See You Next Tuesday is a four-piece band from Bay City, Michigan. They formed in 2005 and are currently signed to Ferret Music, an independent record label based in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The band originally started out as a joke, but when the group found their early live performances went well, they began to take their music seriously. They have recently released their first full-length, Parasite, on Ferret Music.
Realicide is a speedcore/noise group from Cincinnati, OH. Their current homepage is www.realicide.com/ Complete bio, mp3 downloads, pictures and tour dates all on the website.
Cunt Butcher is a grindcore band, formed in 2004 in Sydney, Australia but now based in Brisbane. Originally a solo project for Carcass Butcher, the band has been through several lineup changes and cofigurations. For almost two years Carcass and second bass player Cadbury Redbeard, together with a drum machine, terrorised the Sydney live music scene with raw meat, islamic blowup dolls, pigs, nudity, blood (both human and animal) and assorted other fluids, as well as playing some ultra-politically correct grindcore in between.
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.
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.
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.
The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza is an American technical hardcore band, based out of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The group signed with Corrosive Recording in 2005 after self-releasing their debut album. Their most recent release, Danza II: Electric Boogaloo, was issued in 2007 on Black Market Activities. The album's name is a parody of the Danzig album, Danzig II: Lucifuge, as well as the 1980s film Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo.
Veloz is a hardcore band from Boston, MA. They formed in March 2010 and have so far released a self-titled 7" on Karmic Swamp Records, and on cassette by Pregnant Records. They are recording their follow up 7" in January to be released on React With Protest/Parade of Spectres. http://velozband.blogspot.com/
The King Hats formed in the latter half of 2007 with their first gig in September '07 at Glasgow’s 13th Note Café. They've since played venues from Inverness to London, along the way supporting Bromheads Jacket, Twisted Wheel, Ida Maria and The Rascals. The highlight of their career so far was playing the T Break stage at 2008’s T in the Park. That weekend also featured an acoustic set recorded for Vic Galloway’s Radio 1 BBC Introducing show. The King Hats are known for their great tunes and their energetic live performances. They truly are an act not to be missed.