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Ling Tosite Sigure

Japanese indie rockers Ling Tosite Sigure (or “Rin Toshite Shigure” in the additionally utilized Hepburn transliteration) play complex post-hardcore with alt-prog influences, teaching a remarkable capability to mix tempo adjustments and emo screams by both vocalists (male and feminine) with great melodies and solid psychological messages, and scoring in the …

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Callisto

Influenced by rings like Neurosis, Breach, Isis, and Zao, Finland’s Callisto weave religious imagery to their atmospheric make of steel. The band produced due to a good friendship between your original four associates, drummer Ariel Björklund, guitarist Johannes Nygård, bassist Juho Niemelä, and vocalist Markus Myllykangas. The “Dying Desire” one …

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Nevada Tan

Fusing melodic hard rock and roll with emotional lyrics and areas of hip-hop (i.e., rapping, turntablism), Nevada Tan shot to quick stardom using their debut recording, Niemand Hört Dich (2007), that was embraced by legions of German-speaking teens. Founded in 2002 in Neumünster, a town of approximately 80,000 in Schleswig-Holstein, …

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Arnion

A thrash music group from Brazil with an old-fashioned design, Arnion produced their recording debut in 2008. Founded in 2003 in Goiânia, Goiás, the music group was originally made up of Pedro Neto (vocals), Túlio Caetano (acoustic guitar), Rinaldo Macedo (acoustic guitar), Leonardo Araújo (bass), and Rogério Paulo (drums). Neto …

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Trax

The Trax will be the consequence of the attempt with the South Korean music industry giant SM Entertainment to determine a rock-band — a fairly rare bird in the 2000s Korean scene entirely dominated by pop artists. The group’s music still includes a large amount of pop, metropolitan, and hip-hop …

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Kill It Kid

Drawing on affects that range between Delta blues and ragtime to hard-hitting indie and common rock, bluesy Uk post-grunge/Americana outfit Wipe out It Kid offers drawn evaluations to bands just like the Light Stripes, My Morning hours Coat, Kings of Leon, as well as the Dark Keys. Produced in 2008 …

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Ebony Bones

Influenced from the Tom Tom Golf club, Gang of Four, and Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, cleaning soap opera actress converted genre-hopping pop star Ebony Bone fragments was never more likely to adhere to the same musical path as Neighbours’ Kylie Minogue or EastEnders’ Martine McCutcheon. Created Ebony Thomas, her profession …

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Thoughts of Ionesco

Documenting their first record when two-thirds from the bandmembers had been still in senior high school and splitting up when most had been barely 21 years of age, it’s a question that this infamous Detroit clothing Thoughts of Ionesco even lasted the couple of years that they do. Confrontational to …

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Versus the Mirror

Hailing from Tucson, AZ, post-hardcore quintet Versus the Reflection experienced already self-financed and documented their eponymous EP ahead of inking a cope with Equal Vision Documents in June 2005. The label released the EP that August, and the people were back the studio from the year’s end to record their …

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Shootin’ Pains

Merging two rich traditions of Texas music — ranting punk rock and roll and rootsy acoustic country — Shootin’ Aches and pains feature two members from the legendary Austin strap the Dicks, Buxf Bird and Pat Deason, with acoustic guitars and banjos running their tales of like gone wrong, a …

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