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Yakuza

The Chicago hardcore/metal quartet Yakuza formed in July 1999, comprising vocalist/saxophonist Bruce Lamont, guitarist Eric Plonka, bassist Eric Clark, and drummer Wayne Staffel. They released their 1st album, Total Nothing at all, in 2000 on the tiny independent label Item del Diablo, ultimately winning the eye of Century Press, with …

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Hollenthon

The innovative, genre-bending metal act Hollenthon is basically the task of Pungent Stench frontman Martin Schirenc, who plays guitar, bass, and keyboards, and in addition handles vocal and production duties for the music group. Their music mixes components of dark and death metallic as well as synthesized string areas and …

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Xinlisupreme

With blizzards of guitar noise, urgent beats, and looped electronic devices, Oita, Japan’s Xinlisupreme (pronounced zinly supreme) recast My Bloody Valentine, Suicide, and Aphex Twin within a strange genre-assaulting sound that’s sometimes gentle, sometimes violent, but always unique. The music group, comprised of Yasumi Okano and Takayuki Shouji, who trade …

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Darkthrone

Of all main second wave black metallic rings to emerge from Norway’s fertile mating grounds through the early 1990s, only a few — Mayhem, Emperor, Enslaved, Ulver — have achieved exactly the same exalted position and world-wide acknowledgement because the legendary Darkthrone; and probably none continues to be as constant …

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Windir

Hailing from Norway’s Sogndal region, Windir (indicating “Primal Warrior”) mixed the vicious fury of black color metallic with Scandinavia’s rich folk music, background, and mythology. Masterminded in 1994 by vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Terje “Valfar” Bakken, Windir released several demos before debuting with 1997’s Sóknardalr, which Steingrim performed drums and Steinarson …

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Hemdale

Developing in Ohio within the mid-’90s, Hemdale was among the most powerful forces within the grindcore scene upon their arrival. Their demonstration became a popular item among tape investors, and they created a group of fans through a reliable discharge of singles and large touring. However the music group never …

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Combichrist

Probably one of the most popular works within the electro-industrial related “aggrotech” motion, Combichrist is Norwegian Icon of Coil creator Andy LaPlegua when within the studio room, augmented by way of a revolving solid of musicians for his or her intense concert events. LaPlegua released the Atlanta, Georgia-based task in …

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Witchery

Sweden’s Witchery was created in 1997 after Satanic Slaughter creator Ztephan Dark made a decision to fireplace his band, which in turn contains guitarists Patrik Jensen (of Seance as well as the Haunted) and Richard Corpse, vocalist Toxine, and drummer Mique. The four of these recruited bassist Sharlee D’ Angelo …

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Hour of Penance

A self-described “brutal” loss of life metal music group from Rome, Italy, Hour of Penance formed in 1999. Affected at first with a combination of dark and loss of life metallic, Hour of Penance would quickly move from those designs, and — affected by Cannibal Corpse — decide on a …

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Havoc

Among the less-heralded architects of ’90s hardcore rap, Queens indigenous producer-MC Havoc (given birth to Kejuan Muchita) hardly ever received exactly the same degree of credit accorded to Wu-Tang Clan’s RZA, but his productions on his albums with Prodigy as Mobb Deep — specifically 1995’s common The Infamous — were …

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