HK 119 is a powerful Nordic force resolved to shatter any illusions you may have about your comfortable post-millennial society. This beautiful blonde creature, at once Amazonian and eerily robotic, is the creation of Finnish artist Heidi Kilpelainen. Her dystopian vision of the world takes elements of the modern human condition and pushes them to the extreme, where people have sacrificed their humanity for consumerism, and technology pervades every detail of our lives.
Semi Precious Weapons is known as NYC's garage glam rock heroes. Having only formed in August of 2005, their buzz and fan base would suggest that of a band that has been at it for years. Their outlandish rock and roll show is getting some serious attention from all types of New Yorkers, and after extremely successful east coast and mid-west tours this summer and fall, a sold out September NYC residency and with THE Tony Visconti (T-rex, David Bowie, Morrissey) producing new tracks for Semi Precious Weapons, the whole country is starting to catch on.
There are two bands calling themselves 'The Feelers.' The more established act is a New Zealand Rock band formed in the early 1990s in Christchurch by James Reid (singer/guitarist), Andy Lynch (lead guitar) Matt Short (Bass) and Hamish Gee (Drums). The Feelers got a record deal with Warner Music and released their first album, SuperSystem, in 1998. It was the second biggest selling album in New Zealand that year.
Darkane (formerly known as Agretator) is a Melodic Death / Thrash Metal band formed in Helsingborg, Sweden in 1998. The name Darkane is a portmanteau of the words "dark" and "arcane". The first album featured Lawrence Mackory, who had a much more death metal influenced voice. After 1998's Rusted Angel, Andreas Sydow was recruited, and handled vocals on the next three albums, Insanity, Expanding Senses, and Layers of Lies. He decided to leave the band in 2007 and Jens Broman (Construcdead, The Defaced) took his place for Demonic Art.
“We don’t have any gimmicks, we just get up there and play,” says vocalist Joe Ortiz of Jacknife. Hailing from Dallas, TX, Jacknife’s sound can best be described as “Texas style brutality” and the band wastes no time showing listeners why they are the future of extreme music from the Lone Star state. Jacknife blends the best elements of the metal and hardcore genres seamlessly on their full length debut album Moment Of Reckoning, which was released September 13, 2005 on Zero-Sum Recordings.
it's greg and scott!
we are totally best friends!
we totally love each other!
we totally love new friends!
we totally love fun! 2) There was a band from the north shore that was named Best Friends. They played screamo. 3) BEST FRIENDS - GARAGE/SURF/POP - SHEFFIELD, UK
1) in december of 2007 we heard that one of our most awesome friends ever, craig woods, was setting up two piece fest. so we told him we were going to start a two piece and he should add us on.
goreshit is a one-man electronic music project from United Kingdom started in 2006. goreshit was primarily a lolicore artist (mostly breakcore and speedcore influenced), but later his style expanded to other genres such as idm, dark hardcore and dancecore. His tracks have appeared on several compilations and he has put out a number of full length albums and splits for free (mostly self-released but occasionally on netlabels such as Dance Corps.
Weebl, (real name Jonti Picking) owner of www.weebls-stuff.com, is a comedic flash animator/musician. Most of his jokes are completely random, or deal with pie in some way. Weebl created the "Weebl and Bob" series of flash animations, which consist of two egg-like objects, a large one named Weebl, and a smaller one named Bob. They talk incoherently, but this problem is fixed with speech bubbles. They have bad grammar (e.g. "You bringed back pie!").