DonkeyBox is a British alternative rock band from London. They formed in 2002 at Imperial College London and instantly caught the attention of the student population with their anthemic singalongs. After leaving the university scene they recorded their first demo EP Backstage Pass in June 2007. Through the newfound power of social networking they started building a fanbase well beyond their home ground by simply mailing out free CDs to friends in the US. This personal touch in an age where music is promoted by the touch of a button was very refreshing to their supporters.
A Pale Horse Named Death aka APHND is the brainchild of the following band members: Sal Abruscato was born in Brooklyn, NY Started playing drums at age 10. He is the co-founder of Type O Negative with Peter Steele and performed on Slow, Deep & Hard, Origin Of The Feces, Bloody Kisses and various best of and soundtracks. Sal is the drummer for Life Of Agony and performed on River Runs Red, Ugly, River Runs Again, Broken Valley. Additional projects include Supermassiv & My Mortality. He is now the singer, songwriter and guitarist for A PALE HORSE NAMED DEATH.
Pearl Jam is an American rock band that formed in Seattle, Washington in 1990. Since its inception, the band's line-up has included Eddie Vedder (lead vocals, guitar), Jeff Ament (bass guitar), Stone Gossard (rhythm guitar), and Mike McCready (lead guitar). The band's current drummer is Matt Cameron, formerly of Soundgarden, who has been with the band since 1998.
Formed after the demise of Ament and Gossard's previous band Mother Love Bone, Pearl Jam broke into the mainstream with its debut album Ten.
The Blind Sights formed in 2005 because some High School Students were bored and wanted to make music.
The band members are; Rowan Wood (Guitar/vocals/mandolin)
Tom Vevers (Drums/vocals)
Fergus Jones (Guitar/mandolin) http://www.myspace.com/theblindsights We are also able to play gigs in east lothian and edinburgh.
For the French hardcore band, see xDIGx. Alternative pop/rock quintet Dig formed in Los Angeles in early 1991, with vocalist/guitarist Scott Hackwith (a producer who worked for the Ramones), guitarist Dix Denney (ex-Weirdos and Thelonious Monster), guitarist Jon Morris, bassist Phil Friedmann, and drummer Matt Tecu. The single Believe spent almost three months in MTV's Buzz Bin, and prompted the release of Dig's second album, Defenders of the Universe in mid-1996.
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theory of a dead man - rock band from Delta, British Columbia, Canada signed by Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger to 604 Records. The band also includes traits of other music styles, such as country, metal and more acoustic elements. The band’s lead singer, Tyler Connolly, gave Chad Kroeger a demo tape of their music while at an after-show party. So far, they have a total of 4 top 10 hits on the Mainstream Rock Chart.
TO THE BONES “Marvellous urgency and intelligence – all layered fuzzy guitars, a pounding rhythm section, impassioned vocals and the unlikeliest hooks… To The Bones are sure to become a significant name in UK independent rock… Keep your eyes and ears open.” - Rocksound Magazine To The Bones are essential. Imagine the Pixies tackling Motorhead, all skewed pop melodies and agitated guitar work. Singer Red Reppion possesses the most glorious guttural growl since Kurt Cobain shredded his larynx for our listening delight.
Shawn Mullins (born March 8, 1968 in Piedmont hospital, Atlanta, Georgia) is a singer songwriter who specializes in folk rock, Instrumental rock, and adult alternative music. Shawn's voice varies widely standing out along with his rythym acoustical, electric guitar strokes. Shawn travels with his sound man and tour manager, Big Kip Conner. Mullins's earlier work was influenced by acoustic and power-pop groups such as the Violent Femmes, The Producers and the Indigo Girls.