1 - An Indonesian rock/jazz band
2 - An American nu-metal/rapcore band
3 - A French nu-metal/alternative band
4 - A German death metal/grindcore band
5 - An Australian Experimental Metal band
6 - Soré, a Romanian pop singer.
1 - Sore (IPA: sɔːrɛ) is an Indonesian rock/jazz band.
Originally formed in 2000 by three childhood friends (Ade Paloh, Mondo Gascaro & Awan Garnida). In late 2001 Awan Garnida brought two other friends (Bembi Gusti & Reza Dwiputranto) and together they formed a group which they called SORE (means “late afternoon” in Indonesian). In 2004 and early 2005 they contributed two songs in a couple of compilation albums, the first was a compilation of music from Jakarta’s indie scene called “JKRT: SKRG” (an abbreviation of “Jakarta, Sekarang” which translates “Jakarta, Now”) released by Aksara Records. The other was an original motion picture soundtrack “Janji Joni,” also released by Aksara.
They released their full-length debut album Centralismo (Aksara Records) in the summer of 2005, which was in part became their tribute to Central Jakarta, where most of the members grew up. The music varied greatly from track to track as each member contributed lead singings and song-writings in this album.
The album received praise from all quarters. The Time Magazine Asia acknowledged “CENTRALISMO” as “One of Five Asian Albums Worth Buying”, and Rolling Stone Indonesia magazine listed it 40 in “150 Greatest Indonesian Albums of All Time”
While preparing their materials for their second album, they got involved in four original soundtrack albums: “Berbagi Suami” (Love for Share); “Kala” (Dead Time); Quickie Express; “Perempuan Punya Cerita” (Chants of Lotus), one of which became a hit single, “Pergi Tanpa Pesan,” a reworking of an Indonesian classic from the late 1950’s.
After working their materials for more than a year, they are back with their second album entitled Ports of Lima (Aksara Records - 2008) to great critical acclaim. The Rolling Stone Indonesia recently voted it as the Best Album of 2008.The last award went to SORE was for the “Best Alternative Music Production” (2009) by Anugrah Musik Indonesia (AMI).
2 - SORE (Source Of Raw Energy) - American nu-metal/rapcore/alternative band, formed in Milwaukee, WI in December 2000 and led by a rapper The DRP. The other members are: V Maxx (also vocals), Andre (guitars), Geoff Slater[ (drums) and Mark (bass). Shorty after forming, they blew everyone’s eardrums and won a $10,000 prize to release a self-titled album in 2003 (and shoot a music video for song “Position”) and a demo year earlier. Their music has been used in 4 cinema movies, various video games and 4 different ESPN soundtracks.
(Official MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/therealsore)
3 - Sore, French nu-metal/alternative band. They released 2 albums: Guatam (EP) in 2003 and Asphyxie (LP) in 2005.
4 - Sore, German death metal/grindcore/goregrind band. They have released 1 album, entitled “Gruesome Pillowbook Tales”.
5 - Sore from Bendigo, Australia:
Two piece experimental improv outfit that combines crushing riffs and droning guitars with a hammering solid beat. With their thunderous sound at volume, this duo is on a mission to destroy.
Incorporating elements of psycadelic rock, doom, sludge & some electronic elements. They have an EP & bootleg out now.
Edited by ajmkv on 28 Mar 2014, 22:39
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