Bella Morte (Italian for "beautiful death") is a gothic band that was formed in 1996 in Charlottesville, Virginia by Andy Deane and Gopal Metro. Their music incorporates elements of metal, darkwave, deathrock, alternative, and synthpop. By combining electronics, graveyard ballads, emotive storytelling and unique guitar riffs, Bella Morte have developed a style that is solely their own, which is aided by the talents of Andy Deane, who studied opera for five years to strengthen his vocal capabilities.
Last Dance were one of six acts who featured on 4AD's first-ever compilation 12" Presage(s), released in September 1980. They promptly vanished into obscurity, though their track "Malignant Love" was resurrected for a full-length label compilation titled Natures Mortes – Still Lives, which was initially released on vinyl only in Japan, then eventually reissued as a mail-order CD. They are different from the more recent band The Last Dance.
During summertime in 2006, three south brazilian girls have noticed that it was about time to start an all-girl band in the Brazil's Psychobilly scene. Inspired by the 80's classic psycho bands, they started to play their own simple & raw songs, willing to transmit this disease that Psychobily is all about. "The Brazilian psycho scene spawned a luscious rarity in 2006, when three ladies stirred up their own twist on the original style from the early eighties.
Punk Rock from Scotland. Influenced by bands such as Minor Threat, Calabrese, The Misfits, Zombina & the Skeletones, The Distillers & The Cramps. We have just put out our new CD City of the Dead which is available at our shows and online. The Terrors started in June 2008 the line-up then was Tina, Scott & Callum. After recording our frist demo cd 'Disasters Only Get Worse' things started to pick up fast and in 2009 Michael joined as the second guitarist and they recorded their first full length album 'City of the Dead' in which Fraser Murderburger played drums until Raph joined...
Cross Stitched Eyes formed in the summer 2005. They play a unique style of deathrock punk similar to that of Rudimentary Peni but with more deathrock and a few crust influences.
Cross stitched eyes consists of people from different countries of all directions with Members related to ZYGOTE, UK SUBS, ENEMIES, ANGER OF BACTERIA, SUBHUMANS.
Feeding Fingers is a trio fronted by artist, musician, author and animator, Justin Curfman. The band was founded in 2006 in Atlanta, Georgia, but has since relocated to Germany. Formation (2006) Justin Curfman, an award-winning animator/filmmaker from Atlanta, Georgia. He had written and produced pieces of music that never found a place in any of his films. With support from guitar/bass player, Todd Caras and percussionist, Danny Hunt, Justin Curfman formed a band to rearrange the pieces as songs and play them live.
There are at least two bands by the name Tombstones. See also: The Tombstones. 1) A doom metal/stoner rock band from Oslo, Norway.
2) A death metal band from the US. 1) Tombstones consist of three men from the darkest of woods in eastern Norway. Based in Oslo, music has been played since 2006. Their new album, Year of the Burial, redefines their formula of down-tuned heaviness. Their doom is darker, filthier, heavier and more consistent. The sinister approach of Year of the Burial sends shivers of cold down your spine, and takes you back to the evil priests of ancient times.
There are multiple artists with this name: 1) Element is a technical death metal band from USA. They formed in 2004 and have released their debut full-length album "Aeons Past" in January 2007 on Brutal Bands. 2) Element were a post hardcore/emo band from Northern Ireland. The track 'Wake From This' was featured on the third Deep Elm 'This Is Indie Rock' compilation. 3) Element is 60's psychedelic rock band.
4) Element is an experimental indie band from England.
The Skeletal Family Biography Formed from the ashes of The Elements (Keighley, West Yorkshire, England). The Skeletal Family began life in December 1982. The initial line-up consisted of: - Anne-Marie Hurst (Vocals)
Stan Greenwood (Guitars)
Roger "Trotwood" Nowell (Bass)
Steve Crane (Drums)
Ian "Karl Heinz" Taylor (Keyboards) Taking their name from a David Bowie track off the Diamond Dogs album, the band quickly gained a sizeable local following, encouraged by this produced a self funded single "Trees"/"Just A Friend" released through the Leeds based Luggage label.
Theatre of Hate were a post-punk, goth rock band which formed in Britain in 1980, and disbanded in late 1982. However, they toured in April 2007, celebrating the 25th anniversary of their acclaimed Westworld album, which was reissued with some newly recorded tracks. Check www.kirkbrandon.com for info. Led by singer-songwriter and ex-member of punk band The Pack, Kirk Brandon, the original group also consisted of: guitarist Simon Werner, bassist Jonathan Werner (some sources say Jamie Stewart of The Cult fame) and drummer Luke Rendle.