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There are four bands named Throne.

1.) Throne is a symphonic black/death metal band from Memphis, Tennessee.

2.) Throne is a three piece doom/stoner metal band from East London. They make slow, riff-laden facemelters.

3.) Throne is a Finnish one man project.
Simo Ruotsalainen - All instruments (Moukka, Raped Gargoyle, Noma)

4.) tHrOne has three members that comprise tHrOnE. One of the most unique aspects of the band, besides their music, is that they are all related to each other. The band includes singer/songwriter and bassist Derek Trafton, his brother, drummer Casey Trafton and their cousin, guitarist/keyboards Justin Millar. tHrOnE was formed in 1995 and originally hails from Connecticut.

tHrOnE has released five CDs since 1998. Their first album, entitled “Euphoria,” was released in October of 1998, included twelve songs, and was produced by them. The second CD is a four song EP that was recorded in April 1999. This CD was also produced the band. By April 2000 the EP found it’s way into the hands of a CT rock radio station. After the station’s music director and DJs gave it a listen, they knew they had something in this band that needed to be shown to the entire state. Even though they weren’t a national act, the station put them on the air continuously.


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  • afz902k

    Who the hell spells band names with such alternating case? There isn't a single "Throne" band, and this should be corrected.

    22 Jun 2010 Reply
  • roy37mm

    Que pakote el wey de abajo

    5 Feb 2009 Reply
  • PolPotBrownie

    Wow here are a few songs on their top tracks that are really not theirs.

    7 Oct 2008 Reply
  • togethernesses

    oh how the days of the osc are so long gone.

    21 Aug 2006 Reply

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