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Blood Ceremony

Acquiring their name from a 1972 Spanish horror flick called Ceremonia Sangrenta, Toronto, Canada’s Blood vessels Ceremony targeted traffic in authentic ’70s doom and heavy prog loaded with occult themes and occasional folk and psych rock and roll flourishes, none from it betraying the trick of experiencing been documented over …

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The King Blues

Influenced from the Specials, Public Enemy, as well as the Clash, London collective the Ruler Blues combine folk-punk, Two-Tone, and dub reggae with overtly political lyrical themes — developing a appear they explain as “conscious rude boy ska.” The music group originally formed like a duo in 2004 before vocalist/ukulele …

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United Nations

Scoring a cope with a label is definitely, generally, what every strap desires for. A little bit of protection, financial incentive for a difficult fought creative effort, or simply just a little of fame plus some notoriety — whatever the reason why — an archive agreement can (occasionally) imply the …

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Iscariot

Hailing from Valparaiso, IN, where they produced in 2004, Iscariot works relentless metalcore infused with death steel brutality, and it is made up of vocalist Derrick Harding, guitarists Adam Higgins and Justin Taylor, bassist Ian McConnell, and drummer Alex Quiles. With sonic evaluations including Unearth, the Crimson Chord, and Lamb …

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One Day as a Lion

Organic, political, visceral, and genre-bending, 1 DAY being a Lion is a cooperation between Trend Against the device vocalist Zack de la Rocha and ex-Mars Volta drummer Jon Theodore. Mixing elements of rock and roll, steel, rap, and punk, the duo released its eponymous debut EP over the Anti label …

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Ancestors

L.A.’s suitably called Ancestors are conversant with all types of “basic” hard rock and roll and rock influences, which range from the primordial doom of Dark Sabbath, towards the futuristic space rock and roll of Hawkwind, as well as the progressive mentality of Ruler Crimson — which are after that …

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Ponytail

A four-piece multi-style rock and roll act that drew evaluations to Deerhoof and Ecstatic Sunlight, Ponytail released their first slab of infectious sugar-fueled two-guitar trad punk (Kamehameha on Creative Capitalism) in January of 2007. The Baltimore, MD, quartet highlighted drummer Jeremy Hyman, guitarist Ken Seeno, and various other guitarist (and …

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Endless Boogie

Shaped in the heart of Brooklyn, N.Con.C., Endless Boogie are an American rock and roll ensemble, known for traversing the varieties of psychedelic rock and roll, stoner rock and roll, and blues rock and roll. Composed of Paul Main (vocals, acoustic guitar), Jesper Eklow (acoustic guitar), Marc Razo (bass acoustic …

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Girl in a Coma

Naming themselves in homage from the Smiths’ tune “Girlfriend within a Coma,” Girl within a Coma were only available in San Antonio, TX, with bassist Jenn Alva and drummer Phanie Diaz, two close friends who bonded because of a shared fascination with Nirvana as well as the Smiths. The duo …

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The T4 Project

The historical view is that punk rock was invented to save lots of the spirit of rock & roll in the bloated more than the mid-’70s, the worst which was embodied for the reason that symbol from the prog rock era, the idea album. The T4 Task debuted 30 years …

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