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  • Amy Estrada

    (1 listener)

  • Axia

    (289 listeners)

    hard rock, heavy metal, swedish heavy metal, traditional metal

    Chad Land - Rhythm /Lead Guitars and Vocals Steve Gourley - Bass, Backing Vocals Ian Forbes- Keys, Backing vocals Dusty Rhoads - Drums

  • Black Diamond

    (3,400 listeners)

    heavy metal, blues, dance, power metal

    Several artists use the alias Black Diamond: 1. Japanese girl group and gyaru unit Black Diamond, who make electropop and dance pop and try to spread their love of kurogal fashion across the world. Singles include "Crazy Tribe (feat. Hayato)", "Persona", and "Avant Gyarude". Their main vocalist is Pomitan.

  • Boom Box Orchestra

    (0 listeners)

  • Cage9

    (9,555 listeners)

    alternative rock, alternative, rock, alternative metal

    USA Today--->“the initial impact could cause whiplash, but this Panamanian rock band makes great use of subtlety, too, like the layered guitars and the falsetto that kicks in just when you expect a scream.”

  • Counter Clockwise

    (137 listeners)

    Hailing from the central coast of California, the hard hitting yet exuberant foursome is endlessly self promoting and utterly dedicated to their craft. Like a custom motorcycle, Counter Clockwise is polished and attractive, turning heads every where they go. Exhibiting a diverse range of hard-rock metal influences. Counter Clockwise's melting pot of sounds is contagious and full of energy.

  • Criticnue

    (12 listeners)

  • Echo of Ages

    (0 listeners)

  • Jade Jackson

    (37 listeners)

  • Klockwyze

    (33 listeners)

    california, reggae rock, alternatve, san luis obispo

    Seeping out of the garages of the central coast comes a distinct sound that refuses to go unheard. A developed style that showcases the musical influences, and raw talents of seven individual’s contributions towards orchestrating chaos.

  • Machine

    (15,280 listeners)

    j-rock, japanese, industrial, visual kei

    Numerous artists have used the name Machine, including: 1. Hakuei (vocals) and Kiyoshi's (guitar) duo. Started in 1999.

  • Motograter

    (145,800 listeners)

    nu metal, industrial metal, metal, nu-metal

    Motograter is an American nu metal band. They are best known for their homemade instrument the "motograter" - designed with industrial cable and guitar pieces that creates a very deep bass sound. The "motograter" instrument originally took place of the original bass guitar but now accompanies it. The band is also known for painting themselves in a tribal style body paint for concerts.

  • Nada Rasta

    (37 listeners)

    ska, funk, california, reggae rock

  • Opus Dai

    (8,014 listeners)

    progressive rock, progressive, alternative, alternative rock

    Opus Däi (pronounced “die”) cultivates a rich and varied aural landscape that is as vast and epic as the bands history. The band creates a space where diverse sounds blend into a singular musical force. Driving and aggressive, yet gentle in spirit, there is an epic grace that stokes the fires burning

  • Opus Däi

    (19,254 listeners)

    progressive rock, progressive, alternative rock, alternative

    Opus Däi (pronounced “die”) cultivates a rich and varied aural landscape that is as vast and epic as the bands history. The band creates a space where diverse sounds blend into a singular musical force. Driving and aggressive, yet gentle in spirit, there is an epic grace that stokes the fires burning brightly from within Opus Däi.

  • Powerman 5000

    (533,173 listeners)

    industrial metal, metal, industrial, nu metal

    Powerman 5000 is a Boston-based industrial metal/nu metal band formed in 1989. Frontman Spider One (Michael Cummings) is the younger brother of Rob Zombie (Robert Cummings).

  • Rusted Stone

    (0 listeners)

  • Siko

    (1,070 listeners)

    local, eyeballs, spotify, alternate a and b

    [1] siko - The four founding members of Siko (see-co) pride themselves on the ability to show people a good time with their music.

  • Slick Bishop

    (3 listeners)

  • Tropo

    (27 listeners)

    pop, electronic, dance, indue

    TROPO is an electronic band from San Luis Obispo, California. The band has been making a splash in the Electronica scene in California in the past year playing festivals such Rise Big Sur, Lucidity, Lunacy, Indigo Vortex, Movementplay, and Hoopcamp.