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.
Just some faggot teenager messing around with FL studio.
Washington, DC punk band
noise not noise EURO TOUR OCTOBER 2012 releases: Answer = Bloodwashed Noise demo
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)
Noise/Power Violence from Australia. Released a 6-minute album digitally via Vile Noise called Korean Karaoke. It was recorded on May 11th 2003 at Studio Suffer and released on the next day (May 12th). Release on Rectangle Cd-r limited in 20 Copies.
World was a noisecore band from Osaka, Japan and consisted of: Hiroshi Zen (aka Left): Vocals and Noise
Akira Kawabata (aka Right): Vocals
Tadahiko Aono (aka Center): Drums
Kaname Ohara (original drummer, plays on 1st 7" only) World started out circa 1995-96. They are the classic blurrcore threepiece except they have no guitar, all their noise is generated via a special microphone created by Hiroshi Zen. Releases:
1996: "Why Who What" 7" (S/Sided, Meaningless Sounds, MS #003)
1996: "Why Nobody Understand?": World/Yesmeansyes Split 7" (NAT Records, NAT #004)
Agathocles is a legendary grindcore band from Belgium, who describe their music as "mincecore". The band started in 1985, and has gone through many line-up changes - with Jan Frederickx being the only original member - but is still going strong today. Agathocles have gained an underground cult following through their frequent releases - which mostly include countless 7" EPs, Split 7" EPs, full-length CDs / LPs, and compilations - adding up throughout the years to become one of the largest discographies of any grindcore band.
There is more than one artist under the name of Cleric 1.) A four piece from Philadelphia, Cleric's music mixes elements of grindcore, avant garde composition, doom and... something else entirely? Influenced by other metal pioneers such as Meshuggah, Converge, Fantômas, and Neurosis, their music zeroes in on a level of brutality and experimentation that a single band rarely maintains even for a few seconds.
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.