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50 Tons of Black Terror

London-based gothic noise quartet 50 A great deal of Dark Terror was shaped by frontman Charlie Finke, guitarist John Free of charge, bassist Graham Flynn and drummer Tim Cedar. Originally dubbed Penthouse, the group debuted in past due 1995 using the solitary “Ript’N’Happy,” adopted in the springtime by “Gas Porter …

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Firewater

New York-based music group Firewater incorporated a worldwide range of music influences to their highly active sound. A loosely knit ensemble focused around the business lead vocals of ex-Cop Take Cop bass participant Tod A. (given birth to: Tod Ashley), Firewater linked together such affects as Klezmer, Indian wedding ceremony …

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Belly Button

This French duo prearranged bass player Fred (formerly on guitars and vocals for Daily Planets) and Franck (ex-Mush member) on drums. Both guys met in a school and begun to jam being unsure of if there will be a guitarist or not really in the music group. They continued to …

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Coalesce

Coalesce’s music provides consistently pushed the limitations from the hardcore and metallic styles, forging a mind-boggling obsession with strange, shifting tempos with power, sound, groove, along with a creativeness paralleled only from the band’s peers in Dillinger Get away Strategy and Botch. The roots of Coalesce could be traced back …

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The Fatal Flying Guilloteens

Grafting the blues onto frantic and ultra-crude punk rock and roll, The Fatal Flyin’ Guilloteens originally met up in January of 1996 for the intention of checking a Junior Varsity display in Kingwood, Texas. Slated being a one present act, the music group didn’t consider themselves seriously because they decked …

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Dwarves

Lacking G.G. Allin, it might be hard to mention a punk rock-band that went additional to establish a poor reputation compared to the Dwarves. Playing intentionally crude, high-speed punk rock and roll dripping with poor attitude, the Dwarves — led by vocalist Blag Dahlia and guitarist He Who CAN’T BE …

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Cop Shoot Cop

You start with their intentionally confrontational (and controversial) name, NY City’s Cop Capture Cop are descended in the darker impulses from the early-’80s zero wave movement that created noisy, disagreeable, anti-social, but often very interesting bands such as for example Mars, DNA, and Teenage Jesus & the Jerks. Much like …

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Clockcleaner

Banned from many concert venues at the start of their job because of manic performances, Philadelphia natives Clockcleaner demonstrated pride within their reputation and strike the scene hard, hell-bent on resuscitating punk rock’s original spirit of trashy experience. Sharing even more musically with sound rock and roll and goth, spattered …

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The Cutthroats 9

After Unsane split up in 2000, former frontman Chris Spencer wasted small title forming the Cutthroats 9 — a ferocious and blistering noise rock and roll/alternative metal outfit that’s named following a extremely violent spaghetti American movie of 1972. Unsane was, from 1989-2000, New York’s premiere sound rock-band; the threesome …

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Smoke & Smoke

Smoke & Smoke cigarettes is made up of former Godheadsilo bassist Mike Kunka and drummer Dan Haugh, alongside former Murder Town Devils vocalist Spencer Moody. French Kiss Information released Smoke cigarettes & Smoke’s blistering debut, Like Suffers Very long, in Oct of 2004.

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