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Publicist UK

In the eye of clarity, Publicist UK are neither from the uk nor employed as publicists; rather, they certainly are a post-punk music group whose signature audio is certainly a darkly atmospheric mixture of indie rock and roll, goth, steel, and hardcore, forceful but powerful and artful without sounding pretentious. …

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Strange Wilds

Strange Wilds certainly are a music group from Olympia, Washington who are keeping the customs of Pacific Northwest rock and roll alive (very well, in least those through the ’80s and ’90s), cranking away nervy, furious rock and roll informed by grunge, punk, and sound rock. Unusual Wilds started producing …

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Wrong

A Miami-based quartet that filter systems the sludgy, bottom-heavy growth of ’90s grunge through a sieve lined with punishing post-hardcore and left-field experimental noise rock and roll, Wrong was founded in 2014 following the dissolution of community hardcore/punk clothing Capsule. Drawing motivation from rings like Unsane, Attractive, and Helmet, the …

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Call of the Wild

Decibel-loving, Brooklyn-based garage area punk trio Call from the Crazy lean hard for the spikier part from the genre, channeling the primal ferocity of Motörhead and Globe A.D.-period Misfits, capably fusing together the melodic cadence of punk as well as the relentless crush of thrash metallic. Shaped in 2011 by …

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MonstrO

Based away of Atlanta, Georgia, MonstrO shaped this year 2010 when, acquiring themselves using the itch to create music, ex-Bloodsimple members Bevan Davies and Kyle Sanders installed with previous Torche guitarist Juan Montoya and began jamming. The bandmembers discovered they had an all natural chemistry and nearly immediately began making …

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A Pale Horse Named Death

Produced in 2011 by multi-instrumentalist, Lifestyle of Agony drummer, and Type O Detrimental co-founder Sal Abruscato in Brooklyn, NY, A Pale Equine Named Death mixes the brooding goth steel of Danzig, Biohazard, and H.We.M. using the turgid, post-grunge hard rock and roll of Alice in Stores. Abruscato, along with guitarist, …

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Kvelertak

Norwegian “dark ‘n’ roll” sextet Kvelertak (“Chokehold”) was shaped in 2007 in Stavanger, Norway’s third city and residential to several well-known gothic metallic bands. Kvelertak’s audio could not have already been even more different, nevertheless. Fusing the uncooked punk ‘n’ move audio pioneered by famous brands Turbonegro using the severe, …

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Greymachine

While his function in Jesu in the 2000s brought Justin Broadrick a whole lot of respect and admiration from extreme music fans, in addition, it drew him from the greater abrasive, aggressive guitar sound connected with his name because of his function in industrial metallic forefathers Godflesh. To persuade himself …

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Like a Kind of Matador

Chiseled in the same slab of impossibly dense rock as the Melvins, Earth, Skullflower, Boris, Harvey Milk, and early King Crimson, English doom steel outfit Such as a Sort of Matador build sludge-kissed ambient landscapes of appear that bring with them echoes of prog rock and roll, art rock and …

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Helms Alee

Produced in 2007, Seattle, Washington’s Helms Alee meld jangly shoegaze with sludge to make a hybrid sound almost all their very own. Featuring the abilities of previous Harkonen bassist Ben Verellen on electric guitar aswell as bassist Dana Adam and drummer Hozoji Margullis, the music group’s loose, melodic sludge concurrently …

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