musical offspring of human yeti Tad Doyle, whose previous outfit, Tad, acquired agreed upon to Sub Play 1989 and released the watershed albums God’s Balls, Sodium Lick, and 8-Method Santa. Tad helped …

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Fudge Tunnel

Despite their rough-hewn, incredibly heavy, feedback-drenched sound, Nottingham’s Fudge Tunnel quickly transcended the most obvious rock tag to get widespread critical compliment outside such limits. Even though this support by no means did result in commercial success, it really is interesting to notice that Fudge Tunnel’s amazing crossover appeal, with …

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Buzz Osborne

As founder from the Melvins, Hype Osborne was probably one of the most important numbers in alternative rock through the 1980s and ’90s and continuing to make a exciting body of work very well into the fresh millennium, though his impact frequently came second-hand. Osborne’s substantial, often sludgy acoustic guitar …

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Modey Lemon

Inspired from the proto-punk Stooges as well as the post-garage Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, and educated by the past due ’60s and ’70s rock and roll so prevalent within their middle-American hometowns, Modey Lemon was probably the most successful of the brand new wave of Pittsburgh rings born within the …

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Hail! Hornet

Hail! Hornet certainly are a North Carolina-based supergroup made up of vocalist T-Roy Medlin (of Sourvein), guitarist Vince Burke (Beaten Back again to Pure, Sourvein), bassist “Dixie” Dave Collins (Weedeater, Buzzov*en, Bongzilla), and drummer Erik Larson (Alabama Thunderpussy, the May Could, the Mighty Nimbus, etc.). Initial convened in 2006, the …

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Black Elk

Black Elk, the individual, was a legendary medicine man from the Oglala Lakota (Sioux) tribe who fought in both Battle of Small Big Horn of 1876 as well as the massacre in Wounded Leg in 1890 — but Dark Elk, the music group, perform an eclectic mixture of metallic, hardcore, …

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Brutal Truth

NEW YORK grindcore primitives Brutal Truth formed in 1990, originally comprising singer Kevin Clear, guitarist Brent “Gurn” McCarthy, bassist Dan Lilker, and drummer Scott Lewis. Putting your signature on towards the Earache label, the group released its debut record, Extreme Circumstances Demand Extreme Replies, in 1992; drummer Full Hoak changed …

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Akimbo

Following band’s inception in the late ’90s, Seattle hardcore unit Akimbo got to the street, relentlessly touring the united states over time and departing a path of destruction in its wake. The music group — made up of Jared Burke Eglington (acoustic guitar), Jon Weisnewski (bass/vocals), and Nat Damm (drums) …

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Abdullah

Following within the affects of Dark Sabbath and Sisters of Mercy, the Richfield, OH-based Abdullah met up in 1998 through drummer and vocalist Jeff Shirilla. Associated with guitarist Al Seibert, the duo induced their cross of goth metallic from their very own Trend of Achilles Information and released their debut …

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