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Transport League

Originally begun like a side project simply by B-Thong singer/guitarist Tony Jelencovich by using bassist Johan Reivén and drummer Lars Häglund, Transport League quickly became a full-time concern for all those involved once the band recorded 1995’s Stallion Showcase album. Sketching its audio from affects as varied as Kyuss, Fu …

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Sirenia

In some way, leading Norway’s Tristania to the very best from the goth metallic heap wasn’t plenty of for vocalist/guitarist Morten Veland, who unilaterally seceded from your union in the entire year 2000 to found out a brand-spanking-new though similar-sounding music group named Sirenia. Picking right up just about where …

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Operation: Mindcrime

Founded in 2014 by Queensrÿche vocalist Geoff Tate, Operation: Mindcrime focus on melodic, narrative-driven progressive steel. Acquiring their name from Queensrÿche’s landmark 1988 idea album from the same name, the music group formed as the consequence of Tate’s acrimonious divide from his previous group in 2012. After a tense two-year …

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Phase

Greek choice/progressive rock device Phase shaped in the town of Larissa in 2003 throughout the abilities of Thanos Grigoriou, Damos Harharidis, Vasilis Liapis, and Marios Papakostas. Having a sound which has attracted comparisons to rings like Anathema, Porcupine Tree, the Tea Party, and Alice in Stores, the quartet spent its …

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Amaranthe

Sweden’s Amaranthe is usually a metalcore music group known because of its mixture of melodic pop and loss of life metal. Created in 2008, Amaranthe features many vocalists, with Elize Ryd and Jake E managing a lot of the soaring, clean vocals and Andreas Solveström caring for the harsher, throatier …

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We Are the Fallen

Produced in 2008 by previous members of the favorite goth steel/pop outfit Evanescence, We Will be the Fallen (a name produced from Evanescence’s 2003 album, Fallen) used their predecessor’s penchant for melodrama and brooding theatricality having a newfound focus on the strap all together. Rocky Grey, John LeCompt, and Ben …

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Worm Ouroboros

Acquiring their name through the mythical self-devouring serpent symbolizing the cyclical nature from the universe, the Worm Ouroboros are made up of Lorraine Rath (ex-Amber Asylum as well as the Gault) on bass and vocals, Jessica Way (ex-World Eater) on guitar and vocals, and Justin Green (ex-World Eater, Population Reduction) …

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Haggard

Originally a death metal band, Haggard would have a different tack upon the discharge of their second demo tape, Progressive, in 1994. The greater intense stylings of 1992’s Launch were reserve so the music group could explore the greater symphonic areas of metal, so that as the sound grew, therefore …

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Angel

Angel is a pan-European supergroup of types featuring ex-Lake of Tears and Imperia siren Helena Iren Michaelsen, backed by henchmen Jan “Orkki” Yrlund (acoustic guitar and development, ex-Lacrimosa), John Stam (acoustic guitar), Gerry Verstreken (bass), Steve Wolz (drums), and Audun Gronnestad (orchestrations). Carrying out a one-off solitary known as “Don’t …

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Cinema Bizarre

Having a sound that mixes glam, goth, and new wave — in addition to the haircuts to complement — Germany’s Cinema Bizarre came around the scene in 2007 using the plaintive hit “Lovesongs (They Kill Me).” Bandmembers Kiro, Strify, and Yu originally fulfilled in 2005 in the anime convention Animagic, …

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