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  1. "Tune into any modern rock radio station or watch an episode of ‘Headbanger's Ball' circa the early 21st century, and the amount of hard…

  2. a'tris is an alternative rock band based in Massachusetts. Formed in 2004 in Boston, a’tris released their debut album, appeal, in November of…

  3. My Head features Adam Siegel of Excel, Infectious Grooves, on lead vocals and guitar. Greg Saenz ex Excel on Drums and Dave Silva on bass. This…

  4. Big Audio (London, UK) was the third name variation Mick Jones used for his post-The Clash band (after Big Audio Dynamite and Big Audio Dynamite…

  5. Lung Overcoat were a post-punk,darkwave band from San Antonio, Texas that formed in the early 80s. At a time when hardcore punk was springing…

  6. Cold Dance were a British Goth band active in the mid 1980's who released two 7" records.

    Vocals: Diane Dubois
    Guitar: Tim Arundell
    Drums: Kevin…

  7. There are two bands with the name Laundry.

    Frist band:
    Laundry first formed in 1993, while Primus’ drummer, Tim Alexander, was taking a break…

  8. A collaboration between Sparks and Faith No More, they released one single together in 1997 entitled This Town Ain't Big Enough For Both of Us on…

  9. THE PAST

    Cradle Of Thorns formed in 1988 by Ty Elam COT released a series of one-off albums (including 1990's seminal Remember It Day) that, along…

  10. Peter Buck was born December 6, 1956 in Berkeley, California.
    He is most well known as the guitarist in R.E.M..

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