With an energetic and captivating live show, Underline The Sky will leave you gasping for air on their relentless drive for success. Airtime on Radio 1, and a newly formed street team, show that this female fronted band are well on their way as they travel the country promoting their new EP "From 15 Stories High". Laden with pop hooks, harmonies and hard hitting rhythms, you'll be singing and dancing till every last drop of energy is drawn from your body.
The Dresden Dolls are an American musical duo from Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Formed in 2001, the group consists of Amanda Palmer (vocals, piano, ukulele, toy piano, harmonica) and Brian Viglione (drums, percussion, guitar, vocals). They describe their heavily art-damaged and theatrical style as "Brechtian punk cabaret", a phrase invented by Palmer because she was "terrified" that the press would invent a name that "would involve the word 'gothic'," and are part of an underground dark cabaret movement that started gaining momentum in the early 1990s.
Chase Long Beach, a Long Beach, California, ska-punk band, was formed in 2002 with Karen Roberts on vocals, Patt Fitzgerald on bass, and Ryan Sandoval on guitar. The band went through several members and played constant local shows in bars and clubs, but didn't achieve much commercial success. Eventually the band reformed itself in order to take a more serious direction, picking up Dustin Feldt and Ryan "Grandpa" Humphrey on trombone, Jimmy Finch on keyboards, Tristan Dolce on trumpet, Russell Feldt on lead guitar, and Jarod Freeman on drums.
"XRay Eyeballs is OJ and Carly (from NYC rockers Golden Triangle) new drum machine driven dark punk project. Bathed in reverb, low fi sheen, and weirdo grit, XRay Eyeballs sounds like two drifter kids covered in makeup and glitter trying to escape a dead city skyline proclaiming their love for each other as the world just passes them by. Creeped out and charming all at once. If the world died but the songs kept playing." - SDREED, Night-People Records
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Atrocity is a German Death/industrial/gothic metal band formed in Ludwigsburg. ___________ 2) Atrocity are a Death Metal/Grindcore band from Torrington, Connecticut.
___________ 3) Atrocity/b] were a punk band in the 80's from Berkeley, California who were featured on Aaron Cometbus' "Lest We Forget" compilation tape. ___________ 4) Atrocity were a danish post punk band from Albertslund/Brøndby, The band were inspired by Joy division.
There is more than one artist with the name Fire Exit. 1) Fire Exit is a Scottish Punk band formed in Glasgow in 1977.
They are heavily influenced by both the '77 and uk82 punk scenes. The current line-up consists of:
Gerry - Vocals,
Brian - Guitar + Backing Vocals
George - Bass + Backing Vocals
Norrie - Drums + Backing Vocals
Mo - Vocals from front of stage 2) Fire Exit is a progressive Alternative band from New Delhi.
The band's influences include Porcupine Tree and Tool. Subhadra Kamath: VOCALS
Nemesea is a symphonic rock band founded by vocalist Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong in September 2002 in Groningen, The Netherlands. The band currently consists of Manda Ophuis (vocals), Hendrik Jan de Jong (guitars), Sonny Onderwater (bass), Lasse Delbrugge (keyboards) and Steven Bouma (drums). In April 2003 the band had their first performance as support act for After Forever, and remained that band's support for a year.
Joan Jett (born Joan Marie Larkin on September 22, 1958 in Wynnewood, Pennsylvania) is an American rock singer and guitarist. She was the guitarist for the rock group The Runaways from 1975 to 1979, after which she released two solo albums - 1980's "Joan Jett" and 1981's "Bad Reputation" - before forming her own group, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. "The Hit List" (1990), a covers album recorded by Joan Jett and The Blackhearts, was labeled as being by Jett alone.
Lombard is a Polish rock band popular during 1980s and the beginning of 1990s. Lombard was formed in 1981. In 1982 one of the vocalists, Wanda Kwietniewska left the band to form her own band called Banda i Wanda. In 1983 the band took part in National Festival of Polish Song in Opole and won the Audience Price and 2nd Jury Price for the song "Szklana Pogoda". In 1985, Lombard decided not to participate in the Soviet Song Festival which caused their absence in Opole that year. In 1999 Małgorzata Ostrowska left the band to start her solo career and Marta Cugier took her place.
Los Angeles based singer-songwriter Beth Hart, known for her raw and powerful blues-rock sound, wraps her expressive vocals around classic soul cover album Don’t Explain—an album that grew out of her friendship with blues-rock guitarist Joe Bonamassa. Produced by Kevin Shirley (Joe Bonamassa, Led Zeppelin, Black Crowes), the album features Hart’s interpretations of ten soulful blues songs, with Bonamassa on guitar and his ace band filling out the tracks.