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Endor

Endor was a 5 piece post-hardcore band hailing from southern california. The most notable of their members was lead vocalist matt barcalow, younger brother of nate barcalow who was the vocalist for Drive-thru/Geffen records band Finch. Endor is also the name of a 4 piece band from Glasgow. Signed to Say Dirty records, their first single 'Hold On' was released early 2006. A follow-up single, 'We Live In Doors' is due for release around June 2007.
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Woe Is Me

Woe, Is Me is an American rock band from Atlanta, Georgia. Formed in 2009, the group is currently signed to Rise Records and its subsidiary, Velocity Records. Their debut album, Number[ s], was released on August 31, 2010 and charted at number 16 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers. Current members:
Hance Alligood - clean vocals (since 2011)
Kevin Hanson - rhythm guitar (since 2009)
Austin Thornton - drums, programming (since 2009)
Andrew Paiano - lead guitar (since 2011) Former members Tim Sherrill - lead guitar (2009–2010)

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Beni

There are more than one artist named Beni:
1. Beni, a DJ from Australia
2. BENI is a Japanese pop singer, currenly signed to the Universal Music Japan record label. She made her debut as a member of the defunct supergroup Bishoujo Club 31, and was the first member of the group to pursue a solo career while being an active member. In 2004, she debuted on the avex trax record label as Arashiro Beni (安良城紅).

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Coffins

Coffins are a Japanese band, formed in 1996 by guitarist and vocalist Uchino. Having gone through several lineup changes in the past, they now consist of Uchino, Ryo (drums) and Koreeda (bass). Their sound is influenced by old school '80s and '90s , and . After several demos they released their 1st full-length album "Mortuary In Darkness" in 2005.

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Mournful Congregation

Mournful Congregation is a band from Adelaide, Australia, founded in 1993.
The music revolves around melodies on electric and/or acoustic guitar and is further characterised by minimal drums, deep growled and whispered vocals. Main lyrical themes are personal spirituality, mysticism and depression.
In 2009, the band performed live for the first time in their 15 year existence, with 4 Australian shows, and another 17 shows throughout Europe to promote their 2009 album "The June Frost".

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Twilight's Embrace

In early 2010, Ben Sizer (guitars), Allan Sharp (drums), Dee Christopher (vocals), Al Venn (bass), and Dan Snowdon (guitars) gathered together to write dark and melodic metal. Drawing from a range of influences, Nottingham’s Twilight's Embrace blend slow and majestic doom-laden riffs with twin guitar harmonies that switch between the delicate and the destructive, overlaid with deathly roars and gothic baritone choruses.

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Catacombs

There are 2 bands with the name Catacombs: 1. Formed in 2000 by Xathagorra Mlandroth and released only one full album in 2006 - "In the Depths of R'lyeh". Catacombs comes from USA and plays very slow funeral doom metal. Xathagorra Mlandroth plays on all the instruments as well as vocals. Lyrical Themes: Lovecraftian, Dark, Esoteric and Conceptual Discography (from Encyclopaedia Metallum):
Echoes Through the Catacombs (EP, 2003)
In the Depths of R'lyeh (Full-length, 2006) 2. Catacombs is a melodic death metal band from Melbourne, Australia.

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Sacrilege

There are at least three artists by this name:
1) A / / band from England.
2) An old school band from Sweden.
3) A band from Italy. 1) The British Sacrilege was a female-fronted metal band from the Midlands region of England. Despite having played relatively few gigs during their existence, Sacrilege is today recognised as an important band...

Read more about Sacrilege on Last.fm.

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Rebecca Black

Rebecca Black (born June 21, 1997) is an American singer who gained worldwide attention with her 2011 single "Friday". Her mother paid $4000 to have the single and an accompanying music video put out as a vanity release through the record label ARK Music Factory. The song was co-written and produced by Clarence Jey and Patrice Wilson of ARK Music Factory. After the video went viral on YouTube and other social media sites, "Friday" was derided by many music critics and viewers, who dubbed it "the worst song ever.

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