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Die Laughing

UPDATE: Die Laughing reformed in 2012 to celebrate their 20th Anniversary. On the 8th May it was announced that Die Laughing would be touring with The March Violets on a selection of key UK dates in June 2012, before beginning work on a new album. More information:
http://www.facebook.com/dielaughingofficial
http://dielaughingofficial.com -----------------
History Die Laughing are mainly remembered for their input to the 90s Goth scene but their roots go much further back into the 1980s.

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Camille Delean

Born in Toronto, Camille was raised in Whitby, Ontario by a mother who played the piano every night and a music encyclopedia for a father. As a child she performed at various events and festivals throughout Ontario and Québec. At age 17, wanting to clear her head of any outside influence while planning her next step she went to Ecuador for a few months on a trip that was to change everything. Suddenly the only thing that mattered was getting on trains and moving.

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Kataleptic

Kataleptic is a Birmingham based death/thrash band. Starting in March of 2008, the band was created when a previous project involving three of the guys fell apart. Featuring, Matt Walton and Dan Benton of Ultio, Kataleptic is completed by Dan's Brother Scott Benton and his previous band mates Luke Davis and Sean Brown. From the band has come strong friendship, a will to make good music, and a need to make some good, no shit taking metal.

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Kate Martin

As the daughter of working jazz musician parents, Kate Martin was always into music. At age 3, she taught herself how to play piano, mimicking the music she heard on TV; theme songs and advertising jingles. After this discovery, she then set about teaching herself any other instrument she could get her hands on and singing everything she heard. At 12, Kate was performing regularly in her father

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Landon

Landon, the spearhead of Landon Band, is anything but soft-spoken. The fearless female dominates the stage with strong vocals and emotionally provocative performances. The band as a whole delivers an aggressively dynamic live show without fluff. If comparisons need to be made, Chrissie Hynde comes to mind not because of similar styles but because of powerful vocals contrasting the hard edge of rock-n-roll. If Trent and Shirley were to wrap up, Landon Band would be the bloodshed.

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Fron Male Voice Choir

The Froncysyllte Male Voice Choir (Côr Meibion Froncysyllte), also known as the Fron Choir (or Côr Fron), is an award-winning amateur male voice choir based in the small Welsh village of Froncysyllte, near Llangollen, North Wales. Froncysyllte is a small village in the Vale of Llangollen, famous as the site of Thomas Telford's Pontcysyllte aqueduct which carries the Llangollen Canal across the River Dee.

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The Charm The Fury

"Unique, edgy but charming. The Charm the Fury from Amsterdam, The Netherland, has brilliantly managed to stand out from the crowd. The band, formed in September 2010, has a unique take on metalcore and is not only known for its harmonious but chaotic tracks, but also because of female screamer Caroline. Inspired by bands such as Underoath, For Today, Architects and Every Time I Die, The Charm the Fury brings a new dimension to the genre.

Read more about The Charm The Fury on Last.fm.

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