The Damning Well is a rock supergroup comprised of Wes Borland (of Limp Bizkit) on guitar, Danny Lohner (formerly of Nine Inch Nails) on bass, Richard Patrick (of Filter) on vocals, Josh Freese (of DEVO, A Perfect Circle, The Vandals and currently Nine Inch Nails) on drums.
Alternative rockers Gosling are actually the reincarnation of Loudermilk, a hard rock act that released one album on Dreamworks together, 2002's The Red Record. All members from Loudermilk — singer/guitarist Davey Ingersoll, guitarist Mark Watrous, bassist Shane Middleton, and drummer Isaac Carpenter — carried over into the newly christened Gosling, though Watrous now also played keyboards.
Luar na Lubre is a multi-awarded Celtic folk band from A Coruña, Galicia, Spain, formed in 1986. Most of their lyrics are in Galician (native language of Galicia), and many of their songs are instrumental.
Austrian-born Paul Haslinger has secured a distinctive reputation for composing film scores, which incorporate both robust classical elements and compelling electronica. Formally trained in his hometown of Linz, Haslinger ventured to Vienna, where he continued his classical studies while exploring the new domain of electronic music.
Kidneythieves are an industrial rock band led by Free Dominguez (vocals) and Bruce Somers (guitar/engineering). They formed the band in Los Angeles, in 1997, and along the way they picked up other band members such as Chris Schleyer (guitar), Christian Dorris (bass), and Sean Sellers (drum). Their lyrics are heavily influenced by psychology, particularly Jung.