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Tag Archives: Speed/Thrash Metal

Profane Omen

Profane Omen is a Finnish metallic music group that produced its recording debut in 2006 in colaboration with the label Dethrone Music. Founded in 1999, the music group is made up of Jules Näveri (vocals), Williami Kurki (acoustic guitar), Antti Kokkonen (electric guitar), Tomppa Saarenketo (bass), and Samuli Mikkonen (drums). …

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Vektor

A punishing progressive thrash metallic device based out Philadelphia, the seed products for Vektor were sewn in Tempe, Az in 2002 by frontman/guitarist David DiSanto. In the beginning operating beneath the moniker Locrian, the music group officially morphed into Vektor in 2004, and quickly became among the leading lamps in …

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Paul Baloff

Vocalist Paul Baloff was among the 4 original person in Exodus, arguably the initial thrash steel music group to surface in the California music picture. He produced the music group with guitarist Kirk Hammett, bassist Geoff Andrews, and drummer Tom Hunting in 1981. Affected by the English rock that leaked …

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Kublai Khan

1980s metal music group Kublai Khan released a single well-received album over time of underground existence and opening areas for touring groupings, including Metal Cathedral. Shaped in Minnesota in 1984 by Greg Handevidt (who got just spent a short amount of time in Megadeth) and guitarist Kevin Idso, Kublai Khan …

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No Bragging Rights

So-Cal metalcore group Zero Bragging Legal rights was shaped in 1999 by vocalist Mike Perez in the soft age of 15. Between 2001 and 2004, he and his group began like a self-contained device, placing out two demos and an EP independently. The music group rotated members for some from …

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Dirge Within

Chicago rock band Dirge Within were released by guitarist Shaun Cup in 2008, pursuing his departure through the commercial nu steel band Dirt, having cut his teeth actually before that as an associate of ’90s death steel band Broken Wish. Originally started as an off-the-cuff songwriting workshop between Cup and …

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Killers

Not to end up being confused with Paul Di’Anno’s post-Iron Maiden task (that they actually predated by many years), French rock music group Killers were formed in the city of Bardos (close to Bayonne) circa 1984, and also have released over twelve albums throughout a 20-plus-year profession. Through everything, the …

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Enforcer

While the remaining metal globe was busy looking to reinvent the wheel, Sweden’s Enforcer made a decision to have a different approach. Instead of worrying about the near future, the music group embraced large metal’s past, and in 2004 the music group formed to create speed metal back again to …

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Cyclone

An obscure speed metal act from your Belgian city of Vilvoorde, Cyclone (originally referred to as Centurion) in the beginning parlayed the warm fan reception with their 1985 “In the Grip of Evil” demo right into a two-track appearance about Roadrunner’s Metal Race compilation, after that signed using the fledgling …

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Orden Ogan

A active German power metallic unit with components of folk and progressive metallic, Orden Ogan, which means “The Purchase of Fear” with a mash-up of German and Gaelic, was shaped in 1996 by drummer Sebastian Grütling and vocalist/guitarist Sebastian Levermann beneath the moniker Tanzende Aingewaide. The next 12 months the …

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