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Hell Promise

Hell Promise pieces the doomy power metallic of Pantera and their fans right down to an old-fashioned power trio file format. With only 1 guitarist, Hell Promise’s appear does not have the unison riffing endemic to very much contemporary metallic, for a appear that harkens back again to the traditional …

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Iron Age

Inspired by ’90s rate steel — especially by Bay Region steel/punk crossover rings Cro-Mags and Corrosion of Conformity — Iron Age group formed within their house city of Austin, TX, in 2005. Expecting to help expand blur the series between hardcore and thrash, after going through several adjustments they eventually …

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Farben Lehre

Produced in 1986 within the central Polish city of Plock, Farben Lehre uses a blistering mixture of punk rock and roll, reggae, and alternative rock and roll. Since launching their debut record, Bez Pokory, in 1991, the group provides endured numerous workers changes, with the main one continuous getting co-founder …

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Gonzoe

A former person in Glaciers Cube protegés Kausion, rapper Gonzoe produced his solo debut in 1998 with EASILY Live and Nothing at all Happens.

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Vinnie Caruana

Vinnie Caruana was an American singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, most prominently known for fronting pop-punk music group the Movielife, and post-hardcore ensemble We Am the Avalanche. Hailing from Long Isle, NY, he started his songwriting profession in 1997 when he became a member of the Movielife as frontman. His sure-fire rise …

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DJ Kayslay

Referred to as the Play Ruler (aka Slap YOUR PREFERRED DJ), DJ Kayslay rose to the very best of his field by refereeing a few of the most talked-about MC fights of the first 2000s, especially Jay-Z versus Nas and 50 Cent versus Ja Guideline, in his Streetsweeper mixtape series …

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Happy Mondays

Combined with the Rock Roses, Content Mondays were the leaders from the later-’80s/early-’90s dance club-influenced Manchester scene, experiencing a short moment in the spotlight before collapsing in 1992. As the Rock Roses were located in ’60s pop, adding just hook hint of dance music, Happy Mondays immersed themselves within the …

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The Concubine

Tabernacle, New Jersey’s the Concubine are recognized for death metal while brutal since it is usually intricate, relying much less on industrial gimmicks and melodic choruses than the majority of their Backyard State peers. Created in 2003, the group offers toured thoroughly with rings like Evergreen Terrace, Pyosipus, among others, …

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10 City Run

San Antonio, TX-based nation band 10 Town Work earned a major-label agreement with Common South if they received the 2005 Dr. Pepper Tx Country Celebrity competition. With Hans Frank, the only real constant bandmember, on vocals, banjos, and keyboards, 10 Town Operate released their debut recording, Somethin’ Else, that was …

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Ultralord

After investing in time with countless other bands, Andy Strickland (guitar/vocals), Scott Stearns (guitar), Mike Faucher (bass), and Corey Bing (drums) came collectively as Ohio’s Ultralord in 2005, shamelessly combining their love of steel, punk, blues, doom, grind, thrash, and black steel in to the same year’s Take action 1 …

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