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Blood Red Throne

Blood Crimson Throne were only available in 2000, when bassist Tchort made a decision to start a task by himself after playing in a few of the very most popular Norwegian loss of life metal bands from the ’90s (including Emperor and In the Woods…). The task was even more …

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Sinai Beach

Hailing from southern California’s fertile metalcore picture from the 2000s, Sinai Beach’s preliminary entry in to the crushing fray was their record When Breath Escapes, issued in March 2003 via Facedown. The people — vocalist CJ Alderson, drummer Mike Dunlap, guitarists Logan Lambert and Mike Risinger, and bassist Jeff Santo …

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Blind Lemon Jefferson

Nation blues guitarist and vocalist Blind Lemon Jefferson is indisputably one of many figures in nation blues. He was of the best in many relation, being among the founders of Tx blues (alongside Tx Alexander), one of the most important country bluesmen ever, one of the most well-known bluesmen from …

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Atticus Ross

English composer/producer/programmer Atticus Ross spent some time working steadily because the middle-’90s, collaborating with Tim Simenon’s Bomb the Bass and Barry Adamson like a programmer, and performing along with his personal music group with wife Claudia Sarne, 12 Rounds. The duo’s 1st recording, 1996’s Jitterjuice, premiered by Polydor within the …

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Solefald

The Norwegian duo Solefald plays what its members have referred to as “radical designer rock & roll” and, more abstractly, “red music with black edges.” A far more precise, specialized term for his or her music may be post-black metallic, as they used their preliminary foundation for the reason that …

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Susperia

Norwegian death metallic/black metallic band Susperia, formerly referred to as Seven Sins, was shaped by ex-Oldman’s Child and Dimmu Borgir drummer Tjodalu and guitarist Cyrus, later on joined up with by singer Athera, bassist Memnock, and guitarist Elvorn. The music group produced their live debut in the Wacken Open up …

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The Mars Volta

Picking right up the parts from In the Drive-In, Cedric Bixler-Zavala and Omar Rodriguez-Lopez shaped the Mars Volta and lost short amount of time branching out into components of hardcore, psychedelic rock and roll, and free of charge jazz that extended for the boundaries of the previous function. Although their …

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The Birthday Massacre

Brand-new wave revival outfit the Birthday Massacre shaped in London, Ontario, in 2000 — originally dubbed Imagica, the founding lineup was made up of frontwoman Chibi, guitarists Rainbow and M. Falcore, bassist Aslan, keyboardist Dank, and percussionist O.E. After documenting a seven-song demonstration session, Dank still left Imagica and the …

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Bloodbath

It is not uncommon for metallic bands over time to give up or shift designs, starting out while death or dark metallic clothes and transforming — for several reasons, including advancement of skill, music maturity, a have to explore new place, new users, different creation, etc. — into something quite …

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The Black Dahlia Murder

Detroit’s the Dark Dahlia Murder, called for the infamous 1947 slaying of 22-year-old Elizabeth Brief, aka the Dark Dahlia, actually appears like they should reside in Scandinavia, whence originates a lot of the frenetic make of loss of life and black steel that inspires them. Produced in January 2001, the …

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