1) NoGoD (Previously known as 新興宗教楽団NoGoD) is a heavy metal with visual kei style band formed in 2005 in Tokyo, Japan. The band consist of 団長 (Danchou, Vocals), Kyrie (Guitar), Shinno (Guitar), 華凛 (Karin, Bass) and K (Drums). Since 2010, they have a major-contract on KING RECORDS. During their Indies-era on ART POP ENTERTAINMENT, they released 2 studio-albums ("夢幻教" in 2008 and "極彩色" in 2009), 2 mini-albums and 10 singles. Their major debut on KING RECORDS was their single "カクセイ" (Kakusei) released on June 9th, 2010.
Formed in 2002 by Robbie Furze and Antti Uusimaki. Rooted in punk and metal. Influenced by industrial, experimental & electronica, Generated organic noise layered with programmed. Processed drums, mixed with guitars and noise. An unconventional structure and formula that forms the unique sound of Panic D H H. From http://www.digitalhardcore.com/
There are several bands using this name: 1. Lithium was a Swedish electronic industrial band formed by Johnny Hagel(previously in bands like Tiamat and Sundown), and Carl Nilsson(previously in Moth). They released their album Cold in 2002 which met with moderate success and tours to follow, including performances at festivals like M'era Luna.
Work commenced in 2003 with a new album which was finished in 2004, but was never released due to problems with the record label, finally leading to the band being dropped altogether and disbanding shortly thereafter.
Zeromancer is an industrial rock group with members from Norway. The core members of Zeromancer met in the influential Norwegian band Seigmen. During the 1990s this band dominated the national rock scene and even made a name for themselves outside the country by playing concerts abroad. When Seigmen split in 1999, Alex Møklebust (vocals), Erik Ljunggren (programming), Kim Ljung (bass guitar) and Noralf Ronthi (drums) joined forces with Chris Schleyer (ex-Kidneythieves) (guitar) as Zeromancer.
Fawn was a band that hit local fame (Chicago area) in the mid 70's. The bassist, Ricky Young was the Brother of James "Jy" of Styx and always looked up to his older Brother. Still yet, he was a talented bassist. The band recorded a few songs and sold quite a few as well. But eventually broke up in later years. Fawn is also the brainchild of Cracknation Records founder Jason Novak. Known for his more caustic projects such as the drum and bass team DJ? Acucrack, or the hardcore industrial band Acumen Nation.
Powerman 5000 is a Boston-based industrial metal/nu metal band formed in 1989. Frontman Spider One (Michael Cummings) is the younger brother of Rob Zombie (Robert Cummings). Lineup includes Spider One (vocals), Evan9 and Velkro (guitar), X51 (bassist), and GFlash (drums). In 1990, Spider dropped out of art school and bought a cheap 4-track home studio and drum machine. Working under the title "MC Spider", he recorded "Much Evil" with producer Lamar Lowder.
There are five bands using this name: 1) A thrash metal/symphonic black metal one man band from Malta. Sauron composes all of the music for Apotheosis. Although the band was formed in autumn of 1993, it wasn't until 2002 that Sauron released a full length, the four track epic Farthest From The Sun. 2) A two piece doom band from Toledo, Ohio. Their first album, 'Husk', was self-released in 2011 and they are currently (9/12) completing their second release, 'Bane'.
Martin Grech (pronounced ‘Greck’) is a Maltese-English singer, songwriter and musician from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, born in 1983. He is known for his dark and powerful music, remarkable voice, and frequent subversion of style and genre. He first achieved serious critical acclaim after his haunting falsetto track Open Heart Zoo (written when he was 19 years old) was featured on a Lexus car advert on UK television in 2002.