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Crescent Shield

A modern rock music group steeped in basic steel aesthetics, Crescent Shield are located in LA, CA, where these were originally founded in 2000 like a part task by vocalist Michael Give (of Onward) and guitarist Dan DeLucie (of Destiny’s End). In credited period, though, both males made a decision …

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Jørn Lande

Much popular as both a studio room and live vocalist, Norwegian-born Jørn Lande is becoming perhaps one of the most prolific and sough-after journeymen singers of his generation. Obtaining his begin in the past due-80’s, with regional hard rock-band Hydra, Lande afterwards caused T.N.T. guitarist Ronni Le Treko in metallic …

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Hammers of Misfortune

Originally known with the name Unholy Cadaver, San Francisco’s Hammers of Misfortune play what may be referred to as Celtic power metal. Their design mixes together Slim Lizzy/Iron Maiden-style dual-guitar harmonies, operatic vocals, Celtic-tinged classical guitar interludes, and components of Scandinavian dark metal (musically, not really lyrically). The quartet is …

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Hero Destroyed

Pittsburgh, PA’s Hero Destroyed made a solid initial impression in 2008 using their independently released, eponymous mini-album, which, in intriguingly contradictory style, siphoned Mastodon’s thinking man’s contemporary metal eyesight through hardcore’s simplifying design template and mathematics metal’s stupefying algorithms. Produced three years previous, the group’s lineup during this first documenting …

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Ride the Sky

Trip the Sky is a Western heavy metal music group founded by well-traveled German drummer Uli Kusch (ex-Helloween, Sinner, Gamma Ray, Holy Moses, etc.) pursuing his leave from latest day work, Masterplan, in 2006. After conference Swedish music artists Bjorn Jansson (vocals) and Benny Jansson (acoustic guitar), and adding some …

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Zanister

Furthermore to his blues-rock-inflected Southern Gentlemen, shred-guitar legend David T. Chastain busied himself close to the turn from the millennium with Zanister, a music group which fit nicely in to the revival of melodic, prog rock-tinged power metallic (believe Judas Priest or Iron Maiden) getting favor in a few headbanging …

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Helloween

Alongside Switzerland’s Celtic Frost and Sweden’s Bathory, Germany’s Helloween were most likely the most influential rock music group to emerge from European countries through the 1980s. By firmly taking the hard-riffing and minor-key melodies passed down from metallic experts like Judas Priest and Iron Maiden, after that infusing them with …

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Heathen

Produced in the mid-’80s in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, Heathen gained a whole lot of attention through their cover version of Sweet’s “Place Me Free of charge.” The music group debuted with 1987’s Breaking the Silence on Fight, and remained well-liked by bands in the Bay Area for a long …

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Alestorm

Originally referred to as Battleheart, Alestorm, the purveyors from the fairly unexplored musical territory referred to as “pirate metal,” formed within their original (pre-nautical) phase in 2004. As Battleheart, the group was a duo shaped by Gavin Harper (electric guitar) and Christopher Bowes (vocals and keyboards), and documented its initial …

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Habeas Corpus

Hardcore punk music group from Spain Habeas Corpus was formed in the first ’90s, recording it is initial EP, called Sociedad Mecanizada, in 1995. A 12 months later on, the five-piece take action participated in Concierto Em virtude de La Represión at Madrid’s La Guindalera Sociable Middle, playing along with …

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