There is more than one artist named Circuits: 1. A hardcore band from Melbourne, Australia. 2.Brought together in the summer of 2006, Circuits are Ben, Nick, Nick Jnr and Simon. This London four piece’s frantic, twitching, spiky guitar pop looks to the new wave sound of the late 70s and combines it with a distinctly modern twist to create something special. Citing The Police, Elvis Costello and Paul Simon as their major influences, Circuits claim to bring new and different proposition in their music.
Violator was formed in early 2002 by a group of friends keen on playing the old thrash metal, and it has always been like this. Four thrash maniacs - Pedro
There is more than an artist named Detest: 1. Swedish Power / Thrash Metal band from Skövde.
Detest was formed in 1988 with members sprung out of band Coma.
Detest recorded a self-produced EP, "Thundersteel", in 1990, which was co-produced by Stefan Johansson and recorded at Studio Hönshuset. 2. Daniel Schulze aka Detest has been producing and playing hardcore/breakcore since 2005. He has released on Deathchant, Rebelscum, Peace off, Strike Records.... 3. A death metal band from denmark, with two demos and one LP: Dorval, based in a sci-fi fantasy. Now the band is split-up.
The singer is in his hometown Ghent better knawn as 'den tieënslets'.
Ultrasonic is better known form the track "Lips They Move" in 2003
There are at least seven artists with this name:
1. A thrash metal band from Chicago Illinois, United States
2. A symphonic metal band from Sweden
3. A math rock band from Mexico
4. A speed metal band from Arizona, United States
5. A darkcore group from Australia
6. A heavy metal band from the United Kingdom
7. A Trash metal band from Indonesia
8. A metalcore band from Sydney, Australia
The Teknoist's first release went straight to the hardcore legendary label Deathchant, and things have stayed quite high profile for this British producer, with releases on Planet Mu, Peace Off, Cock Rock Disco and others. A very sought after performer.. The Teknoist has impressed with his ability to combine the pummelling rhythms of hardcore with the details of drum'n'bass and breakcore, the whole thing enriched with some metal spice.
Dov J. Elkabas aka 'The Prophet' was born on 5 November 1968. He started DJing in 1983. He first discovered turntables when he visited a roller disco (Het Nijlpaardenhuis) in Amsterdam.
He was so impressed by the enthusiasm it evoked that he got a job so he could buy a set of SL1200 MK2s and practice with the turntables at home. He spun disco at Het Nijlpaardenhuis for approximately two years until the roller disco was closed down.
Qualkommando - speedcore/terror/darkcore duo: Thomas Matulla (Bruchkopf) & Matthias Lippert (Terror Junkie). Qualkommando have been making music since 1997 and released a lot of records on many labels like Kopfkrank Records, USN, Brain Distortion, Terror Noize Industry, Brain Destruction Recordz, CSR, MASCHA Records, Outlaw Records, Rotterdam Records, Special Forces, Doomsday Records and more. In further times dedicated to Speedcore, Qualkommando produces rather Terror and Darkcore than Speedcore nowadays.
Ryan Green - drums Paul Gross - vocals/keyboards Zane Smythe - guitars/keyboards Nate Perry - bass/backup vocals Believe it or not, Manic didn’t want to get signed to Suretone, the new label of ex-Geffen president Jordan Schur. Not because they had something against them but they didn’t want their creativity stifled by a corporation. This band, who crafts lush, layered pop rock, wanted to do things on their terms and to be the masters of their own destiny.