Blood Duster are a five piece grind/death/stoner rock band from Melbourne, Australia, known for their fast and heavy musical style. The band are currently enjoying some semi-mainstream success after their self-titled Blood Duster album and an appearance at the annual Big Day Out festival. The band's first offering, Yeest, was a straightforward grindcore album. The follow up album, Str8 Outta Northcote was a southern-flavored stoner rock album. The band's third album, Cunt was a more intense and true-to-its-roots offering, with rhythmic bluesy metal guitars and heavy drumwork.
There are four artists named "Meursault":  meursault is an anarchist folk punk band from kaiserslautern & essen, germany. influenced by bands such as rosa, defiance, ohio and ghost mice, as well as zann, ethel meserve, etc. the fuel for their words and music are frustration about the status quo and the way humans deal with it, as well as veganism and aforementioned anarchistic idea(l)s.
they split up at the beginning of 2009.
Dolphins Into the Future is the musical project of Belgium's Lieven Martens. In addition to running these labels: Imvated, Bread & Animals, Dutch Beer, Cauliflower Dreams and Dreamtime Taped Sounds, he also performs as Pulsating in the Eyes of Vision.
United States of America (Hollywood, California) Line-up:
Vocals - Jill Janus AKA DJ Penelope Tuesdae
Bass - Eric Harris (ex Skeletonwitch)
Drums - Carl Wierzbicky (ex Darkblack)
Guitar - Blake Meahl (Professor)
Guitar - Ian Alden (Professor)
- Back from the Dead to Kill (Single 2007)
- Off with Her Head (EP 2010)
- Eight of Swords (Single 2011)
- Spell Eater (Full-length 2012)
Jorge Boehringer is an electro-acoustic musician, composer, sound designer, and installation artist from the United States. He was born in New York, grew up in Texas, and then moved to Oakland, California. Since coming to the San Francisco Bay Area ten years ago he has become an navigational presence in the noise and experimental music scenes. As one of his alter-egos Core of the Coalman, Jorge performs solo on a variety of electrical and acoustic media in live performance.
There are multiple bands with the name Colony: 1) Colony is a hardcore band from Hudson Valley, New York signed to Frequency Deleted Records. Download their new 3 song sampler.
http://tinyurl.com/colony3song For more information:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Colony/125941924102456?ref=ts 2) Colony is an ambient / dubstep / drone sound project from Italy. The first album Meet, Merge, Dissolve was released at the end of 2010 for free. More informations:
Gnaw is an experimental drone / noise band from New York City, New York, United States formed in 2006 by Alan Dubin. Gnaw is the sawblade-wrapped-in-razorwire brainchild of Alan Dubin (Khanate, OLD), Carter Thornton (Enos Slaughter), Jun Mizumachi (Ike Yard), and Jamie Sykes (Thorr’s Hammer, Burning Witch). Their 2009 debut for Conspiracy Records “This Face” was further infected and finally delivered by engineer Brian Beatrice before being wrought for stage deployment with additional drummer Eric Neuser.
Olan Mill is Alex Smalley and Svitlana Samoylenko and 'Pine' marks the first release for the two as collaborators. The album comprises ten instrumental pieces and between Smalley and Samoylenko we are treated to the sound of the piano, violin, pipe organ and guitar. Other sound sources may reveal themselves to the astute listener, but for the most part, 'Pine' is concerned with big, stirring sound palettes which belie the duo's modest array of instruments.
A UK based project of R. Allen (Halo / UN- / Leisur Hive) & Daniel Knowler (Leisur Hive / Sweetie / Cindytalk) Merging noise, improv, found sound, dub, metal, electronic music and anything else they feel like, The Infinite Three aims to take up where Leisur Hive left off and to explore paths which their previous band were unable to tread. Medium Term Strategy, a 'work-in-progress' EP can be heard at www.theinfinitethree.co.uk or listened to here.
Zeitkratzer was founded in 1999. Its concept of a European soloists ensemble is unique worldwide. The nine musicians, the light and the sound engineer live in different European cities from Vienna via Amsterdam to London and meet for working phases at Berlin. Here, new projects are developed - in recent years as a steady guest of the Volksbuehne Berlin. Zeitkratzer finances itself through free projects and international concerts and thus is independant of institutional investors. This freedom allowed idiosyncratic and pathbreaking programs that made zeitkratzer internationally recognized.