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Brian Welch

Brian “Head” Welch was created June 19, 1970, and was raised in Bakersfield, CA. He started playing electric guitar at age 11. He was a founding person in the alternative steel music group Korn, with which he produced the albums Korn (1994), Lifestyle Can be Peachy (1996), Follow the first …

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Enter Shikari

Post-hardcore clothing Enter Shikari shaped in Hertfordshire, Britain in 2003. Founded in the remnants of the group Hybryd, the initial lineup comprised vocalist Rou Reynolds, guitarist Liam “Rory” Clewlow, bassist Chris Batten, and drummer Rob Rolfe. In June 2003 Enter Shikari released the demonstration EP Nodding Acquaintance, that they marketed …

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Family Force 5

Family Power 5, who once passed the name the Phamily, came jointly outdoors Atlanta, Georgia in 2004. The Olds brothers (Soloman or “Spirit Shine Activatur” and twins Jacob and Joshua, “Crouton” and “Fatty,” respectively) plus close friends Nathan Currin (“Nadaddy”) and Derek Support (“Chap Stique”) constitute the music group (first …

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For Today

A Christian metalcore group from Sioux Town, Iowa, For Today released their first album, Ekklesia, in 2008. Agreed upon to Facedown Information, For Today — produced in 2005 and composed of Mattie Montgomery (vocals), Ryan Leitru (electric guitar), Mike Reynolds (electric guitar), Brandon Leitru (bass), and David Morrison (drums) — …

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Thomas D

Among the members from the trailblazing German rap group Pass away Fantastischen Vier, Thomas D is a German rapper who’s also periodically dynamic as a single artist. Delivered Thomas Dürr on Dec 30, 1968, in Ditzingen, Baden-Württemberg, not really far beyond Stuttgart, he was a co-founding person in Die Fantastischen …

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Thousand Foot Krutch

Peterborough, Canada very difficult rock and roll trio Thousand Feet Krutch made their debut in 1995 when Trevor McNevan, Joel Bruyere, and Steve Augustine started putting a compliment & worship spin for the nu-metal sound of that time period. After creating a hype around Ontario with several shows and a …

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Escape the Fate

Produced in 2004, NEVADA post-hardcore group Get away the Fate prided itself, most of all, on a lively and visceral live display. Following demise of their prior band, vocalist Ronnie Radke and bassist Maximum Green recruited keyboardist Carson Allen, guitarist Omar Espinoza, and drummer Robert Ortiz. Debuting live hardly a …

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Overseer

U.K.-structured DJ Overseer produced a name for himself with concoctions that wedded the pomposity of rock riffing towards the bombastic bottom level end of big master. He first surfaced on wax using the unbiased EPs Zeptastic (1996) and Strike the Tarmac (1998); Columbia Information took see and agreed upon him …

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(hed) p.e.

Huntington Seaside, California’s (hed) p.e. (the “pe” means “THE WORLD”) had been founded in 1994 by frontman Jahred (aka M.C.U.D. aka Jared Gomes), whose objective was to fuse the region’s long-standing punk rock and roll traditions with G-funk-inflected hip-hop — a audio he tagged “G-punk.” 3 years and a self-financed …

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Negative

A Finnish glam rock-band that 1st saw the light of day time in the past due ’90s, Unfavorable were influenced by such rock and roll giants as Weapons N’ Roses, Mötley Crüe, and Hanoi Stones. Singing in British, the group began life like a trio in 1997, ultimately playing its …

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