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Ides of March

1) Were a Swindon, UK post-punk band active in the late 1980's, releasing two singles on RS Records, both in 1986, a 7" and a 12" respectively. A contemporary magazine, Melody Maker described them as 'The Cure meets The Cult'. Another magazine, Sounds, wrote: '...a cracking rock band in the rugged tense mode of Killing Joke and New Model Army'. 2) Ides of March are a deathcore band hailing from Perth, Australia. Formed in 2007 with the goal to write brutal deathcore. http://www.myspace.com/idesofmarchau

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Dan Gilliver

Dan Gilliver is an exciting addition to the southern UK singer-songwriter scene. After being the vocalist for the Birmingham-based metalcore/post hardcore band Pray For Divinity for nearly 4 years, and after recently parting ways with Winchester ambient metal band Echoes as their clean vocalist, Dan decided to put his full focus into his songwriting to produce some beautiful acoustic tracks such as his debut single "Gone But Never Far".

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Saboteur

There are at least six artists/bands named "Saboteur": 1)
Saboteur harkens back to a day in the not too distant past when lyrical intelligence and musical proficiency was not the exception in punk rock. They blend the existing facets of their other musical projects with tough guy pop punk and socio-political lyrics. The songs are loud, well crafted and instantly quotable. Influences range from Gang of Four to Rocket From the Crypt, and they're recommended if you like those bands as well as The Clash, Alkaline Trio and Queens of the Stone Age.

Read more about Saboteur on Last.fm.

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Red Stars Parade

Red Stars Parade are a British heavy rock band based in Leeds, UK. Formed in 2001, the band is made up of Matthew Dixon (vocals), Kevin Reid (drums), Matthew Newsome (bass), and Charles J. Pritchard (guitar). Although their sound is very much rooted in hardcore and heavy metal it is also largely influenced by indie, post-punk, noise, and art rock. Their music has also been described as having a 'progressive' or 'epic' quality.

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Dirty Money

Dirty Money are a hardcore band from London, England whose style of hardcore is similar to that of bands such as Guns Up! and Down To Nothing as well as containing elements of early NYHC. They have quickly become a well-known name in the London hardcore scene.
As well as their 2006 demo, they have released a EP called 'No Escaping This' (2007).

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The Toy Dolls

The Toy Dolls are a British band. They formed in 1979, playing their first ever gig at Millview Social Club, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, UK, on 20 October 1979. After a couple of gigs, vocalist Pete Zulu left to form his own band. He was replaced by Paul "Hud" Hudson, who himself left after a single gig, leaving Toy Dolls as a trio with guitarist Michael "Olga" Algar to assume vocal duties. This was just the start of the revolving door of drummers and bassists that would characterize the Toy Dolls line-up over the years.

Read more about The Toy Dolls on Last.fm.

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