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Name a good, but unheard of band!

 
  • you should check these rare bands out if you never heard of em!

    Metalonwood A very unique industrial\ebm\electro industrial project with a great mixture of beats and sounds, well worth checking out

    NATHANAEL "SHIP MERCHANT" A new and simple industrial project in the making

    Panzertank An amazing russian industrial metal\martial band well Worth checking out!

    Dacryomancy A very dark hardcore industrial\metal band

    .rod laver A really cool rapcore\metal band

    Generation one of the rarest industrial bands ever, well worth checking out!

    However no music is posted on last.fm, you can listen to them at the link below

    http://www.allmusic.com/album/brutal-reality-r188962

    don't bother to check youtube or myspace, they are to rare to find...

    Vladimir Harkonnen A cool solo project by a member from PANZERTANK

    Under Midnight Under Midnight Is an extremely rare industrial band well worth checking out! (You can listen to both albums on myspace)



    Sielwolf An unheard of band for America and other countries, this band is a very unique, gothic\noise industrial band well worth checking out

    Werk 84 A really good electro industrial band worth checking out.

    Fornax a interesting industrial project well worth checking out

    Brainchild (BRAINCHILD - MINDWARP) Originally a side project by scott albert, members - dougman a scott albert. then was later re-released by circle of dust. this particular album is rare and worth checking out



    Audio Paradox A dark,electronic industrial band (Also new wave)

    LengselA really good black metal band (Also industrial) from norway.

    Carbon 12 An awesome Electronic\EBM\Industrial Band

    Church of Machinery A very nice dark techno\industria\EBM Bandl

    Jyradelix a great and rare Techno\industrial side project



    Noise BoxA cool industrial\alternative rock band

    Ariza a good industrial artist

    Argyle Park Ap2A great industrial\rock side project
    (Both are the same band, under different names)


  • Shinki Chen
    Very, very underrated in his solo and side projects like Speed, Glue & Shinki and Food Brain.


    Welcome to the forums, where everyone is happy.
    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 14 Feb 2012, 23:15
    Last couple of posters added some rather interesting looking stuff, cheers all! :3

  • Perfect Confusion

    If anyone likes Cage the Elephant this was the band some of their members were apart of before they formed,

  • Petrie's Lake House

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 25 Mar 2012, 21:36

    d3thplay - Marmite music. Witch house remix specialists with very wonky sounding synths.
    For fans of: Do you like witch house? ;p
    Standout track: Above and Beyond (Cant Sleep d3thplaY RMX)
    (1,029 listeners)


    Esa - Acomplished and atmospheric EBM/rhythmic noise artist
    For fans of: P.A.L., Prometheus Burning, Tyske Ludder
    Standout track: We All Know The World Is Wrong
    (7,152 listeners)


    Patrik Fitzgerald - Acoustic punkish anti-folk musician who has been around since the late 70's
    For fans of: Not sure who to compare him to. Its not really my field of expertise... :3
    Standout track: Irrelevant Battles
    (5,789 listeners)


    Force Publique Congo - Lo-fi power electyronics themed around the brutal colonization of the Congo by Belgium. Fo' shizzle!
    For fans of: Prurient, Atrax Morgue, Streicher
    Standout track: Heart Of Uranium
    (289 listeners)


    Heatsick - Extremely diverse and eclectic one man noise emitter.
    For fans of: Nate Young, John Weise, Magic And Politics
    Standout track: Dewey Purfume Sunrise
    (806 listeners)


    Jackal's Doom Disco - Does exactly what it says on the tin. Slow-paced, utterly weird and miserabilist discotronics.
    For fans of: ??? (how many doom disco bands do you know?)
    Standout track: The Tapes
    (126 listeners)


    Nicole 12 - Extremely perverse and deviant strains of power electronics
    For fans of: Genocide Organ, Institut, Iron Fist Of The Sun
    Standout track: First Dance Of The Spring
    (2,130 listeners)


    raw oath - Slightly bonkers one-man 'black metal' band who makes heavily distorted noise/ambient tracks that sound like deranged trance synths.
    For fans of: I honestly couldn't compare this anything.
    Standout track: aa
    (68 listeners)


    Sarin Smoke - Improvizational stream-of-conciousness guitar strumming celestial drone works.
    For fans of: Sachiko, Emeralds, Alasehir
    Standout track: Phasing Moloch
    (534 listeners)


    These Feathers Have Plumes - Esoteric mixture of electric string instrumentation and manipulated field recordings.
    For fans of: Burning Star Core, Family Battle Snake, Bela Emerson
    Standout track: Drowning Bell
    (349 listeners)


    Yes Wizard - Catchy Tigersushi newbreed discotronics.
    For fans of: Mr Oizo, The Viewers, Nakion
    Standout track: Heaven Black
    (177 listeners)


    Zanex Dissociation - Convincingly retroactive big beat/acid artist that reminds of a time when mp3.com was actually any good.
    For fans of: F.U.S.E., Polygon Window, K.Larm & J.Raninen
    Standout track: The Trip
    (115 listeners)

  • AngryNihilist said:
    Stereolab is pretty freaky, in a good way.
    Stereolab are unheard of?

    Well I never.

    “Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music”
    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 26 Mar 2012, 08:41
    ProximityFuze said:
    AngryNihilist said:
    Stereolab is pretty freaky, in a good way.
    Stereolab are unheard of?

    Well I never.

