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Good Tiger

Having a blistering mixture of tech-metal, prog, and hardcore, Good Tiger includes a seasoned team of modern steel machinists, including ex-Tesseract vocalist Elliot Coleman, ex-the Safety Flames guitarists Derya Nagle and Joaquin Ardiles, ex-the Faceless drummer Alex Rüdinger, and Architects bassist Morgan Sinclair. Founded in 2015, the music group went …

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It Lives, It Breathes

Providence, Rhode Isle rock act It all Lives, It all Breathes formed following the break up of post-hardcore music group A Faylene Sky. The group mixed disparate musical styles like electronica, hard rock and roll, and metal right into a style-blurring collision. Resurrecting themselves having a defiant fresh band name, …

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Statik Kxng

Rap duo Statik Kxng mixed East Coastline production with Western Coastline rap stylings to make a concentrated collaborative effort on the eponymous 2016 debut. Like contemporaries PRhyme (Royce da 5’9″ and DJ Leading) and Operate the Jewels (Killer Mike and El-P), the set cut back the traditional “Golden Period” MC/DJ …

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Doomsday Ceremony

Brazil’s Doomsday Wedding ceremony formed in 2000 in the town of Curitiba with the purpose of melding dark metal’s brutality using the melodicism of common ’80s steel. Led by brothers Moloch (vocals) and Ciriato (electric guitar), the music group released a self-titled demonstration in 2001 and spent another many years …

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She Must Burn

London, England’s She Have to Burn off deliver a lethal stream of deathcore, symphonic, gothic, and dark metal that invokes brands like Cradle of Filth, Blood loss Through, MAKE SURE THEY ARE Suffer, and Lorna Shoreline. Founded in 2014 across the abilities of vocalist Joe Sinclair, vocalist/keyboardist Aimy Miller, guitarists …

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Nef the Pharaoh

A Bay Region rapper who hit using a melody about the Dirty South, Nef the Pharaoh (Tonee Hayes) went from Internet freestyler to big timer in 2015 using a monitor honoring Birdman and Mannie Fresh. The Vallejo, California rapper released his profession uploading his remixes to the net and launching …

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Adept

A hard-hitting Swedish metalcore music group in the vein of In the Gates, Meshuggah, and Shai Hulud, Adept was founded in 2004 in the municipality of Trosa. Featuring the skills of Robert Ljung (vocals), Filip Brandelius (bass), Gabriel Hellmark (drums), and guitarists Jerry Repo and Gustav Lithammer, the music group …

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Elf Kid

U.K. grime rapper Elf Child emerged up in the southeast London borough of Lewisham, representing the Pepys Property housing project. An associate from the grime staff the Square, Elf Child shipped his cheeky, flirtatious, and boast-filled rhymes with dizzying quickness. The Square released a small number of EPs before falling …

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DJ Luke Nasty

DJ and rapper Luke Nasty was created Leterrance Davis in Large Point, NEW YORK. While still a saxophonist in senior high school, he became a member of the 336 Boyz, a four-man team affected by Atlanta snap music like Dem Franchize Boyz and D4L. The group released two albums — …

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Almanac

Produced in 2015 by Belarus-born guitar virtuoso Victor Smolski, Almanac views the ex-Rage guitarist carrying on to force the boundaries of both rock and classical music. Very similar in range to Smolski’s Trend side task Lingua Mortis Orchestra, Almanac features music written for music group and orchestra with multiple business …

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