1) Ruffneck was a house act consisting of Derek A. Jenkins, Dave Daniels, Dwayne Richardson, Shaheer Williams, Stephen B. Wilson, and Joanne Thomas aka Yavahn. They debuted in 1987 with "The Power - The Rhythm", featuring Thomas' future co-member of Jomanda, Cheri Williams, on vocals. They didn't emerge on the scene again until 1995, when their track "Everybody Be Somebody", featuring Yavahn, hit the dance charts worldwide.
There are six different artist with same name: 1) Pyramids (Denton, Texas) An experimental band combining elements of black metal, shoegaze, industrial, ambient and noise.
They released their debut album in 2008, followed by cooperative releases with Nadja, Horseback and Wraiths and the box-set WVNDRKMMER, a collaboration with 52 different artists.
Due to their highly collaborative nature, they have yet worked with artists like Jesu, Blut aus Nord, lovesliescrushing, Ulver, Lustmord, This Will Destroy You...
Steak Number Eight is a post-hardcore/sludge band formed in Wevelgem, Belgium in 2005. Their current line-up consists of vocalist/guitarist Brent Vanneste, guitarist Cis Deman bassist Jesse Surmont, and Joris Casier on drums. They have two full length albums running: When The Candle Dies Out(2008) and All Is Chaos(2011), which is produced by Matt Bayles (Isis, Neurosis,...). Heavily influenced - in a good way - by acts like Neurosis and the Neurot back-catalogue in its entirety is this young Belgian Rock Quartet.
There are multiple artists which use the name Voyager: 1. A progressive metal band from Australia
2. An ambient sludge metal band from the United States
3. A pop group from the United Kingdom
4. A drum and bass project
5. A rock band from the United States
6. An electronic project of Justin Scott Dixon
7. An electronic project of Tom Moore 1. VOYAGER is an Australian melodic progressive metal band.
Zatokrev is a Doom/Death Metal band that formed in Basel, Switzerland in 1992, they have been active since then, and are currently signed to Code:Breaker Records. Their lyrics are in Czech, Slovak and English Language, since Frederyk Rotter, who does vocals/guitar, is Czech-born. The band name can be translated as "Blood For This".
Cult of Luna are a Swedish Sludge/Post-Metal band formed in 1998 in Umeå, Sweden by guitarist/vocalist Johannes Persson and vocalist Klas Rydberg. After some member hunting and rehearsals CoL had its first line-up consisting of: Klas Rydberg, Johannes Persson, Magnus Lindberg, Erik Olofsson and Fredrik Renstrom. After a short period of time, Fredrik had to leave due to some personal difficulties.
Source Direct were a jungle / drum & bass production outfit from St. Albans in the United Kingdom, consisting of Phil Aslett and Jim Baker. Their music would best be described as a combination of intensely complex, compressed drum edits, often suffused with a synthesis of menacing soundscapes and jazz-funk samples. They were largely considered to possess a similar production sensibility to Photek, but with a more hostile edge.
CHROMES is a two-piece band from London, Uk
They released their first Ep "And here my disgust begins" in November 2011.
The band features members of previous 'Dancing on Sharks' acts such as Amber Daybreak, Plague Riot in Moscow and Data Errors and mixes genres like post-metal and hardcore. Facebook.com/chromeschromes
There is more than one band with the name Hands:  Shane Ochsner, Josh Silbernagel, Chris Schwartz and Jerik Hendrickson are collectively Hands, a band that combines circling atmospheric guitars punctuated with hard hitting progressions. They are a band in which rock and roll meets ambient hardcore and warm silvery singing rivals hardcore screams. The warmth of their songs is in strong contrast to the raw biting North Dakota weather that surrounds them.
There is more than one artist by the name of Anodyne:
1) American Metalcore band.
2) Alias of electronic producer Colin Cloughley. 1) Anodyne formed during the summer of 1997 in Boston, MA. The original members were Thos Niles (drums), Mike Hill (guitar/vocals), Mike Davis (bass) and Ayal Naor (guitar/vocals). The early music was defined by long, noisy improvisational jams punctuated by intense metal/hardcore songs.