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  1. God Bullies were an American noise rock band from Kalamazoo, Michigan. They were active from 1986–1995, briefly reunited in the early 2000s and…

  2. There is more than one artist with this name:

    1) Halo of Flies was a noise rock band from Minneapolis. Named after an Alice Cooper song, Halo of…

  3. King Snake Roost, also known as KSR, were one of a number of Australian and International bands who emerged from Punk rock in the mid 1980s to…

  4. Killdozer are an American band that formed in 1984, with members Bill Hobson, Dan Hobson and Michael Gerald. They took their name from the 1974 TV…

  5. feedtime was an independent punk-rock trio from Sydney, Australia, formed in 1979. The name is spelled with a lowercase f. The members were…

  6. Enigmatic noise rock trio Steel Pole Bath Tub crafted a grungy, droning, offbeat sound from a palette of fuzzed-out bass riffs, blasts of guitar…

  7. Cows were a noise rock band from Minneapolis, Minnesota, formed in 1987 and disbanded in 1998, notorious for their raucous live performances.

    The…

  8. There are more than one artist with the name Tar.

    1. The precursor to Tar was a hardcore punk outfit called Blatant Dissent, which formed in…

  9. 1. CHERUBS (main picture) is a noise rock band from Austin, TX. Formed in 1992 by Ed Hall expatriate drummer Kevin Whitley, Owen McMahon (bass),…

  10. The Laughing Hyenas were a rock quartet formed in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA in 1985. Formed from the ashes of vocalist John Brannon's band…

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