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Stinking Lizaveta

Stinking Lizaveta’s instrumental post-rock attracts just as much on Sabbath since it will on Sonic Youth or Slint. By merging a stoner/doom steel advantage with jazz, the accuracy and repetition of mathematics rock, as well as the blasting assault of early Dark Flag, Stinking Lizaveta — their name comes from …

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Mystic Force

Baltimore, MD’s Mystic Pressure were formed in 1983, when American rock was taking its first strides toward dominating the ensuing 10 years, but although they shared lots of the same music characteristics and ambitions mainly because future celebrities like Queensrÿche and Fates Caution (just adding a bit more intricacy and …

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Akercocke

Infusing death steel with some electronic details, the London-based quintet Akercocke was created in early 1997 by guitarist Jason Mendonca and drummer David Grey, friends since their teens and bandmates within the strap Salem Orchid. When that take action break up in 1992, the set went their individual methods, reuniting …

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Brave

Hailing from Dale City, VA (a suburb of Washington, D.C.), Daring are a intensifying rock and roll/metal music group founded in 1996 by brother-sister duo Michelle (vocals, keyboards) and Scott Loose (electric guitar, keyboards), alongside youth friend and drummer Trevor Schrotz. Originally utilizing the name Arise from Thorns, this trio …

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Slough Feg

After a decade and four albums released beneath the mouthful of the name which was the Lord Strange Slough Feg, San Francisco’s cutting-edge revisionist rock band led by vocalist/guitarist Mike Scalzi shortened their moniker to merely Slough Feg prior to the release of the fifth studio album, Atavism, in 2005. …

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As Hope Dies

Forming within their past due teens, this group from Orange County, California started rehearsing and executing at various venues. With most of its people having performed for five to a decade, As Wish Dies was quick to get the eye of music critics and brands. Similar however you like to …

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Adamanter

Italian power metallic band Adamanter was shaped in 1997 by guitarist Amadeo De Angelis and drummer Massimiliano Mosca, who later on drafted singer Mario Mosca, guitarist Massimiliano Cammarota, bassist Fabio Russo, and keyboardist Umberto Micillo on the method to recording 2001’s “Age of Decadence” demo. De Angelis departed immediately after …

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Agalloch

The origins of Agalloch day back again to 1995 as well as the disintegration from the band Aeolachrymae. As that group passed away, three phoenixes surfaced from your ashes, Sussurrus Inanis, Nothing at all, and Agalloch. Mixing dark metallic with atmospheric textures, gothic doom, and neo-folk and post-rock details, the …

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Heart of Sun

The consequence of a gathering between Gianluca Ferro and Tag Vikar, Heart of Sunlight which was a progressive, psychedelic steel band that completed its lineup by adding Davide Betelli, Sigfrido Percich, and vocalist Pino Tozzi. The music group signed soon after its you start with Swiss label Galileo Information (and …

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Zero Hour

Progressive metallic outfit No Hour was shaped in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay area in 1993 by brothers Troy (bass) and Jasun Tipton (guitar), alongside longtime friend Mike Man (drums). The visit a vocalist appeared to be over when Frank Mendez (previously of Rogue’s Gallery) became a member of …

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