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Marillion

Marillion emerged from your brief progressive rock and roll revival of the first ’80s to be an international saving and touring trend who’ve sold a lot more than 15 million albums and sponsor fan night clubs in ten countries. The music group helped pioneer the introduction of fan-funded music and …

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Mark Guiliana

Tag Guiliana is a drummer, trombonist, electronicist, composer, as well as the creator of Defeat Music. He was created in Florham Recreation area, NJ in 1980. From child years on, he previously been thinking about music of most types, but he didn’t in fact start formal drum research until the …

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Pilotdrift

Often in comparison to Radiohead because of its epic, orchestrated rock, Pilotdrift is multi-instrumentalists Kelly Carr (primary songwriter and vocalist), Jay Budzilowski, Ben Rice, Eric Russell, and John David Blagg. After developing in Texarcana, TX, the music group self-released Iter Facere in 2004, which captured the interest of Tim DeLaughter …

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Age of Silence

An avant-garde steel supergroup from Norway, Age of Silence gathers the abilities of Borknagar keyboardist Lars A. Nedland (right here performing as vocalist and contacting himself Lazare), By Pale Light guitarists Joacim Solheim (right here known as Extant) and Helge K. Haugen (right here Kobbergaard), Khold bassist Lars Eric Si …

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Zwan

Following dissolution from the Smashing Pumpkins in December 2000 and a short stint moonlighting with New Purchase, Billy Corgan quietly come up with his first official post-Pumpkins task in late 2001, a quartet referred to as Zwan. And in addition, Corgan opted to enlist on drums his longtime musical foil …

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Magenta

Magenta began in Cardiff, South Wales, in 2001 when multi-instrumentalist, maker, and engineer Rob Reed began dealing with vocalist Christina Booth on the studio-only task revolving around lyrics compiled by his trouble Steve Reed. The outcome, the recording Revolutions, premiered on F2 Music that same 12 months to crucial acclaim, …

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Dream Theater

The technically proficient guitar playing of John Petrucci elevated Wish Theater towards the upper echelons of contemporary rock. While its lineup provides continuously advanced, the Longer Island-based quintet provides consistently shipped sharp-edged music. Wish Theater is well known because of its high-energy concert shows. While they’ve released many live albums …

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Firewind

Just one more power steel ensemble showcasing the broadly acknowledged and generally in-demand abilities of Greek electric guitar hero Gus G. (whose true name is normally Kostas Karamitroudis, and whose various other credits include Wish Bad and Mystic Prophecy, among countless visitor areas), Firewind blurs the lines between critical band …

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Echolyn

Echolyn’s style continues to be termed updated intensifying rock, because of the band’s classically qualified, highly professional users — vocalist Ray Weston, guitarist/vocalist Brett Kull, keyboard participant Chris Buzby, bassist Tom Hyatt and drummer Paul Ramsey. After honing their instrumental prowess and close tranquility vocals on three impartial produces, Echolyn …

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Dismal Euphony

The Norwegian loss of life metal band Dismal Euphony was led by Ole K. Helgesen and Kristoffer Austrheim, longtime close friends who created their first music group, the Headless Kids, in 1992 in the shared age group of 13. Using the improvements of vocalist Erik Borgen and guitarist Kenneth Bergsagel, …

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