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Vardis

Though they enjoyed a reasonably long career by New Wave of British ROCK standards, Wakefield, England’s Vardis hardly ever really participate in the genre’s standard denim-and-leather credo. Rather, they employed a fairly unique design of fresh, energized boogie with root base in hard-edged ’70s glam and an extremely uncharacteristic love …

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Diamond Head

Gemstone Head’s history is obviously being among the most peculiar in every of rock. Probably one of the most impressive talents to occur from the New Influx of English ROCK, the band’s profession never satisfied its early guarantee, however their legacy still rates being among the most important from the …

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Lemmy

For many, rock was personified by way of a single person — unforgettable Motörhead bassist/shouter Lemmy. Blessed Ian Fraiser Kilmister on Dec 24, 1945, in Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, Britain, not much is well known about Kilmister’s early years, that he was the kid of the vicar. Using the Uk Invasion of …

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Bible of the Devil

A Chicago mainstay because the end of 1999, Bible from the Devil played hard and traveled the united states looking to get their music heard, frequently enamoring fans making use of their hardcore D.We.Y. visual. Their music also changed from a common punk metal to some barn burning mix of …

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Celtic Frost

Celtic Frost’s effect on the evolution of Western heavy metal can’t be overstated. Alongside power metallic kings Helloween (also to a lesser level, the occasionally cartoonish Mercyful Destiny), Frost’s long lasting impact on Europe’s rock landscape is probably much like Metallica’s standing in the us. Tagged by critics as “avant-garde” …

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Flamethrower

Like labelmates Zeke and Camarosmith, Flamethrower recreate hard rock and roll — famous brands from AC/DC to Monster Magnet — using a vengeance. Acquiring the demonic hostility of Motorhead and fusing it using the filthy, garage area punk riffs from the Supersuckers (plus some from the dark vibes of Dark …

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“Fast” Eddie Clarke

The blistering guitarist for Motörhead between 1976 and 1982, Fast Eddie Clarke appeared and helped write a large number of the band’s classics: “Ace of Spades,” “Iron Fist,” “Bomber,” “Rock Deceased Forever,” and “Overkill.” Previously in the rings Blue Goose and Constant Performance, Clarke became a member of Motörhead because …

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Larry Wallis

The guiding fire behind the latter-day Pink Fairies, a founding person in Motörhead, and a residence producer during Stiff Records’ first flash of maverick brilliance, Larry Wallis is among the legends from the British rock underground, an astonishing guitarist, and author, too, of 1 of the classic singles from the …

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Coliseum

Louisville, Kentucky-based punk music group Coliseum was shaped in 2003 by singer/guitarist Ryan Patterson. Called after a famous Sunn amplifier, Coliseum combined early punk and socially conscious hardcore, documenting their debut recording mere weeks after forming. After its launch in the summertime of 2004, they quickly founded a tireless function …

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Avenger

Newcastle, England’s Avenger was formed in past due 1982 by vocalist Brian Ross and bassist Mick Moore following a collapse of the former group, Blitzkrieg (yes, that music group, whose eponymous music was later on famously included in Metallica). Lately relocated to Newcastle using their unique home foundation in the …

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