American band the Afghan Whigs were a soul-influenced, alternative rock band that was mainly active in the 1990s. While achieving only moderate commercial success, the Afghan Whigs attracted ample critical acclaim and deeply loyal fans, Rolling Stone described the band as spending "the bulk of their career on the brink of stardom", yet they've "never quite broken beyond a substantial legion of devotees enamored of their thinly veiled sleaze."
Skin Graft is the long-running solo harsh noise project of Wyatt Howland (Dead Peasant Insurance, Jerk, Relentless Corpse, Gloria, Stark Holy MAA) based in Cleveland, Ohio active since 2004.
Infidels: Alain (drummer, lead vocals), Niall Murphy (guitars), Thom Woodley (bass), Scott Wortmann (keys). In December 2005, we independently released our debut EP, Your Hidden Skeleton, recorded at Headgear Studios (Yeah Yeah Yeahs; TV On The Radio; Ambulance, Ltd.). Infidels run Brooklyn's underground music club Asterisk Art Project. In the 1990s, Infidels was a Canadian band featuring singer Molly Johnson and guitarist Norman Orenstein, both formerly with Alta Moda. The band's self-titled 1991 album produced two Canadian hits: "Celebrate" and "100 Watt Bulb.
(For the grindcore band, see Le Scrawl. For the DJ, see DJ Scrawl.) Scrawl were a band from Columbus, Ohio. The founding members were Marcy Mays (vocals and guitar), Sue Harshe (bass guitar), and Carolyn O'Leary (drums). Their first show, in the summer of 1985, was a 20-minute opening spot for the Meat Puppets. Their first album, Plus, Also, Too, was released in 1987 on the No Other record label. Drummer Carolyn O' Leary left the group in May 1992, and was replaced by Dana Marshall.
There are at least Three artists with the name Chalk 1. Chalk was an indie electro rock band active in Cincinnati, OH from 1996-2005. They released two albums on Deary Me Records and one on Tokyo Rose Records. Jim & Greg now play in Eat Sugar 2. Chalk is an acoustic artist from Brighton, UK. Chalk's first album is set to be released through Sonic Anhedonic Recording Company on the 2nd September 2013. 3. Chalk is a 3-piece rock band from Minneapolis.
Affiance, meaning to betroth in trust and confidence, is a 5 piece metalcore band from Cleveland, Ohio. They formed around 2008. Their lyrics touch on deep political and religious themes and the band wrapped up a recent full US tour with their friends in Across The Sun and No Bragging Rights and gained tons of new fans in the process. Most importantly, scoring a record deal with Bullet Tooth. They released their debut album, No Secret Revealed, on December 2, 2010. Dennis Tvrdik - vocals
Brett Wondrak - guitar
Mixtapes is a band from Cincinnati, Ohio. They are mostly influenced by 90's power pop and indie rock bands, some Replacements and midwestern gritty punk bands. www.mixtapesohio.com
here's some of the odder facts about everyopne's favorite dysfunctional hardcore band CROWD DETERRENT! - The original band name was "NEW CASTLE TRASH" when Rob started it at the age of 15
- There was a "Crowd Deterrent Dog", which was owned by ERIC COLTENBA (spelling?), who was a ofrmer singer. He would bring the dog to shows and it wore a hoodie w/ CD logo printed on the back w/ the sleeves cut off.
Ringworm is a Hardcore Band from Cleveland, Ohio,USA.
The band started under the moniker Force of Habit and had one song on the 'Voice of Thousands' compilation album, released by Conversion Records in 1990/91. Soon there after the band changed the name to Ringworm. Human Furnace also plays for his side project, Holy Ghost, Chris Dora is a member of Death/Thrash Metal band Soulless and John Comprix plays for Power/Heavy Metal band Beyond Fear. Ringworm has two demos and four full-length albums.