Elias Last Day are a five-piece Metalcore outfit from Preston, England, founded in 2004. From the ashes of previous projects and a change in vocalist they had found a working formula; that from past experiences and range of musical backgrounds would prove to find a sound that the band would become solid within. Elias Last Day have recorded 3 EP's; "Heres To The Mutiny", "Smoke Signals" and "Life Through Tinted Glass".
There are 2 bands with this name on Last.fm. A well established trip hop band in Los Angeles, and a temporarily defunct punk emo band from South Wales. Please click "Read more/Read all" below to see all of the information on both bands. 1) Together as the band Facel Vega since 2002, Del Johns and Melissa Sullivan (pictured) form a unique musical duo. The band builds on a 60s retro lounge theme, with modern electronica and Italian spy/trip hop styles thrown into the mix.
From the North-East of the UK; TCB were formed in 2006 with Jonny Ferguson (Synth, vocals, samples), Adam Ridley (guitar), Marc Henessey (guitar), Jamie Common (bass) and Luke Walker (drums). All members had played in respected bands previously and the extremely high pedigree of this group is there for all to see. In November 06 TCB went to Outhouse studios (Enter Shikari) and recorded their first 4 song demo.
Brockton, MA Underground phenom, Rick Brophy has a new band. Leader of the controversial 462 crew, Brophy goes for the throat at all times. Their debut CD Revenge Is Forever will debut this winter.
For fans of: Bury Your Dead and Shattered Realm
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.
Gallows are a five-piece discordant hardcore punk band from Watford, UK, just outside of London. Forming from the ashes of Winter in June, Forthesinners and My Dad Joe in early 2005 (and originally going by the handle of Last Fight For The Living Dead), they straight away went about their intention to write infectious, original and exciting hardcore punk music by mixing it with and "the riffery of Mastodon, the off-kilter tempo changes of JR Ewing, the rock n roll swagger of The Bronx and the dischordant noise of Swing Kids then wrap it up, sealed in a sweat and alcohol soaked Union Jack."
**The Society Suckers** make frantic, precisely arranged psychedelic pogo trash music. born out of a frustration with emotionless dance music, 1997's debut "Anti-carnivore" featured their trademark ultrahigh frequency melodies and precisely arranged hyper breakbeats, becoming a breakcore standard before the genre had a name. Their live shows blend focused turntable skills with emotionally charged gear tormenting - it's a manic combination of Breakcore opera, Rave hooks, pogo anthems and structural mayhem.
Band bios are usually a bunch of regurgitated bullshit overfilled with descriptive words and adjectives that add up to, well, bullshit. Getting quickly to the point here; NEW MORALITY from The Netherlands was formed late 2004 by a bunch of friends with the same hardcore mindset: pure anarchy. In the past years, they've self released a demo, compilations, an MCD, a split 7" and a recent promo CD, played various shows all over Europe and the band pretty much booked all of those shows by themselves.
Crocus started early summer 2007, unsatisfied with former projects, they decided to quicken the pace, up the beats and pour every last drop of honesty and emotion they have into what can now be called Crocus. With ethics and values as important to the band members as the sound itself, they are all about honest expression, self-exploration and integrity. They combine elements of 90's screamo and power violence, and are an amazing live band.