There are five artists called Vigilante: (1) Electronic/Industrial Metal band from Chile formed in 2004. (2) NYHC style Hardcore/Punk band from Sydney, Australia. 2010 "Cavity creeps" (3) Progressive/Power Metal band from Japan that was formed in 1988. (4) Thrash Metal band from Norway formed in 1988. (split up) (5) Jesse Taub's alias, a video games remixer; strong contributor to OCReMix (since 2003)
There are 2 artists under the same name: 1) The Cold was a popular New Orleans band, performing from 1979 to 1985. This was during the Punk Rock and New Wave craze and The Cold drew their share of fans from the genre. 2) A band from Frankfurt was founded in 1997 as a quartet, initially featuring an unconventional interpretation of traditional new wave music from the early 80's. With the first Demo CD, today's five-member line-up joined forces and their repertoire was completely replaced by their own songs.
There are four bands with the name Decades: 1-A synthpop/electro band from Greece. 2-French coldwave group 3- A hardcore from Dallas,TX.
http://www.myspace.com/decadestx 4- An alternative rock band from Huddersfield, England. Currently working on 3 songs to be released as their first unnamed EP; www.facebook.com/decadesuk
Gothic Post-Punk music featuring Andy Julia (Peste Noire, Darvulia, Nuit Noire, ex-Mütiilation, ex-Celestia, ex-Fornication) on vocals. They've released an EP called 'Severance' on Todestrieb Records on August 2009, and a full length named Blind Scenes released on February 2011. http://sorordolorosa.com/
Mode Moderne is a band from Vancouver, BC Canada The three core members of Mode Moderne (Felix, Clint and Phillip) spent Winter 2008 in a small recording studio, drinking tea, getting stoned and listening to New Order, Jesus and Mary Chain, and OMD records... That winter the band recorded 9 songs which would become the GHOSTS EMERGING EP. The band released a small run of 100 CDs which sold quickly through word of mouth, then finally officially released the same album on vinyl in the fall of 2009...
Joy Division were a post-punk band formed in 1976 in Salford, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom. The band dissolved in May 1980 after the suicide of its lead singer, Ian Curtis. Much of their popularity/reputation arguably resulted from frequent playings on air by iconic DJ John Peel, but it is easy now to overlook the impact that the first album, Unknown Pleasures, had on post-punk music at the time, as reference the number of prominent bands that cited this album as an influence.
Camella Lobo & Juan Mendez, a.k.a. Silent Servant.
Drenched in romanticism and soaked in themes of solitude, mortality and love,
Tropic of Cancer's music forms a strangely hypnotic connection with its listener.
Camella Lobo's majestic vocals, warmly cradled by waves of ascending synths,
plangent guitar, and foreboding beats, summon the listener into a world of dark
decadence and delicate beauty.
Several bands go by the name The Plague: 1) 1960's garageband from Canada, known for the song 'face of time'. 2) 1970's Art/Rock band from New Zealand: In 1977 Richard von Sturmer returned from England, according to The Mechanics Of Popular Music "charged with the new punk movement that flourished there. He assembled a troupe of 'actors' and they rehearsed a series of theatre/music pieces revolving around his poetry and showmanship. The called themselves The Plague." They used material from Inside Information; songs such as Frank Gill's An Idiot and Private Property.
Formed in 2008 by Phil Barry ,Be My Enemy's mission has been to pull together Phils many musical talents as a Guitarist ,Producer ,Singer and Songwriter to create a energetic hybrid of electronic and rock musicial styles. Previous to Be My Enemy you might of known Phil as half of Londons seminal electronic rockers Cubanate who in the 1990's produced 4 albums released such classics as 'Oxyacetalyne' and 'Bodyburn' toured extensively around the USA and Europe and influenced a host of other bands along the way.