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Anew Revolution

Hard rockers Anew Trend are located in Austin, TX and were founded by previous Ünloco vocalist/guitarist Joey Duenas as well as ex-Slaves about Dope people Frank “Frankie” Salvaggio (bass/backing vocals) and Rob Urbani (drums). The trio proceeded to hone its chops on a set of individually released EPs — 2005’s …

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Flashpoint

L.A.’s Flashpoint includes vocalist/songwriter Ollie Luttgenau, guitarists Dave Corsile and Tony De Matteo, bassist Chad Peterson, and drummer Kyle Stevenson. Their hard-hitting mixture of metallic, punk, and hardcore captured the interest of Ozzy Osbourne, who asked the group to become listed on his Ozzfest tour in 1999. This wide publicity …

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Sick Puppies

The genesis of Australian-bred, California-based hard rock outfit Sick Puppies goes back to a 1997 meeting between founding members Shimon Moore (vocals/guitar) and Emma Anzai (bass/vocals) inside a suburban Sydney band room. Within a decade, the two senior high school close friends who bonded more than a shared like for …

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Strife

California offers birthed countless hardcore rings — it looks like every couple of years, there’s a music group that leads a fresh charge. And through the early to middle ‘90s, that music group was Strife. Made up of people Rick Rodney (vocals), Andrew Kline (acoustic guitar), Chad Peterson (bass), and …

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Grip Inc.

Ex-Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo place Grip Inc. collectively in the mid-’90s after departing among metal’s most effective acts to be able to better manage his personal existence and increase his creative options. Lombardo was idolized by enthusiasts and music artists in awe of the energy, rate, and control he exhibited …

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Thumb

With their origins firmly put into hardcore punk, the German-based quintet of Thumb met up in 1993. Originally comprising Claus Grabke (vocals), Jan Hendrik Meyer (bass), Axel Hilgenstoehler (acoustic guitar), and Steffen Wilmking (drums), Jens Goessling (turntables) was ultimately put into the lineup for his contribution of sampling methods, instead …

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Five.Bolt.Main

Louisville’s Five.Bolt.Primary grew from the very difficult rock clothing Flaw, which released two albums for Common in the first 2000s. The label slipped Flaw after 2004’s Endangered Types, and lead vocalist Chris Volz considered drummer Ivan Arnold and bassist Ben Patrick using the purpose of starting a fresh task. They …

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Poundhound

Furthermore to his duties as bassist/singer for King’s X, Doug Pinnick is an associate of two aspect tasks, Supershine and Poundhound. The last mentioned is actually a Pinnick solo music group (he handles all of the vocal, electric guitar, bass, and creation responsibilities, while Jerry Gaskill of King’s X assists …

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Powerman 5000

Helmed by vocalist Spider (aka Michael Cummings, also understand as Spider One or MC Spider, younger brother of Rob Zombie), the Boston-based underground electro-metal group Powerman 5000 gained a favorite cult pursuing along the East Coastline with the discharge of their 1994 indie debut EP, True Drive, and 1995’s LP …

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Hinder

Hinder began crafting cocky, raucous post-grunge in the first 2000s, when Oklahoma Town citizens Joe Garvey and drummer Cody Hanson found out Austin Winkler performing cover tunes at a university party. The three created the nucleus of Hinder, as well as the group began landing regional gigs starting for such …

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