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Speedealer

Speedealer originally formed in 1994 in Lubbock, TX, beneath the name REO Speedealer. When REO Speedwagon offered the music group a cease-and-desist purchase on the moniker, they shortened their name to Speedealer. In 1998, the music group released their debut, self-titled recording on Royalty Information. The following 12 months, the …

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Grand Magus

A hard-hitting Swedish “doom blues” clothing, the seed products for Grand Magus were sewn when Janne (guitar/vocals), Fox (bass), and Iggy (drums) started playing collectively as Smack within their local Stockholm circa 1996. By 1999, fresh drummer Trisse experienced became a member of up and several well-received three-song demos confident …

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Zoroaster

Zoroaster was formed in the summertime of 2003 by Brent Anderson (bass & vocals), Can Fiore (acoustic guitar & vocals), and Pole Fiore (drums), 3 former colleagues within the defunct group Terminal Doom Explosion who also rediscovered their mutual passions in primal, cement sludge-doom if they began rehearsing and executing …

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The Sound of Animals Fighting

For the purposes of mystique (and, one assumes, legal factors because of the various individuals owning documenting contracts), the experimental sound rock and roll collective the Sound of Animals Fighting come in public only in cheap creepy cute children’s Halloween masks with cartoon animals in it. Furthermore, the associates of …

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Graveyard

A throwback rock-band much within the vein of Witchcraft or Priestess, Gothenburg, Sweden’s Graveyard formed in past due 2006. Original people Joakim Nilsson (acoustic guitar and vocals), Truls Mörck (acoustic guitar and vocals), Rikard Edlund (bass), and Axel Sjöberg (drums) had been moved from the legacy of giants such as …

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The Body

Experimental doom/sludge metallic duo your body shaped in Providence, Rhode Island in 1999, experiencing the city’s flourishing noise and experimental scene when formulating their grating, punishing cross of brutal metallic and challenging noise textures. Made up of Chip Ruler on guitars and howling vocals and Lee Buford on drums and …

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The Hitch

Hailing from the city of Eureka, California, self-described ‘lumberjack metallic’ music group The Hitch was created by Roshawn Beere (bass/vocals), Greg McKnight (guitar/vocals) Steve Bodner (drums) and Jeff Langdon (guitar) within the past due-90’s. Bearded like ZZ Best, heavy as Dark Sabbath, and dressed up in coveralls like Dark Oak …

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High on Fire

Guitarist/vocalist Matt Pike, bass participant George Grain, and drummer Des Kensel shaped High on Open fire in 1999, following a collapse of Pike’s earlier band, doom metallic titans Rest. But while Rest had constructed their popularity on impossibly slothful music and copious weed usage, On top of Fire’s first launch, …

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Witch Mountain

Based away from Portland, Oregon, Witch Mountain have already been providing apocalyptic, shuddering doom steel since their formation in 1997. In the first phase of the career, the music group — comprising guitarist and vocalist Rob Wrong, bassist Dave Hoopaugh, and drummer Nate Carson — produced a name for themselves …

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Hermano

Even more a one-off task than a true band, Hermano continues to be most noteworthy for featuring vocalist John Garcia of Kyuss popularity. Garcia, who was simply also documenting with Unida around once as Hermano by the end from the ’90s, provides group a lot of its personality, though it …

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