Negative Approach is an American hardcore punk band. They are considered one of the pioneers of hardcore punk, along with bands like Minor Threat, Bad Brains and Black Flag. Formed in Detroit, Michigan, Negative Approach existed from 1981-1984, and now again from 2006-present. Like most hardcore bands, they were little known in their day outside of their hometown. They are now idolized in the Detroit underground and the punk subculture, considered to be one of the elite bands of the
Hailing from the Northwest, Beefy is a massive presence in the nerdcore hip-hop scene. Since 2005, Beefy has been pushing his positive, pop culture influenced message worldwide, beginning with his debut The Whitesican EP. Never afraid to make references to X-Men comic books or video game vixens, Beefy has also found a way to create his own style backed by pop, rock, and hard powered rap production.
Ambitions began in 2005 as a way for Jay and Jeff Aust and John Ross to challenge the boundaries that separate hardcore and punk. Taking a range of diverse influences, not the least of which include Quicksand, Turning Point, Face To Face, and Avail, Ambitions released a demo and began to play shows all along the east coast. In September of 2006, Ambitions released their EP "Question" on Think Fast! which garnered rave reviews and caught the attention of Bridge Nine. They went on to release their debut LP Stranger on November 6, 2007.
Red Sun Revival are an alternative/gothic rock band formed in London, England in 2011. The line-up consists of vocalist/guitarist Rob Leydon, guitarist Matt Helm, bassist Panos Theodoropoulos, and violinist Christina Emery. The band’s sound is defined by sonorous vocals with intricate, often sparkly guitars which float over driving bass lines and weave amongst haunting violin harmonies. The sound has echoes of the orchestral and choral aspects of film soundtracks and often incorporates elements of folk music.
Resolution was a recording project of Michael Harding (ex of 1000 Mexicans - now working as a producer and DJ as The Only Michael, and as half of Animat), with tracks released on the Swim, WMO and Ash International labels in 1995 and 1996. The EP 'Ghostwriter/Houses from a train' was produced in collaboration with Intens (Colin Newman and Malka Spigel) and released on their Swim label. This then led to solo pieces on the Mesmer lp and Mesmer Variations cd (also featuring Drome, Gescom, Ryoji Ikeda etc) and a track on the Wire tribute album 'Whore' (also featuring My Bloody Valentine...
There are more than one band with the name Die Hard. 1) Pre-Integrity Cleveland hardcore band, released a 12" titled Looking Out For #1. 2) Oldschool Thrash/death metal band fom Sweden. In November 2005 Harry (bass) formed a band with the intention of bringing the spirits of the past back to life. New album Conjure The Legions out spring/summer 2012. Thrash Til Death 3) A band from Moscow, Russia playing some weird psychedelic stuff.
Hakeem Seriki (born November 28, 1979 in Houston, Texas) is a Grammy Award nominated rapper, member of The Color Changin' Click and founder of Chamillitary Entertainment. Better known as Chamillionaire, he also uses nicknames such as The Mixtape Messiah, King Koopa, Color Changin' Lizard, Chamillinator, Chamillitary Mayne, Major Payne and The Truth From Texas. He began rapping in 1998, releasing mixtapes and a collab album with fellow Houston rapper Paul Wall. He released his debut album, The Sound of Revenge, in 2005, and his sophmore release, Ultimate Victory, in 2007.
There are five artists who use this name:
1. A female rapper from the United States
2. A rock band from Korea
3. A pop trio from Japan
4. a singer from Finland
5. A visual kei band from Japan (イヴ) 1. Eve (born Eve Jihan Jeffers on November 10, 1978 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American rapper, singer, and actress associated with the Aftermath crew. She adopted the name Gangsta in high school as part of an all-female group called EDGP (pronounced Egypt), and eventually went solo as Eve of Destruction.
There are different bands carrying this name. Downslide was a short lived straight edge hardcore band from The Netherlands that rose out of the ashes of Reaching Forward in 2002. They released a demo on The Decline records (2003), an EP on Crucial Response records (2004), a split EP with Know Your Enemy (2004) on Crucial Response records and another final EP on Not Just Words records. (2005)
Members went on to play in or form Restless Youth, Justice, Hooghwater, Rhythm to the Madness and Union Town.
There are at least six bands with the name "Fusion": (1) Fusion is an alternative and progressive modern rock band whose music is mostly associated to Muse, Metallica, Opeth, Green Day, Pink Floyd…. Why the name Fusion? It’s the story of 3 lifelong friends who started a band in 2003 in London. Clement (french/english), Rafael (french/german) and Alex (french/colombian) have known each other forever. All three have a multicultural education and lived in France and abroad.