There are numerous bands with the name Marathon: 1. Marathon was a melodic punk band from various parts of upstate New York, formed from the ashes of bands such as Standfast, De La Hoya, and Building On Fire. They toured the US and won fans with their sincere political lyrics and catchy melodies. In May of 2006 Marathon played their final two shows in New Brunswick, NJ and Syracuse, NY. Members of Marathon continue to write music and tour the world in bands like Attica! Attica! and Polar Bear Club.
Nemesea is a symphonic rock band founded by vocalist Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong in September 2002 in Groningen, The Netherlands. The band currently consists of Manda Ophuis (vocals), Hendrik Jan de Jong (guitars), Sonny Onderwater (bass), Lasse Delbrugge (keyboards) and Steven Bouma (drums). In April 2003 the band had their first performance as support act for After Forever, and remained that band's support for a year.
There are three artists with this name: 1. Abel is five-piece acoustic / pop band from Breda, The Netherlands.
2. Abel is also a four-piece indie rock band from Poughkeepsie, NY.
3. Abel is also the name of a Spanish jazz / funk band from San Francisco, CA.
1. Abel is a Dutch acoustic / pop band from the city of Breda. The band was formed in 1996 as a cover band called The Acting Crowd. After many line-up changes, the band now has 5 members: - Joris Rasenberg (Vocals)
There are at least four artists with the name Elegy: 1. Elegy are a progressive metal/power metal band from the Netherlands. They formed in 1986. 2. Elegy were a supposedly German Krautrock Band which were actually from Britain but were pretty much based full-time in Austria. They released the single "No Direction / Pain" in early 1971 which was recorded at the studios of Peter Mueller, Vienna. The A-Side "No Direction" was compiled on "Kraut! Demons! Kraut! Vol. 1 German Psychedelic Underground 1968-1974".
Omnia may refer to several artists, here listed in order of popularity on last.fm: 1. Omnia is a self-described "neoceltic pagan folk" band based in The Netherlands and Belgium and whose members are Irish, Dutch, Indonesian, English and Belgian. Their traditional music takes on the form of various cultural routes, from places around the world such as Ireland, England and Afghanistan. They sing in Welsh, English, Irish, Breton, Finnish, German, Latin and Hindi and play Celtic harp, mouth harp, hurdy-gurdy...
1.) Dutch Death Metal band XENOMORPH was founded in 1992 emerging from the underground scene in The Netherlands. Their most steady line-up became: DeTombe (vocals), Coert Zwart (guitar), Kreft (guitar), JRA (bass) and Marc Bomber (drums). They most likely got their name from the "scientific" predicate given to the aliens starring in the Aliens movie series. Their lyrics are mostly about evil, Satan, and other dark and occult stuff more than once inspired by the work of artists like H.R. Giger and Sir Ridley Scott.
Reason to Kill found life early 2005. With nothing but experienced members in the squad, this band is ready to bring the music to you. Brutal songs and an astonishing live performance, influenced by bands such as Machine Head, Killswitch Engage, E-town Concrete and Soilwork. After the release of their demo EP 'Newborn Tragedy' in March 2006, the band quickly established a solid live performance. This resulted in several live shows through The Netherlands and Belgium. In December 2006 RTK recorded their new offspring; 8 tracks of hardhitting metalcore entitled 'Renewing the Chapter'.
DJ Maestro, alias Martijn Barkhuis (Groningen, 1970), is een nederlandse discjockey, componist en arrangeur. Hij organiseerde onder meer de Dig This!-avonden en de Blue Note Trip compilaties die hij samenstelde voor het jazzlabel Blue Note Records. Drie maanden na zijn geboorte trok Barkhuis met zijn ouders, die in Groningen studeerden, weg uit de gemeente. Hierna woonde hij onder meer in Emmen en Arnhem. Van zijn zevende tot zevenentwintigste speelde Barkhuis viool, onder andere bij het Nederlands Studentenorkest. Hij volgde een masterclass bij Theo Olof.
Claron McFadden is an American soprano. McFadden studied voice at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York, finishing her degree in 1984. She gained international fame when making her Glyndebourne Festival Opera debut in the title role of the opera Lulu, conducted by Sir Andrew Davis. As well as singing many of the major oratorio works, McFadden became particularly world famous for her interpretation of modern and contemporary music.
These three bearded men from the northern part of Holland bring post-noise alternated with enchanting, mellowed out dreampop. With amps in overdrive and lots of reverberated vocals this band made quite a name for itself in a short period of time. They also seem to have a mission to go with their music as they themselves declare: Wolvon gives comfort to those in need. Or as we like to say: Get your Wolvon!