"The musical machine gun of Will Vokac and Ben Schreiber's finger-tapped guitars is still there, but the addition of Daniel Fancis' vocals has pushed the group into uncharted territory. One could go on and on about the ways in which Fancis bounces from expression to expression, often ripping into a soulful cry before sinking into a whisper (give the standout "Built to Last" a try). His rambling lyrics drop facts, allusions, secrets, and tall-tales with equal earnestness and we're not sure whether to believe all of it or none of it.
No Consequence are a Southern UK 6-piece, now signed to Basick Records. The bands style can loosely be described as progressive/tech metal, however, influences can be heard from death metal and hardcore, all the way to jazz fusion. The band are currently writing/recording their debut full length, coming summer 09! The bands current line up is: Phil W - vocals
Kaan - vocals
Dan - guitar
Harry - guitar
Tom - bass
Phil B - drums
There are two bands who have used this name.
1) A progressive rock band from Devon, UK.
2) An experimental pop band from Tampa, USA. 1) London based band, formed in 1970 as a four-piece band. Initially building a large following in Holland and Germany, Home's largest British gig was a Wembley concert supporting Led Zeppelin.
The band released 3 albums; Pause for a Hoarse Horse (1971), Home (1972) and The Alchemist (1973)
Aeon Zen released a debut album "A Mind's Portrait" in 2009. Noted for its catchy melodies, diverse mix of songs and styles, progressive time changes, there is something there for everyone. It started in 2006 when Rich Hinks, with his local Cambridge musician friends, played and composed music influenced by prog rock and metal. With the friends split to various universities around the UK at age 18 it was great that one of them, Lloyd Musto was at the same university in London UK as Rich.
Spanwise Filament is Anna Hetherington, a musician / vocalist / composer / producer living in Leeds, UK.
Anna's guitar, piano, vocal and electronic based music can be found on the albums 'Ships', 'Ellipsis' or 'Retriever', whereas her more purely electronic music is featured on 'The Stop from Doing Nothing Collection'.
Some are SONGS, some are TRACKS.
What you'll find is eclectic and unique.
Soon to be performed live...
Zeus! is an italian heavy experimental duo composed by Luca Cavina (Calibro 35, Transgender, Hellish, Pornoise, Pixel Johnson, Beatrice Antolini) on distorted bass and Paolo Mongardi (Transgender, Rebelde, Il Genio, Jennifer Gentle, Mortuaria, Taunt/State Of The Art Living Dead) on distorted drums. http://www.myspace.com/zeuspower
To some, it must seem like this young electronic producer came out of nowhere. Emancipator (Douglas Appling) played his first live show in July 2009, opening for Bonobo at the Roseland Theater (cap. 1500). Since then, he’s toured with Bassnectar, drawn crowds at festivals like Trinumeral and Symbiosis, and closed out Sound Tribe Sector 9’s late night parties in Denver at the request of the band.
Otep is a nu metal band formed in 2000 in Los Angeles, California by Otep Shamaya. The band originally formed as a four-piece nu metal band and were invited to play Ozzfest before they had even signed to a label after Sharon Osbourne witnessed a brief part of their live performance. They've since played Ozzfest several times. Otep have since released five full-length albums featuring many session musicians including Greg Wells, Joey Jordison of Slipknot, Koichi Fukuda of Static-X, Emilie Autumn, Tony Campos of Soulfly and Asesino (ex-Static-X), and Ulrich Wild.
A 6 piece metal band consisting of violin, 2 guitars, bass, drums, clean and extreme vocals; Ne Obliviscaris hail from Melbourne, Australia, and include a vast array of influences within their sound from progressive to black, thrash, death and melodic metal, and even western art music, jazz and flamenco. Creating music of many extremes, and with compositions often exceeding ten minutes in length...