A progressive tech metal band from Frankfort, IL. For the fans of Psyopus, Necrophagist, Beneath the Massacre, The Mars Volta, The Black Dahlia Murder and Into the Moat. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sweeney/153285191389592
Butcher Babies are a band from Los Angeles, California, made up of Heidi Shepherd, Jason Klein, Carla Harvey, Henry Flurry, and Chris Warner. They consider themselves "slut metal," with their two main screamers being ex-playboy girls. They have been criticized by many for being fake or commercially loose with no talent and are based off the fact they perform almost completely nude. They became famous due to a live video on youtube performing "Fucking Hostile" by metal pioneers Pantera.
Hailing from the district of Medway, in the south east of England, Breaking The Day remain one of the cleanest sounding metalcore artists in the area.
After gaining much popularity from their recent set at the Zoo8 festival, and having done many gigs around the area, it's clear to see that only good things can happen to Breaking The Day.
Prod is an alternative rock band from berlin, germany.
There is another band from Croatia also called Prod www.myspace.com/bandprod which has alternative sound with mixature of hard core.
Prod is also a uk based electronica producer www.myspace.com/prodster soulful glitchy loungecore idm, 'a deeply eccentric and wonderful producer' (Mary Anne Hobbs - Radio 1)
The Croatian 'Prod' is Dario Orac (guitars,back voacals),Marko Stavalj (drums),Mario Suprna (bass) and Marko Tarabic (vocals).
There are two bands associated with the name Milhouse. 1. Milhouse are an indie-punk quintet from down under (Sydney, Australia). Their sound can be recognized by whistle-bound melodies, upbeat rhythms, and an overall unshakable catchiness. Comprised of members from Animal Shapes, Lights Out, and Between The Devil and The Deep, their EP "Everything's Coming Up..." is available at http://milhouse.bandcamp.com.
Formed 2004, OutCryFire are a combination of the finest talents of the two great past South Bucks metal bands - Blind Eye Policy and Drexl (previously Seven of Nine). Drawing on metal influences from Megadeth & Iron Maiden, through to Lamb of God & Meshuggah. OutCryFire serve up a mean array of groove-laden riffage, with hardcore sensibilities & downright pure power. In 2005 they were short-listed by Kerrang! Magazine as one of the 10 best unsigned bands in the country. To quote - "The A&R men have missed a trick here.
Born in the same scene that has produced the likes of Kids In Glass Houses and The Blackout, it can be a double edged sword seeing your friends causing in a stir in the UK’s underground circuit, you can either get jealous and resentful about it, or it can spur you on to give it 100%. For this Pontypridd five piece it could only be the latter. Meet Said Mike. The next 18 months were spent gigging the South Wales circuit, a previous stomping ground for Lostprophets, Funeral For A Friend, Bullet For My Valentine and The Automatic...
There are two bands with the name Gyroscope. The first is a pop punk/alternative rock band from Perth, Western Australia formed in 1997 by Daniel Sanders (vocals, guitar), Zoran Trivic (guitar), Brad Campbell (bass), and Rob Nassif (drums). They recorded their first demo cassette, First, as Gyroscope Sunday in 1998, and took up playing regularly on the Perth live circuit whilst also finding time for work and school commitments. The second is a psychedelic jazz outfit from Quebec, Canada.
AGHAST! are a UK based band from London. They have a reputation for putting on an incendiary and charismatic live show. They are currently working their way up through the UK's underground, carving out a niche for themselves since 2008. Their name is spelt in capitals and with an exclamation mark. This came from a promoter in Leeds who initially booked them for one show, which became three nights, one after the other. By the end he billed them as "and AGHAST! again" and it stuck.
An intense blend of galloping rhythms, intelligent melodies and vocals that flow from touching harmonies to savage screams epitomise Guildford-based five piece Without Thought. The quintet's technical ability combines with heartfelt lyrics to create an edgy, aggressive sound - mixing the brutal intensity of hardcore acts like Give Up The Ghost with Jimmy Eat World-style melodies and quiet sections comparable to Explosions in The Sky.