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Brian Welch

Brian “Head” Welch was created June 19, 1970, and was raised in Bakersfield, CA. He started playing electric guitar at age 11. He was a founding person in the alternative steel music group Korn, with which he produced the albums Korn (1994), Lifestyle Can be Peachy (1996), Follow the first …

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Das Ich

Using the Germanic vocals of Stefan Ackermann set to the electronic sounds of Bruno Kramm and Daniel Galda, Das Ich continues to attain out to an ever-growing audience using a diverse selection of atmospheric textures. Their record, Die Propheten, which offered a lot more than thirty thousand copies when 1st …

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Training for Utopia

Wanting to breakdown the stereotypes that Christian rock bands appear to be Stryper, Ryan Clark (vocals/guitar), Morley (drums), Steve (bass), and Don Clark (guitar) dusted off their Slayer reports and formed Schooling for Utopia. Acquiring yet another cue from famous brands Unsane, Karp, and Meshuggah, TFU’s first EP, The Falling …

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Merging the normally disparate worlds of punishing rock and Christian ideology, Phinehas certainly are a Christian steel band based away from La Mirada, California. After producing their full-length debut this year 2010 with Thegodmachine, Phinehas lay out on the highway using a touring ethic nearly as relentless as their extreme …

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Demon Hunter

Sgt. Serpent, Chuck Knuckles, Utah Biggs, Arm, and John Gredal comprise the large, aggressive metal noises of Seattle’s Demon Hunter. They installed with Aaron Sprinkle (MxPx, Dolour, Poor Aged Lu) because of their Solid Condition self-titled debut, which made an appearance in fall 2002. Their specific identities were afterwards uncovered …

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Extol first met up in early 1994 using the motives of beginning a death steel music group that showed more of a progressive aspect; instead of atypical ordinary band of burnout’s who concentrated more on the image. Increasing their affects of traditional music, jazz, goth and serves such as for …

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