Since 2007, Fragmenta began whipping local crowds into a moshing frenzy with their searing brand of progressive edged thrash metal. Fragmenta spent the following years gigging intensely playing many notable shows, receiving airplay both locally and internationally and having their demos featured in several worldwide compilations. In 2011 Fragmenta released their debut album titled SEDITION; their intense thrash sound evolved even further, injected with unconventional grooves and tinged with industrial elements.
Yngwie Johann Malmsteen (born Lars Johan Yngve Lannerb
Dakesis are a five piece power metal band based in Birmingham England. Who are currently in the middle of a mini tour across the West Midlands before heading back to the studio. Members include:
Wayne Dorman - Lead Guitar and Vocals
Matt Jones - Lead Guitar
Amie Chatterley - Bass Guitar
Jordan Sims - Drums
Gemma Lawler - Synth and Vocals. BOOKING If you would like to book Dakesis, they are currently available via Dakesis@hotmail.co.uk or through myspace. (www.myspace.com/dakesis)
Bohren & der Club of Gore are a noir jazz band founded in 1992 in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany by Thorsten Benning (drums), Morten Gass (keys), Reiner Henseleit (guitar), and Robin Rodenberg (upright / double bass). They play a crossover of jazz and ambient, which they self described as an "unholy ambient mixture of slow jazz ballads, Black Sabbath doom and down tuned Autopsy sounds". Over the years they have continously reduced and compressed their music to extremes.
TERAMAZE : Whilst loosely befitting the genre of thrash metal, the music of Teramaze conjures such adjectives as “modern”, “innovative”, “progressive” and “groove-laden”. Whilst keeping the fundamental elements of metal alive in its music, Teramaze has the potential to push metal into unchartered waters with innovative guitar work, powerful grooves and soaring melodic vocals. ANHEDONIA- Produced/Mixed by Dean Wells
Mastering by Lasse Lammert.
Jeff Young is the lead guitarist on Megadeth's platinum selling classic, So Far, So Good‚ So What! (1987 Capitol Records). His 1997 "acoustic based" collaboration with Brazilian phenom Badi Assad, entitled Chameleon (Verve/PolyGram), climbed to number one in Europe also topping JAZZIZ magazine's Readers Poll: "Best Brazilian Albums of the Year." Jeff's association with the Assad family also spawned songwriting collaborations with guitar luminary Sergio Assad and two pieces on Badi's Verde album.