Established late 2008, Blind To Faith is a vehicle for pure, unadulterated metal punk. Stripped down to the very core and essence, Blind To Faith wears its influences on its sleeve: Discharge, Repulsion, Celtic Frost, Eyehategod, Gehenna, Darkthrone, Entombed, and Today Is The Day, to name a few. Written and recorded in less than 3 days, the 12" THE SEVEN FAT YEARS ARE OVER showcases the primitive one-track mind of it's creators. Having rid themselves from any sort of preset agenda like playing live or making friends, Blind To Faith offers its art as real as it gets: lawless, violent and pure.
There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Ghoul is a thrash metal band formed in United States of America (Oakland, California) in 2001. Official Website
Official Myspace 2) Ghoul was a legendary punk/hardcore band from Japan. Please change your tags to ＧＨＯＵＬ for this specific band. Ghoul formed in the mid 80's and were active until their front man Masami formed another band called Sqwad in early 90s, and soon after that he died.
There are 3 bands known as Wolfpack; 1) Wolfpack was the former name of the Swedish hardcore punk/d-beat band Wolfbrigade. Wolfpack changed their bandname to Wolfbrigade after a right wing racist community started using the name "Wolfpack"; they did not want to be associated with right wing politics. 2) Wolfpack were a 5-piece thrash/traditional metal band from Preston, UK. They released one album entitled "Total Head Removal" before changing their name to Salem (UK) and releasing a demo called "Impending Doom"
There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Hardcore from Richmond, Virginia, USA.
Name was Heathen before, changed to Heathens.
7" on Thrashed records in '08. LP "II" released in Jan 2011 via Last Anthem Records.
2) Black metal from Cape Town, South Africa
Unholy, black metal blasphemies in the vein of Aura Noir, Venom and Darkthrone, formed in late 2009.
Featuring the vocalist from The Horror Cast. Name changed to Wildernessking with the release of the debut full-length in 2011.
There are many bands with the name Anguish. These include: 1. A Swedish doom metal band influenced by Candlemass. Released their debut album Through the Archdemon's Head on Dark Descent Records in early 2012. http://www.myspace.com/anguishdoommetal 2. A 5-piece deathcore band from the North-West coast of Tasmania formed in 2009 influenced by the likes of The Red Shore, Whitechapel and Thy Art Is Murder. After releasing numerous demos Anguish have just released their debut EP Absolutist. http://www.facebook.com/Anguishtas
Impaled Nazarene, hailing from Oulu, Finland was formed in 1990. November 1990: The first line-up is Mika Luttinen-vocals, Kimmo Luttinen-drums, Mika Pääkkö-guitar, Ari Holappa-guitar and Antti Pihkala-bass. The band starts rehearsing their own material, first ever I.N. song written is Condemned To Hell. The band also starts playing The Crucified & Morbid Fate, both old Mutilation tracks (Previous band of Luttinen bros.)
BULLET RIDDEN is a hardcore punk band also taking influences from crust, metal and the horrendous shortcomings of modern life. We are: Chris on guitar(ex bombblastmen,varukers,violent arrest), Andy on bass (who also sings for The Rejected) Karl on drums(ex black eye riot) and Martin on vocals (also singer for Warprayer). In essence the project was born out of the split of The Reckoning. But the desire to make you deaf has spurred us on. We don't claim to be doing anything ground breaking but we feel special about the noise we make and couldn't give a toss for money or popularity.
Maniac is known to be the name of six musical artists:
1. A new project of The Matches frontman Shawn Harris and Something With Numbers frontman Jake Grigg. Formed in 2009 under the name Maniac, they currently have a blog for posting song clips of their covers of the current Billboard Hot 100 number one single. They have so far covered "I Gotta Feeling" by the Black Eyed Peas and are set to release their debut album in 2010. Their debut album, Mania, can be previewed and purchased from their official website at http://maniacmania.com/
Birdflesh started in October 1992 as a four piece band. One of the guitarplayers had to leave the band because it sounded like shit with two guitars. First demo was recorded in 1994 and the second was out in 1995. Did some shows in the hometown, rehearsed some, drank some beer and recorded the third demo, "Fishfucked", in 1997. The following years were pretty much the same. Did some shows, released some records and drank many beers. In September 1999 Birdflesh went on a Japan tour.
There are a few reference points to consider when forming a thrashtastic D-beat band; the chief one being how much do you want to sound like Discharge, Motorhead and Extreme Noise Terror. The answer, of course, is as much as possible, and all these legendary noise exploiters are to be found splattered across the songs in this collection of EPs by Boston's brilliantly named Panzerbastard. There are also whispers of black metal and a touch of early Anthrax lurking in the d-beat mayhem.