Oh, Sleeper is a metalcore band from Fort Worth, Texas signed to Solid State Records. Oh, Sleeper formed in April of 2006 after former members of short-lived rock band Terminal got together with former Between the Buried and Me guitarist Shane Blay. Eventually they found a vocalist in Micah Kinard and began practicing. As the 4 members began sledging through all the normal problems of a band start-up (no place to practice, no money and different schedules) the biggest obstacle was finding the last and final member.
A band from the Southwest of England that has been described as prog, indie punk. They have also won best unsigned band of the week on Steve Lamacq's BBC 6music radio show. More information can be found at: http://www.myspace.com/scientisttheorangepip
Disambiguation : Magnets - American Instrumental Band
The Magnets - British Vocal Group American Magnets : Hailing from Denton, Texas, Magnets meld traditional rock elements with more unorthodox compositional ideas. They released their first eponymous EP, in November 2008 British The Magnets : The Magnets are a 6 piece British a cappella group. Formed of Nicolaas Doodson, Michael Welton, James Fortune, Andrew Frost, Stephen Trowell and Derek Elroy. The group formed whilst at university together in a production of Guys and Dolls.
At least two bands call themselves Mare: one was a progressive sludge band from Oakville/Burlington, Canada, the other is a black metal band from Trondheim, Norway. 1) Mare from Oakville/Burlington was a band orchestrated primarily by frontman Tyler Semrick-Palmateer, previously on vocal duty for tech-metal outfit The End. In a unique mixture of sludge, doom metal and and other textures that defy immediate genres or categorization...
There are 6 artists with the name Shorty. (1) Shorty was officially born in 1991 under the guise of vocalist Al Johnson and guitarist Mark Shippy. Along with drummer Todd Lamparelli and bassist Luke Frantom, they released three singles and two albums.
The group became Shorty and decided to officially keep the moniker in September. Atlanta, GA, label Worry Bird released the band's first 7", Last One in My Mouth Is a Jerk, late that year.