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Today Is the Day

Today Is The Day is an experimental rock/metal band founded by Steve Austin and Brad Elrod. The band saw its beginnings take root in Nashville, Tennessee in the early 1990s when Today Is The Day released their debut EP, entitled How To Win Friends And Influence People, in 1992. This self-financed release garnered the attention of Amphetamine Reptile Records (AmRep) who signed the band (at this time consisting of Austin on vocals and guitar, Brad Elrod on drums and percussion, and Mike Herrell on bass) in February 1993 and released the full-length Supernova later that year.

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Ophidian

1) Ophidian is Conrad Hoyer, a hardcore producer from Gelderland, Netherlands. Using keyboards and cassette recorders Conrad Hoyer started recording his first songs and mixes in 1993, 11 years old (born september first 1981) at the time. By 1995 hardcore music had become very infuential for the Dutch youth and he started using computer software to write hardcore songs. With the artists of the Ruffneck label as main lead he worked on perfecting his technique, specialising in fast, breakbeat-orriented juno-sound hardcore.

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Lotus Fucker

Washington, DC punk band
noise not noise EURO TOUR OCTOBER 2012 releases: Answer = Bloodwashed Noise demo
1st LP
The Wankys/Lotus Fucker split 7"
Penis Geyser/Lotus Fucker split 7"
Exit Hippies/Lotus Fucker split LP (out sometime)
Merchandise/Lotus Fucker split 7" (out fall 2012)
2nd LP (out fall 2012)

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Fuck...I'm Dead

Fuck... I’m Dead is an Australian / band formed in May of 2000, with Tom Raetz on bass, Dave Hill on Guitar and drum programming, and Jay Jones on vocals. In July 2000 Fuck... I’m Dead recorded and released a self titled demo tape, and managed to capture the interest of Germany’s Sanity's Dawn which led to the release of the Fuck... I’m Dead/Sanitys Dawn split 7" in early 2001 on No Escape Records.

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Chaos UK

Chaos UK are a UK band formed in 1979 near Bristol. Consisting of Simon on vocals, Andy on guitar, Kaos on bass, and Potts on drums (although the band has been through many different line-ups over the years with Kaos as the only consistent member). Their lyrics deal with topics such as unemployment, economic recession, drinking, infanticide, distrust of government, the police, and authority in general.

Read more about Chaos UK on Last.fm.

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CYBERNE

CYBERNE started off in Osaka, Japan Since 1999,
they have been developing their own vision of what they
call Japanese Aggressive Psycho-rhythm,
with influences ranging from Dazzling Killmen
and Melt Banana to Jesus Lizard and Zeni Geva. 3 demos so far, respectively in 2001, 2005 and 2009
brought them to a deal with SMD Records (Grey Daturas,
Metronome Charisma, Year of No Light...) which ended up
on a 3-way split with Nesseria and Mu-Neujohn and a

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Dr. Acula

Dr. Acula is a grindcore band from Long Island, New York. The band's name comes from a joke written by stand-up comedian Mitch Hedberg. All of their songs are named after books in R.L. Stine's GOOSEBUMPS series. Dr. Acula formed in September 2005 and quickly accumulated a following thanks to non-stop DIY touring, energetic performances, and not taking themselves too seriously. They self-released their first recording, the Chillogy EP, in 2006.

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Towers

Towers was formed in 1983 when Ben Schorr fell off a bridge and subsequently spent six months in physical therapy. His recovery trainer was a gypsy named John Lertch who taught him how to play the ukulele. Shortly thereafter, Lertch's millionaire uncle, D. Thomas Kaplan, died, willing to John his entire fortune under the condition that he release a platinum album by his twenty-seventh birthday. Lertch wasted no time in assembling his ukulele prodigy, along with stage magicians Craig Woods and Greg Fowler, to form Towers.

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Robotosaurus

February 8 2007: The trashy nightclub had sold out hours before hand. The supports have been and gone. The lights were dim and there was a hum amongst the crowd. Friends had been talking about the first show for well over a year. The anticipation was swelling as people were jostling for position. When the first stomach-churning chord rung out there was no denying things would be different from that point on.

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