Passenger Of Shit, of the Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia, produces harsh and brutal electronic breakcore/speedcore. He has released records on the labels Core-Tex Labs, Global Terror, Painfree Foundsound Institute, and System Corrupt, often playing live with artists from the latter. He also runs the Shitwank (warning: link not work safe) label, producing CDrs and zines with other like-minded artists.
Sacramento 4-piece outfit whose blistering sounds are considered to be influential in the development of the post-hardcore scene. The band started off with a ferocious self-titled EP (which was re-released posthumously), and following that the band made 3 quality albums, 'El Diablo', 'WHVN' and 'Carpe Diem'. The title track of the latter was the only single to have a video made which featured Deftones singer Chino Moreno. A live DVD, 'Foreign Films', is also available, which features the last gig the band did before the original split, at Capitol Garage, Sacramento in February 2003.
There are mutliple artists with this name: 1. Machinist was a mathcore band from USA. One of the most influential bands of all time for Debello was a little-known and underappreciated band by the name of Machinist. They were recognized as an icon of sorts by fellow technical bands for setting the precedent in amazing 'technical', but were not around long enough to spread their music around the globe.
Ivan Sotirov, known as Thought - is a drum&bass producer and dj from Sofia, Bulgaria. Mainly flirting with the darker, harder sound of the genre. His inspiration stems from sounds in the 97-99 period with a combined background in drum complexity. His first debut vinyl release on Dylan's Obscene Recordings was just the beginning for this growing artist. Since his first step into the genre, he has went on to work with labels such as Tech Itch, Freak, Counterstrike, Soothsayer, Vampire, m-Atome, Backlash and is also currently involved with Bassline Agency and Therapy Sessions Bulgaria.
Dubiously labeled a "Tech metal", or "Math Rock" band, Five Star Prison Cell offer a different and non-conformist approach to songwriting. Brutally heavy, Dark and forboding with the ability to switch time, pace, genre and style at the drop of a hat; Adam, Cam, Mark and Marc take great pleasure in constantly challenging themselves while at the same time serving up a dish of fresh new and always evolving ideas to their unsuspecting but ever growing fan base.
Naked City was an avant-garde music group from New York City, New York, United States led by saxophonist and composer John Zorn, performed from 1988 to 1993. The ensemble was notable for remaining unconfined to any musical category, juxtaposing unrelated styles of music often within individual compositions at breakneck speed. Its music incorporated recognizable elements of jazz, grindcore, surf, classical, thrash, country music, punk rock and other genres. Carl Stalling has been cited as an influence on Zorn and the work of Naked City.
Avant, progged out, psych, helicopter grind -- Tusks aural barrage has been categorized with some random appellations. Truth of the matter is, the more out-there the genre description, the more obvious this fact: Its fucking out there. Amidst surgically precise blasts, frenzied vocals and fret board savagery to make devout fans of all matters of harshness raise a horned-hand salute, youll find a willingness to experiment: sitar, slide guitar, mandolin, swirling keyboard passages.
machinoir is a solo noisegrind project from the Blue Mountains, Sydney, Australia. The works of Dillon Ashcroft and collaborators combine elements of modern black metal with harsher grind and noise elements to create chaotic and dense songs.
Forgoing bass guitar and live drumming, songs utilize programmed drums without falling into the sterile one-tempo four-four sound of other bands.
The band has been likened to Genghis Tron, The Locust, Pig Destroyer and Discordance Axis, however there is a more lo-fi approach reminiscent of Mechagodzilla and Xrin Arms.
There are 2 artists with this name: 1. A Grindcore band from Australia. 2. An American Power Metal Band. PS. Not to be confused with Kill, a Black Metal band from Sweden.