    Isn't it odd, the disparity between peoples idea of what is and isn't obscure. When I added Esa to my update yesterday I wasn't sure if he was entirely appropiate for the thread because of the artists 7,000+ listeners.

  • RE: name a band

  • Sulk a British band hyped to be the next big thing in 2012.

    "Everyday I'm Scrobbling"
  • Black Moor

    An extremely talented Metal group from my hometown. While not very well known their getting there and have shared the stage with some bigger bands like Protest The Hero, Cancerbats and 3 Inches of Blood!

    One of their hits: Warshark



    And check 'em out on Myspace? Oh you will? Lovely.

    Black Moor Myspace

    I've had enough of your indigenous assertions!
  • The Breathing Light

    They're an afro-punk/soul-punk band. I don't know how else to describe them.
    Very very basic sound but I can't stop listening to it.


    .this is our bomb.
  • http://www.last.fm/music/Opaque+Nature/_/The+Sea-side

    I actually found out about these guys THROUGH last.fm..can't seem to find this song anywhere else at all.

    -Frank the Tank
  • slow song. but very musical, and easy listening.

    -Frank the Tank
  • Selfsurprise said:
    ProximityFuze said:
    AngryNihilist said:
    Stereolab is pretty freaky, in a good way.
    Stereolab are unheard of?

    Well I never.

    Isn't it odd, the disparity between peoples idea of what is and isn't obscure. When I added Esa to my update yesterday I wasn't sure if he was entirely appropiate for the thread because of the artists 7,000+ listeners.
    OP probably should have instilled some sort of cut-off point, makes it less ambiguous that way.

    But sorry to person who posted them, Stereolab are not "unheard" of when you consider - 10,560,620 plays (432,597 listeners)

    “Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music”
    • 2bloo4U said...
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    • 28 Mar 2012, 06:56
    Squid City is pretty nice. I'd suggest them if you're into relaxing,instrumental stuff.

    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 28 Mar 2012, 08:10
    ProximityFuze said:
    Selfsurprise said:
    ProximityFuze said:
    AngryNihilist said:
    Stereolab is pretty freaky, in a good way.
    Stereolab are unheard of?

    Well I never.

    Isn't it odd, the disparity between peoples idea of what is and isn't obscure. When I added Esa to my update yesterday I wasn't sure if he was entirely appropiate for the thread because of the artists 7,000+ listeners.
    OP probably should have instilled some sort of cut-off point, makes it less ambiguous that way.

    But sorry to person who posted them, Stereolab are not "unheard" of when you consider - 10,560,620 plays (432,597 listeners)

    Unheard of in Atlantis, maybe...

  • Selfsurprise said:
    ProximityFuze said:
    Selfsurprise said:
    ProximityFuze said:
    AngryNihilist said:
    Stereolab is pretty freaky, in a good way.
    Stereolab are unheard of?

    Well I never.

    Isn't it odd, the disparity between peoples idea of what is and isn't obscure. When I added Esa to my update yesterday I wasn't sure if he was entirely appropiate for the thread because of the artists 7,000+ listeners.
    OP probably should have instilled some sort of cut-off point, makes it less ambiguous that way.

    But sorry to person who posted them, Stereolab are not "unheard" of when you consider - 10,560,620 plays (432,597 listeners)

    Unheard of in Atlantis, maybe...
    No, they are massive there. Fishmen and Mermaids adore them.

    “Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music”
    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 28 Mar 2012, 16:04
    ProximityFuze said:
    Selfsurprise said:
    ProximityFuze said:
    Selfsurprise said:
    ProximityFuze said:
    AngryNihilist said:
    Stereolab is pretty freaky, in a good way.
    Stereolab are unheard of?

    Well I never.

    Isn't it odd, the disparity between peoples idea of what is and isn't obscure. When I added Esa to my update yesterday I wasn't sure if he was entirely appropiate for the thread because of the artists 7,000+ listeners.
    OP probably should have instilled some sort of cut-off point, makes it less ambiguous that way.

    But sorry to person who posted them, Stereolab are not "unheard" of when you consider - 10,560,620 plays (432,597 listeners)

    Unheard of in Atlantis, maybe...
    No, they are massive there. Fishmen and Mermaids adore them.

    Tritons are probably more kvlt. And I dare say the Aboleths are more into improvized electro-acoustic stuff.

    :3

  • Paysage D'Hiver - Awesome one-man-project from Swiss, plays ambient/atmospheric black metla

    Altar of Plagues - Irish ambient/atmospheric black metla band

    Necropsy - Finnish death metal band

    Adramelech - Finnish old-school death metal band

    Purtenance - Finnish old-school death metal band

    Rippikoulu - Finnish doom metal band

    Vorum - Finnish death metal band

    Misanthrope, Hater of all mankind
  • Broken UK
    Hold Your Ground
    Broken are playing Download this year on the 8th June.
    Check them out!!

  • The Jackets

    King the Fu

    Rotating Leslie

    Secret Powers

    The Vegas Fame Index

    Cheap Girls

    • estuaay said...
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    • 31 Mar 2012, 22:41
    Behind Sapphire. Love them.. completely.

    "A dream only exists to come true. I can't say it's out of reach until I've tried."
  • Console Warriors. Great young Alternative Rock band... they have about only 3 songs available so far, but are working hard to drop an EP as soon as possible.

    Give their newest song a listen:

    • warrigo said...
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    • 1 Apr 2012, 01:12
    The Sound of Animals Fighting - One of the best experimental, progressive rock bands I know.


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