There are six artists using this name
1. A German jazz/funk-percussion group active in the early 70's
2. A French duo active from the early 80's until the early 90's
3. A Ukrainian group
4. A Spanish hard rock band
5. The lead singer for defunct 70's experimental band Destroy All Monsters
6. An Italian progressive rock band (1.) The German jazz/funk-percussion group, Niagara, existing between 1971-1973.
There are six artists using this name
Sydney, Australia band, Hell Crab City do rough and tumble pub-rock n' roll. Featuring ex-members from The New Christs, Panadolls, WWXXIV, Jim Cobain, and S-Bahn, their debut album "Nicotine Blues" is relentless garage-punk, rocknroll. Loud, dirty and nasty. In 2010 the band released its second album, "Full Bore" on Turkeyneck Records. Miles ahead of their debut in sound and balls out ferocity. Dual guitars blazing over the top of a powerhouse rhythm section.
1. Palace is one of the many names used at one point or another by Will Oldham. Palace came after he named himself Palace Brothers for the first LP, before Palace Music, and a few years before the world knew him as Bonnie 'Prince' Billy. According to Oldham, records released under the "Palace" moniker were usually recorded in the winter time, and feature some of his darkest, most challenging songs. See http://users.bart.nl/%7Eljmeijer/oldham/ for bio, discog, and news.
RANT (formerly known as Yeast Dough) is an Emocore/Metalcore-Band from Kapfenberg, Austria, consisting of Martin Weber (vocals), Christian Seidinger (guitar), Joachim Hofer (bass) and Christian Hollik (drums). RANT was founded in 1999. Since May 2002 the lineup didnt change. From that time the band from Kapfenberg, Austria was permanently increasing its popularity in its home region and in whole Austria.
Sam and Jack Craft, the founding members and core of the band Glasgow, are no strangers to the local spotlight, despite their young age. Classically trained string players (violin and cello), they were longtime members of the backing band of Theresa Andersson, are current members of and tour nationally with the Susan Cowsill Band, are featured prominently on countless recordings, including those of such luminaries as Eddie Bo, Better Than Ezra, Edwin McCain, Dash Rip Rock and others, and have appeared on stage with Irma Thomas, Cowboy Mouth, and more.
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Thousand Needles in Red are a band from Sydney/Brisbane that formed in 2009. Clint Boge (from The Butterfly Effect and Final Days of Autumn) is the vocalist of the band, Tristan Bouillaut is the guitarist, Phil Eades on the drums and Pablo Fernandez on bass. In 2010, Fernandez left the band and was replaced by Ayden Mitrovich. www.myspace.com/thousandneedlesinred
Swiss hard rock band formed by members of the original Brainticket, Toad's history is obscure and largely undocumented. Their debut is said to be in the realms of Dies Irae, being heavy, bluesy and experimental. Their second album, "Tomorrow Blue" was surprisingly straight hard-rock, akin to Sperrmüll, with Hendrix, Status Quo and R&B influences. Their original lead singer Benjamin Jäger went on to Island. Also, Toad is the name of an underground hip hop artist.
One of the best hard rock bands ever. Nobody quite knew what to think of longhaired, tattooed bikers singing such soulful, yet ballsy, rock music. While their image may have been at odds with their music, it definitely suited the live show.
Formed in Los Angeles, California by Ron Young (the vocalist whose back is completely covered by a jungle scene tattoo), Apache (guitar), Louren Molinare (guitar), Fidel Paniagua (bass) and Tom Morris (drums). They first appeared on Metal Blade's Street Survivors compilation before releasing a four song EP called Name Your Poison.