There are at least two artists with the name "Give up the Ghost": 1) Give Up the Ghost (earlier known as American Nightmare) was a Boston hardcore band formed in 1999. Through a legal battle the band was forced to change their name; they briefly performed as "American Nothing" before changing their name in 2003 to Give Up the Ghost. The band put out records on Bridge 9 and Equal Vision before breaking up suddenly in spring 2004. Wes Eisold has since gone on to front spastic hardcore "supergroup" Some Girls and is a member of xo skeletons and he has a side project called Cold Cave.
Goldstein is an Adelaide-based folk/roots band that formed in 2006. Their songs focus on the types of things they think typify the Australian way of life such as fishing with your mates, barbecues, watching sport and pubs. They have only recently finished recording their debut album Spurs on my Boots (of which the single Great Fishing was played on Triple J’s Roots n’ All show). Goldstein are currently playing their ‘urban folk’ tunes on the Adelaide pub circuit.
Step By Step is a gangsta rap group from Watts, Los Angeles, CA.
1. Still - UK chillout and electronica artist, with a more organic sound than most other chillout. Tracks on LastFM include: "All in the Water (feat Cathy Batistessa)", "Coming Home", "Kumasi Junction", "Time" (feat Anthony Smith" and "Waste"
http://www.myspace.com/stillonline 2. Still (Hsi Chang Lin), former turntablist for abrasive political Hip-Hop troupé Dälek pioneers the notion of "ambient turntablism" with his debut album "Remains".
Filippo Calcagni aka Dj Mad Dog started his DJ career just as joke. In 1995 after 3 years of hard work with the tecnichs, he met two friends (an M.C. and a DJ) with whom he formed a team: HARDCORE TERRORISTS. With this team Filippo has a lot of success especially in his city Rome.
In 1996 the Hardcore Terrorists made their debut with their first live-act at the QUBE (one of the symbol club in Rome). After that night, the performances of this team followed one another and their success was unavoidable!
1.Divine Spark is Melodic Crust Punk band from Luxembourg
Members:Dany (Vocals), Yves (Drums), Pierre (Guitar), Alain (Bass) and Jonas (Guitar)
Discography: Demo 2007
Anima Mundi (Full length) 2011 2.Divine Spark is a punk rock, indie, rock, alternative band from Dhaka, Bangladesh. The line-up consists of Sayka(lead vocals), Imran(guitar, vocals), Rakib (drums) , Arun (guitar) , Reyon (bass) , Rumman (lyrics, sound engineering)...
First conceived in 2004 by lead singer/songwriter Tarin Kerrey, Sanguine are a four piece, female fronted alternative metal band. Sanguine’s music was never designed with one genre in mind, describing themselves as alt-metal purely because no other term seemed to fit, and their mix of sweet-innocent vocals and music coupled with stab-victim screams and grinding riffs. Sanguine are also well know for their energetic shows, always commiting every ounce of energy regardless of the venue. Songs: Tonight, Innocence, Don't Change, Recognition
1) Daybreak is an unsigned indie/rock band who perform in the American Midwest. The sounds the quintet makes are intended to be composed movements reflecting the go-with-the-flow attitude we wish we all could have (all of the time), along with image-driven lyrics and rather strange, but infectious melodies. The band is currently underground in Suburban Minnesota recording their first full length record tentatively called "influence/coincidence." They focus on creating songs with individual personalities; like humans, like nature.
Broken Bones is a British hardcore punk band. Formed by guitarist Tony "Bones" Roberts in 1983 after he left Discharge, Broken Bones played an important role in influencing the emergence of thrash metal. The band themselves later adopted thrash influences. The original lineup was comprised of Tony's brother Tezz (also a former member of Discharge) on bass, Nobby as the vocalist and drummer Bazz. Their first single release was the January 1984 "Decapitated". The follow up single "Crucifix" was released in May of 1984.