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Guidance is a four piece band which started out in Israel at the year 2000.
The bands music is a blend of roaring guitars, melodic vocals and hypnotizing grooves making up an uneasily defined genre of Hard Rock. Each player brings his influences to the whole; old and new, Western and Mediterranean all fall together into a unique whole.
Guidance started out by playing small venues in local pubs, after a while they recorded their first few songs, and later on traveled to Canada seeking experience in a country more open to this genre.

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Bent Echo

Bent Echo are long standing underdogs of the Bristol music scene. Originally formed in 1999 by Jack Hancock and Sam baker, the line up was completed with Zac Gregory on Bass. Sam Left the band in 2001 and was replaced with Zac's brother Silas Gregory. Musicly the band was improving all the time but Jack left soon after and Bent Echo was disbanded.
In 2007 the band reunited with the original line up and a completley new set. Tags: 
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She Makes War

New single "Let This Be" now available! "Swaying between emotionally fatigued whispers and a scored assault...a presence that is both sensual and mysterious while harboring a potential for the more violent" - New York Cool Magazine Alternative rock roots, pop sensibilities and a penchant for striking visual imagery combined with a do-it-yourself work ethic form the basis for the one woman whirlwind that is She Makes War.

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Terrible Things

Terrible Things is Fred Mascherino (vocals,guitar), Aaron Van Allen (bass, backing vocals), and Steve Curtiss (drums). Nearly two years after releasing their self-titled debut, TERRIBLE THINGS returns as a three piece with two new faces. After a lot of thinking during his brief hiatus, Fred called on his sidekick Steve Curtiss from his previous band The Color Fred to replace Eppard.

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Mondo Generator

Mondo Generator (sometimes known as "Nick Oliveri And The Mondo Generator") is an American / band fronted by Nick Oliveri. Nick Oliveri (under the moniker Rex Everything) formed Mondo Generator in 1997 and with friends Josh Homme, Brant Bjork, Rob Oswald, and others, recorded the debut album, Cocaine Rodeo. The LP wouldn't be released until 3 years later due to Oliveri and Homme being full-time members of Queens of the Stone Age.

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Solomon Grundy

Solomon Grundy were a psychedelic rock band from Ellensburg, Washington. They formed in 1989 and released their debut album release in 1990. The band featured Van Conner from the Screaming Trees as a guitarist and vocalist. They released an album called Stone Soup and Other Stories which was later changed to solely Solomon Grundy. Members Van Conner - (Screaming Trees, Valis) - vocals, guitar
Lee McCullough - guitar
Jim King - (Kitty Kitty) - bass

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NB: There are a few bands with the name Milkteeth, or variations of. The following biography deals with Milkteeth from the city of Hereford, UK (Feb/05 - Sep/06) Milkteeth were a duo comprising of Elspeth Anne Macrae and Leila Terrett. They formed near Hereford,UK, both aged 16, after having played together as part of a lo-fi band for a year or so previously. Elspeth and Leila both switched between guitar and drums, and lead and harmonic vocals. Their music could be described as blending elements of folk, anti-folk, punk and grunge. Or punk elephants in lemonade as they characterised it.

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The Counter Armada

Through numerous lineup changes and over a year of writing and practicing, The Counter Armada is settled in what is now a band composed of members with unquestionable talent. Multi-instrumental members Nate Ruby (vocals, guitar), Dylan Austin (guitar), Gabe Glass (drums, vocals), and Josh Shaw (bass) combine to perform a very diverse set at every show. The lyrical content of each song ranges from sardonic and sarcastic comments to themes of activism and humor based social commentary; genres from alternative to grunge to pop punk and everything in between, but never the same thing twice.

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