Formed in Early 2005, Lest We Forget consists of Matty, Mike, Dave, Jimi, and Fox. Right out of the gate, Lest We Forget has been making waves in the music scene. Opening for such major acts as Static-X, God Forbid, A Day To Remember, Emmure, Bury Your Dead, Alesana, The Chariot, Endwell, Sky Eats Airplane, and Our Last Night, they established themselves as one of the most sought-after bands in Eastern Pennsylvania.
What The Blood Revealed is a post-metal band from from the burgh of Ayrshire in Scotland. We have two EPs out, both of which you can buy over at www.myspace.com/wtbr The pursuit of the truth through scientific endeavour is what makes us human.
Evolution is not a theory.
Experimentation is often beautiful, though the results rarely are.
Be selective in what you read, for your time is truly short.
Seek the rational, embrace the truthful. Say hi if you like the tracks! xxx
Last Rites consists of the Wright brothers (Paul and Nod) and can best be described as dark, melancholic rock with electronic textures. They were the driving force behind Fields of the Nephilim (1984-1991) when the original line-up of FotN split. After FotN the Wright brothers and the other remaining members (minus Carl McCoy) together with vocalist Andy Delaney started up Rubicon and released several EP's and two albums before calling it quits. In the late 90'ies the Wright brothers started up Last Rites to continue to evolve musically and stylistically.
The 90's saw the rebirth of progressive rock in the symphonic style, and bands like The Flower Kings, Spock's Beard, Porcupine Tree and Transatlantic listened to the call. Jonas Reingold, member of the world famous group The Flower Kings, wrote in the autumn of 2000 a couple of progressive masterpieces. He joined forces with Roine Stolt, Jaime Salazar, Zoltan Csörz, Johan Glössner, Göran Edman, Robert Engstrand and Tomas Bodin, all prominent members of the progressive rock family.
There are more than one artist with the name Sentience. 1. Electronic / Metal outfit.
2. Progressive Metal band from Melbourne.
3. Melancholic metal band from Belgium 1. Sentience was a three-piece electronic outfit consisting of Nick Fryer, Martin Dawson and Tom Neville, largely gaining fame for themselves by appearing on the soundtrack for controversial video game Carmageddon II. The three songs (created by band who at the time didn't have a member older than 20) from their album "Eye for an (I)"...
The Tea Party is a Canadian rock band from Windsor, Ontario, with blues, progressive rock and Middle Eastern influences who formed in 1990 and disbanded in October 2005. They reformed in 2011 to play some shows in Canada. They have released seven albums commercially during their time together. Guitarist and vocalist Jeff Martin, who has perfect pitch, was also producer for almost all of their albums.
Gojira is a progressive death/thrash metal band from Bayonne, France. Their lyrics consist of life, ecology, and spiritual themes. They were formed in 1996 by brothers Joe Duplantier (vocals and lead guitar) and Mario Duplantier (drums), Christian Andreu (guitar) and Jean-Michel Labadie (bass guitar). They had initially named their group Godzilla, but due to legal constraints had to change their name.
Transient names at least six musical entities. 1) Transient are a melodic hardcore band from Greenville, SC, United States. Forming in the fall of 2010, they started to gain recognition with their debut EP Alone, promoting their own brand of passionate modern hardcore, with strong and ambient melodic guitar riffs. They have released 2 EP's to date, Alone, a 5 song EP in May 2011, and their latest release We Do Not Lose Heart, a 3 song EP in March 2012. Both of these EP's can be downloaded from the bands Bandcamp page, with a donation scheme implemented for both.
After two demo cds (“Shades of Duality” in 1999 and, mainly, “Love Injuring Criteria” in 2001, recorded at the Outer Sound Studios in Rome with Giuseppe Orlando and Massimiliano Pagliuso of Novembre) EDENShADE were aimed by the press and the fans to be one of the most promising bands of the Italian underground metal scene. When “Ceramic Placebo for a Faint Heart” (also recorded in Rome with friends Giuseppe Orlando and Massimiliano Pagliuso) was published in June 2003 by the independent label Atrheia...