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Oblomov

Oblomov comes from the Czech Republic, where Honza Vanek (vocals, guitars, drums), Pavel Dlabaja (guitars, vocals), and Martin Hora (bass, keyboards, development, saxophone, etc.) started formulating their astronomical dark metal in the entire year 2000. Their 1st demo, Last Destination, was finished a year later on, and 2003’s Wishing the …

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Nemesea

A symphonic goth steel troupe based from the Netherlands, Nemesea were founded in 2002 by vocalist/composer Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong. Nemesea trim their teeth starting for fellow Dutch brood-rockers After Forever, with whom these were originally likened, before inking a offer in 2003 with indie label …

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Taken

Dismissing power-driven appear creations affected by alternative metallic selections and punk rock and roll sources, Taken’s compositions combine both muscular-sounding music and steaming rhythms, ultimately discharging a distinctive combination of hardcore design and melodious metallic features. Gathering in 1997 in Orange Region, CA, Taken mixed the attempts of Ray Harkins …

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Negative Reaction

Since forming in the first 1990s East Northport, NY’s aptly named Bad Response have helped ensemble a bit edition of Southern-styled sludge and doom metal’s murky darkness within the Gotham skyline. Founded and generally commanded by vocalist/guitarist Ken E. Bone fragments, who spent some time working with a frequently changing …

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Akin Eldes

Turkish guitar heroes were not as lucky as their colleagues overseas. Solo record offers have become hard to acquire, label managers are clueless plenty of to inform them what things to play, due to financial problems they can not find appropriate possibilities to record and side-projects are unavoidable. In that …

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Javelin

Produced in 2005 by cousins Tom Truck Buskirk and George Langford, Brooklyn, New York-based indie electronic duo Javelin crafts cool, abstract, R&B-flavored pop with an focus on painstakingly re-created samples and loops. The band’s 2009 self-released assortment of demos (Jamz n Jemz) and couple of Thrill Jockey 12″s (Javelin, NUMBER …

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Justin Adams

Guitarist/maker and composer Justin Adams is both among Britain’s great bluesmen and African crossover music’s leading proponents. Initial arriving at prominence in 1990 with Jah Wobble’s Invaders from the Center, Adams laid the foundations of his profession through working being a reputed sideman. His set of credits grew to add …

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George Mitchell

George Mitchell doesn’t just get the blues, he must go out and discover them. Because of his efforts, followers of authentic nation blues have already been in a position to hear the real thing without making the type of street trips required of the dedicated maker, editor, musicologist, and folklorist. …

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Dan Bigras

Dan Bigras is a France rock and roll singer, songwriter, and musician from Quebec whose award-winning saving career was in conjunction with a successful tv acting career. Delivered on Dec 23, 1958, in Montreal, Quebec, he produced his record debut in 1990 with Ange Pet. His second record, Tue-Moi, was …

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Mutilator

An frequently overlooked participant in Brazil’s past due-’80s thrash metallic picture, Mutilator (also called Mutilator 666, and originally named Armagedom [sic]) played a complex design of blackened thrash which offered few albums within their period, but remains to be both influential popular by collectors even today. First founded by vocalist/bassist …

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