The Cruel Sea is a multi-ARIA Award winning 90s Australian rock/blues outfit. Originally an instrumental band focused on surf sounds, the addition of vocalist Tex Perkins (also a member of The Beasts Of Bourbon and a solo artist) proved an inspired decision. Combining the charismatic Perkins with the highly talented musicians created an unstoppable force through much of the 90s. Members of the band continue to perform, though with the exception of Perkins, most activity is fairly low key.
RABBITS is a power trio from Portland, Oregon. The band comprises one drummer (KG) and two guitarists/vocalists (Sethro and Booze). RABBITS has been described as sludge, hardcore, punk, and thrash, or amalgamations thereof which may be succinctly characterized as “moonshine metal” for the simple, potent, dirty, and often chaotic concoctions RABBITS brews. RABBITS began playing shows in 2005 and began releasing records (vinyl only) in 2006: the self-released “Sloth vs. Bees” 7-inch and the “Lungs” 12-inch split with Under Mountains on Eolian Records.
There are at least three artists which use this name
1. A noisecore / sludge band from the United States
2. An alternative rock band from the United Kingdom
3. A drum and bass producer 1) Cable is an American noisecore band formed in 1994 in Rockville, CT. Though they have changed their style over the years, Cable was originally part of the first wave of bands playing in the so-called noisecore style (as it later became known), combining a hardcore/emo aesthetic with a rhythmically complex, often discordant metal-influenced musical approach.
There are multiple bands named Resin. 1) A grindcore / noise band 2) Without knowing a bunch of bands named Resin already existed, the duo of Joel D'amour and Matt Pacey (aka Forkimified) from Carleton Place, Ontario, Canada used the name during highschool. They played mostly lo-fi acoustic and grunge songs, with the occasional electric guitar noise collage. They are now known as Lemon Scented Shotgun.
Brutal Truth is a New York City-based grindcore band that was formed in 1990 by ex-Anthrax and Nuclear Assault bassist Dan Lilker. Brutal Truth was one of the pioneers of grindcore who enjoyed world wide success, particularly in Japan and Australia. Originally signed to Earache Records, on which they released two albums, 1992's Extreme Conditions Demand Extreme Responses, and 1994's Need to Control, as well as an EP entitled Perpetual Conversion, and a 7" single for the song "Godplayer".
There are several bands with the name Harvest: (1) A Minneapolis hardcore band
(2) A Barcelona alternative band
(3) A Texas christian band
(4) A UK-based band
(5) A hard rock band from New Zealand
(6) A German metal band
(7) An Oklahoma City hard rock band from the early 70s
(8) A dark ambient music project
(9) A Japanese indie band
(10) Jump up drum and bass producer
Harvest (1) Harvest (US) was a seminal hardcore band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. It released two full lengths on Trustkill Records plus numerous 7"s and splits.
Wives was a hardcore/punk trio from Los Angeles, California, U.S. consisting of guitarist Randy Randall, bassist/vocalist Dean Spunt, and drummer Jeremy Villalobos. In the three years the band were together, they released a self-titled 7" Wives on Post Present Medium, as well as a split 7" with K.I.T on Post Present Medium. In September 2004 the band released their first full-length LP, titled Erect The Youth Problem, on Cold Sweat Records. In June 2005, the band released a split 12" with Moving Units, also on Post Present Medium.
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
Just some faggot teenager messing around with FL studio.
There are at least three bands that are named Cog. One from Australia, one from the Philippines, and one from Croatia. 1)
Cog was a rock band from Sydney, New South Wales. Cog consisted of members Flynn Gower (lead guitar, lead vocals), Lucius Borich (drums, samples, backing vocals) and Luke Gower (bass guitar and backing vocals), who had been a band since 1998. Flynn Gower and Lucius Borich (the son of renowned Australian blues guitarist Kevin Borich) were friends at their Bondi high school in the 1980s.