Genre: Progressive Hardcore
Members: Jon Sinfield - Vocals, Tom Ridley - Guitar, Jack Pope - Guitar, Tom Benson - Bass, Callum Cartwright - Drums
Hometown: Malvern, UK
Current Location: Worcestershire, UK
Genre: Progressive Hardcore
No Consequence are a Southern UK 6-piece, now signed to Basick Records. The bands style can loosely be described as progressive/tech metal, however, influences can be heard from death metal and hardcore, all the way to jazz fusion. The band are currently writing/recording their debut full length, coming summer 09! The bands current line up is: Phil W - vocals
Kaan - vocals
Dan - guitar
Harry - guitar
Tom - bass
Phil B - drums
And Hell Followed With was an American deathcore band. The group formed in Detroit, Michigan in 2006 and split in 2010 eight months after the front man Nick Holland announced he would be parting ways with the band. As of 2012 the band announced that they would play one last show at The Jamboree in Toledo, OH. They've stated that there are no plans to ever play another show. They released two full-length albums before their disestablishment.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Formed in Boston in 1997, Isis is a band that combines ambience, atmosphere, and aggression to form a unique style of metal music. Isis draws from post-rock, which leans away from the traditional elements of choruses, verses, repetitive vocals, or fast/repetitive riffs. Compared to many post-rock bands, though, Isis displays more hardcore and sludge influence (especially in their pre-Celestial era).
Dimension X is a Milwaukee based progressive metal project originally formed in an effort to produce music similar in feel and texture to that of King Crimson, Genesis and Rush. Over time the band's sound shifted to more closely resemble contemporary icons such as Dream Theater and Symphony X. During this transition the original drummer, Andy Jimenez, and the original guitarist, Kent Herman were replaced with new drum artist, Eddie Shapanske, and new guitarist Troy Stetina.
The Rivalry are a 6-piece band from Adelaide, South Australia, with influences including 4dead, Converge and The Number 12 Looks Like You. Their sound is an intense and chaotic blend of metal and grind/hardcore. They decided that, with varying interests and reasons, that they would split up after their 07/08 Japan tour. many of the members have side projects, probably the most formidable being Robotosaurus.
Hailing from Milton Keynes in the UK, FELLSILENT incorporate fierce polymetric timings with tuneful but raw vocals and powerful riffing to concoct their own unique style of hard nosed metal. This killer six piece have played shows across the UK with the likes of Skindred, SikTh, Bring Me The Horizon, Architects and Cult Of Luna, as well as recently co headlining UK tours with Enter Shikari, Exit Ten and Devil Sold His Soul, which has helped garner them further shows with the likes of Textures and Akercocke.
1. Denise Katrina Matthews (born January 4, 1959), better known as Vanity but sometimes credited as Denise Matthews-Smith or D.D. Winters, is a Canadian-born singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, model, and full-time preacher. She was the lead singer for the Prince-mentored female trio Vanity 6, which recorded the 1982 R&B hit "Nasty Girl". Matthews formally gave up her stage name "Vanity" and became a born-again Christian in 1994, the year she almost died from the effects of snorting cocaine.
There are at least three bands under the name Lethal. 1. Thrash metal band from Sweden.
2. Progressive power metal band from the United States.
3. Power/thrash metal band from Argentina.
4. A drum and bass dj and producer from the United States.
5. An upcoming mc from Nijmegen , The Netherlands / Holland.
6. Dan Franklin, drum'n'bass / dubstep producer and DJ from East London, UK.
There are two artists called The Contortionist. 1) A progressive deathcore band from Indianapolis: Bottom heavy open chords that resonate strong enough to shake the core of the earth. Skyrocketing bursts of oscillating guitar leads layer an ominous and dark undercurrent of rhythm. While hardcore punk may be the sound that rules the day in The Contortionist hometown of Indianapolis, it is the band