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Lenny Kravitz

Rock music within the 1980s had completely misplaced the gritty experience of previous eras, until Lenny Kravitz rediscovered the secret. Kravitz’s sonic template mixed good old-fashioned rock and roll & move with glam, spirit, and psychedelia, producing him an enormous achievement. He produced a splash right from the gate along …

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Esplendor Geométrico

Esplendor Geométrico certainly are a long-running Spanish industrial group founded in 1980 by Arturo Lanz, Gabriel Riaza, and Juan Carlos Sastre, all past people of synth pop pioneers Aviador Dro. Influenced by Italian futurism in addition to British industrial rings like Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire, Esplendor Geométrico quickly founded …

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Main

Upon the 1991 dissolution from the British trance-rock quartet Loop, bassist Neil McKay and John Wills formed the Hair and Skin Trading Company, leaving guitarists Robert Hampson and Scott Dawson to found the highly experimental Main, a task combining the aesthetics of ambient music with layered tapestries of droning guitar …

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Celtic Frost

Celtic Frost’s effect on the evolution of Western heavy metal can’t be overstated. Alongside power metallic kings Helloween (also to a lesser level, the occasionally cartoonish Mercyful Destiny), Frost’s long lasting impact on Europe’s rock landscape is probably much like Metallica’s standing in the us. Tagged by critics as “avant-garde” …

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Deadsy

Bringing the flair of prog rock and roll towards the crushing grind of ’90s steel and industrial, Deadsy released their first album in early 1997. Afterwards in the entire year, the music group guested in the Gary Numan tribute Random, adding Numan’s “Reproductions” towards the proceedings. Commencement was said to …

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Dead Voices on Air

Deceased Voices on Surroundings was the improvisational panambient task of Tag Spybey, a previous person in the pioneering commercial group Zoviet France. A mental healthcare therapist by time, Spybey began functioning as DVOA in 1992 within the wake of relocating from his indigenous Britain to Canada; using processed sounds produced …

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Unsane

NY City’s Unsane assisted in pioneering a far more intense, less studied edition of noise rock and roll, one that combined the scum/artwork commercial sturm und drang of Foetus, the Swans, Einsturzende Neubauten, and Sonic Youngsters using the decidedly more simple hardcore idiom well-liked by functions like Fed up with …

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Carnal Forge

Carnal Forge, while aligned with Sweden’s fertile death metallic scene, actually harks back again more to traditional thrash and speed metallic, particularly Slayer (along with the melodic sensibilities of countrymen In the Gates). Shaped in Sept 1997, the music group presented vocalist Jonas Kjellgren (ex-Dellamorte and Centinex), guitarists Jari Kuusisto …

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Falkenbach

Falkenbach may be the one-man dark metal task of multi-instrumentalist Vratyas Vakyas (formerly guitarist with Crimson Gates), who’s located in Düsseldorf, Germany, but reportedly comes from Iceland, and subscribes towards the genre’s more epic design, rife with keyboards, Viking designs, and folk music tendencies (a possible reason behind creating those …

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Lustmord

While his days are spent focusing on sound design for Hollywood scores by Graeme Revell, sound designer Brian Williams documents experimental ambience and dark space music as Lustmord. His recordings have already been embraced by way of a selection of ambient followers, which range from the ’70s traditionalists in the …

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