Reism's songs focus on the darker side of life. They're primarily about the betrayals and cruelty of love that mankind inflicts against its own. In 2003 Tom began working on the idea that would become Reism, and after a year of developing the sound, Kirsten joined and Reism became a reality. Blending influences as diverse as NIN, Nightwish, Lacuna Coil, and Soilwork, The interplay of live and electronic instrumentation blends and shifts between the two genres creatively, satisfying fans of both successfully.
Chevelle is an alternative metal band from Grayslake, IL. They formed in 1994 with the members of Sam Loeffler, Pete Loeffler (brothers) and Matt Scott. Matt was later replaced in 1996 by Joe Loeffler as bass player. On July 10, 2005 Joe was fired because of "irreconcilable differences". Geno Lenardo (Filter) filled in until August 2005, when Dean Bernardini (brother-in-law to the Loefflers) became the new bass player of Chevelle.
Scar the Martyr is an American heavy metal band formed in 2013 as a side project for Slipknot drummer Joey Jordison. The group was announced in April 2013 by the drummer and was shown to feature former Strapping Young Lad guitarist Jed Simon and ex-Darkest Hour guitarist Kris Norris. In June 2013 the group announced its name and full lineup, which includes former Nine Inch Nails keyboardist Chris Vrenna and relatively unknown vocalist Henry Derek Bonner. Their first album will be released on October 1st 2013.And the band has released a new song named "Blood Host" on 2nd August.
Wes Nelson- lead vocal, guitar
Ryan Maxwell- lead gtr
Greg Collinsworth- bass
Burke Thomas- drums Powerpop heart-throbs from the 90's. Signed and dropped from Reprise. They had a good run.
Latterman was a four-piece punk rock band from Long Island, NY, formed in 2000. They played a style of melodic punk rock with shouted dual-vocals by Phil Douglas and Matt Canino, with songs often containing political and/or socially-conscious lyrics. The band has been compared to the likes of Against Me!, The Lawrence Arms, and Hot Water Music. Since their split in 2007, members have most recently been heard playing in Shorebirds, Bridge and Tunnel, Laura Stevenson and the Cans, Iron Chic, RVIVR and The Brass.
When five pieces from the splintered membership of hardcore's most influential '90s outfits came together, Handsome was formed and the songwriting, textural, and creative limits of an entire genre of rock music were expanded to a previously unimaginable degree. At its center, Handsome was directed by former Helmet guitarist Peter Mengede. While not officially credited as the group's songwriter, Mengede's very identifiable riffs and song structures seem to be a musical basis for Handsome's music.
There are two groups known as The Dream Syndicate: 1. The Dream Syndicate was a guitar-driven band from L.A. from 1981 to 1989, originally associated with the paisley underground music movement. While attending the University of California, Davis, Wynn and Smith played together (with future True West members Russ Tolman and Gavin Blair) in The Suspects. Moving back home to Los Angeles, Wynn recorded a single under the name 15 Minutes (as in “of fame”) as his intended farewell to music. He did not follow that course.
Heavy Loaded Dice - Indie Rock n Roll group based in Chelmsford Essex UK, Owen James - Guitar/Vocals
Alan Launder - Lead Guitar
Joe Lethbridge - Bass Guitar
Mark Mcainey - Drums Heavy Loaded Dice was Formend in late 2011, Alan met Owen. Mark met Joe. Alan and Owen met Mark and Joe. Heavy Loaded Dice was born. The Debut EP was recorded by the band themselves in Mark's garage. All of the tracks can be downloaded for FREE!!
Crispy Ambulance were formed in Manchester (UK) in 1978 by Alan Hempsall (vocals), Keith Darbyshire (bass), Gary Madeley (drums) and Robert Davenport (guitar). Following a self-released debut single From the Cradle to the Grave (Aural Assault, 1980) the band joined Factory Records. Singles Not What I Expected (Factory, 1980) and Live on a Hot August Night (Factory Benelux, 1981, produced by Martin Hannett) preceded the album The Plateau Phase (Factory Benelux, 1981), and final single Sexus (also Factory Benelux, 1981).
Stone Temple Pilots (commonly referred to as "STP") is a Grammy Award-winning American Rock band consisting of Scott Weiland (vocals), brothers Robert DeLeo (bass guitar, vocals) and Dean DeLeo (guitar), and Eric Kretz (drums, percussion). The band was originally active from 1986 to 2003, and reunited in 2008. The band's five studio albums have sold over 17 million copies in the United States alone.