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3. Mokoma *5
4. Stormwarrior *1
5. Rage *1
6. Voivod *1
7. Nifelheim *1
8. Sòlstafir *3
9. Asphyx *1
10. Amon Amarth *1
11. Diablo *1
12. Tarot *2
13. Arch Enemy *1
14. Velcra *1
15. Mayhem *1
16. Evocation *1
17. Satyricon *1
18. Finntroll *1
19. Sabaton *1
20. Apulanta *1
21. CMX *1
22. Whiplash *1
23. Finntroll *1
24. Kypck *1
25. Possessed *1
26. Winterwolf *1
26. Deathbound *1
27. Behemoth *1
28. Burning Point *1
29. Murena *1
30. Dream Evil *1
31. Suffocation *1
32. Macabre *1
33. Carcass *1
34. Ross The Boss *1
35. Triptykon *1
36. The Man-Eating Tree *2
37. Secrets of the Moon *1
38. Teräsbetoni *1
39. Stam1na *2
40. Machinae Supremacy *1
41. Ensiferum *1
42. Children of Bodom *1
43. Pain *1
44. Frontlines *1
45. Black Sun Aeon *1
46. Noumena *1
47. Catamenia *1
48. A.R.G. *1
49. Diablerie *1
50. Gehenna *1
51. Merging Flare *1
52. Toxic Holocaust *1
53. Iron Savior *1
54. Vader *1
55. Septic Flesh *1
25 Dec 2008, 22:26 by maidenhellIndustrial Radio
Industrial metal is a musical genre that draws from industrial music and heavy metal, using repeating metal guitar riffs, sampling, synthesizer or sequencer lines, and distorted vocals.Founding industrial metal groups include Ministry, Godflesh, and KMFDM.Eventually it reached a mass audience, led by the "one-man-band" Nine Inch Nails.
Industrial metal's new-found popularity led to some criticism from other artists associated with the industrial scene. Subsequently, it is most well-known in various European permutations. Industrial metal groups have produced many acclaimed music videos, and the impact of the style has been reflected in many other genres of music, including hardcore punk, glam metal, and hip-hop.
Artists You Should Know
Aborym//...and Oceans//2wo//A Dark Halo//American Head Charge//Anaal Nathrakh//Artifact//Atrocity//Battery Cage//Biomechanical//Blaze Bayley//Blut aus Nord//BUCK-TICK//Carfax…
18 Aug 2008, 15:15 by liago0shToday I've discovered Velcra. Just awesome! How come I have not found this band before?
26 Apr 2008, 11:59 by RoiDantonSong database updated!
Alien Skin - Don't Open Till Doomsday (Germany 2008)
Alice in Videoland - She's A Machine! (Sweden 2008)
Ambassador21 - Justified Thirst For Blood (Belarus 2008)
Amnistia - Blackguard (Germany 2008)
Asphyxia - Demo (Germany 2006)
bajskorv - Scars And Stripes (US 2007)
Black Fortress of Opium - Black Fortress of Opium (US 2008)
Thorn Apple - Crystalline (US 2001)
Collide - Vortex (US 2004)
Desireless - Best Of (France 2006)
F.A.Q. - Leathe Apron The Whitechapel EP (Swiss 2008)
Forgive-Me-Not - Romantic Dark Symphonies (Russia 2007)
Groves in mist - Remembrance Is The Suffering (Russia 2008)
High And Mighty Color - ROCK PIT (Japan 2008)
High And Mighty Color - 10 COLOR SINGLES (Japan 2007)
IAMX - Kiss + Swallow (UK 2004)
IAMX - The Alternative (Uk 2006)
IC 434 - Bacteriate (Belgium 2008)
Jesus On Extasy - Stay with me (Germany 2008)
Marsheaux - Ghost Vinyl (Greece 2008)
MdM - Modern Digital Militia (Canada 2008)
17 Mar 2008, 00:37 by Krig-1. How did you get into 29? ps
Well, PS is my dad's project, released a few records and so on, and I am in a way bound to like it. Grew around it, so to say.
2. What was the first song you ever heard by 22? Timo Rautiainen & Trio Niskalaukaus
I think it was, ummm... Lumessakahlaajat, some 4 years back, and I just loved it immediatelly.
3. What’s your favorite lyric by 33? Pain
[Track]Bitch[/track], definatelly. "Come on, little girl, there's nothing to be ashamed."
4. What is your favorite album by 49? (The Berzerker)
[album]World of Lies[/album]. Self-Titled was okay too. But still, WoL takes the top place.
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (:Wumpscut:)
I actually have bought none, got them from a friend and burnt them on my comp cause I just love the band.
6. What is your favorite song by 50? (Dethklok)
Definately Dethjingle!! (Duncan Hills Coffee.) Tachincally that is a masterpiece, I really love the drumming on that one.
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (Massive Attack)
17 Feb 2008, 07:09 by Zer0_IIhttp://myspace.com/digitalmeltd0wn
I've created a MySpace profile for Digital Meltd0wn. For those who don't know, Digital Meltd0wn is my network of music related sites. I plan to use the MySpace profile to post material that I wouldn't normally feature of either of my blogs.
I've added a couple of videos by Queen Adreena and Velcra to kick things off. I've also duplicated the recommendations that I posted a as a journal entry on the blog there, and uploaded a few music related images in my photo gallery.
This is just the start. I plan to continously update the profile and bring you more recommendations, videos, mp3 downloads, photos, and more, so be sure to stop by regularly. Don't forget to add me as your friend, and please don't be shy about leaving a comment. I need all the encouragement I can get.
17 Feb 2008, 03:05 by Zer0_III'm working on putting together an all female rock compilation, with the theme obviously being female fronted rock bands. It will be the first in a series that I'm working on simply titled "Digital Meltd0wn Presents:"; not very exciting, I know, but the music, liner notes, and album art will make up for it. Some of the artists/bands I am considering featuring are:
Babes In Toyland, The Runaways, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, PJ Harvey, Jack Off Jill,The Donnas, Veruca Salt, Daisy Chainsaw, Queen Adreena, Kittie, Betty X, The Avengers, Horrorpops, Lydia Lunch, Bitch Alert, Velcra, Roxy Saint, The Gits, Sahara Hotnights, Sexpod, Fluffy, The Soviettes, My Ruin, Bikini Kill, 7 Year Bitch, The Distillers, L7, The Kills, Devotchkas, Bif Naked, Rasputina, Penetration, The Slits, Pain Teens, Lunachicks, Sleater-Kinney
Now I could use your help. I know you wonderful people are aware of some hard rocking chicks that aren't on this list, so please let me know of any artists, bands, or particular songs (preferably NOT mainstream)…
14 Feb 2008, 02:14 by Zer0_IILast month I started recommending artists that I have recently discovered. Unfortunately, I didn't get to finish my January recommendations because I moved, and it left me without an internet connection for a few days. So it's time to start anew, and without further ado, here are my February recommendations for you.
Note: I'm putting together a female rocker compilation at the moment, hence the high amount of female artist/bands. If you're interested in getting a copy of it when I'm finished either leave me a comment, or shoot me a message.
Jandek - A reclusive artist from who only recently played his first live show after decades of anonymity. His work can best be described as Psychedelic Folk. He has released material exclusively through his own label, Corwood Industries
Devendra Banhart I've just recently started to delve into the folk genre. I just hadn't run across much that struck my fancy. All that changed a few months ago, and much of that has to do with the discovery of Banhart. …