There is more than one band that links to this page: 1. A band from New Bern, North Carolina, USA, which plays a traditional Style of Heavy Metal, with the inclusion of limited elements not indigenous to traditional Heavy Metal. Three members of the band contribute to the vocals, including a female singer. Note that (accurate as of March 6th, 2007) all of the preview tracks on the artist page are for this particular band.
From: Vancouver, Washington
Genre: Progressive Deathcore/Groove/Hardcore
Chris Tyvan - Guitar
Robbie Arden - Guitar
Cameron Hunt - Bass
Pat Gallagher - Vocals
Julio Heilig - Drums
Formed during the mid 1990's, Subtract have gone on to become one of the premier acts in New Zealand metal and true forefathers of the local heavy scene. Combining elements of metal old and new...
1) Her majesty is a Swedish indieband. Read more about them on www.hermajestymusic.com 2) Her Majesty is a Dutch Beatles tribute band. They mostly cover songs from the album Abbey Road, but they also play a lot of other songs The Beatles wrote. 3) Her Majesty is a deathcore band (http://www.myspace.com/hermajestyaus) from Bendigo, Australia.
Brutal Deathcore band formed in late 2009 in the Southwest of England. Gage Conway - Vocals
Courtney Rice - Vocals
Matthew Marks - Drums
Daniel Trump - Guitar
Daniel Marks - Guitar
James Falconer - Bass http://www.myspace.com/boundbyexile
I Declare War is a deathcore band from Seattle, Washington currently signed with Artery Recordings and have four full-length albums released and even a Christmas special EP. Jamie Hanks- Vocals
Gordon McPherson - Bass
John Winters - Guitar
Colin Bradford - Drums Former members:
Christopher Fugate - Guitar
Evan Hughes - Guitar
Ryan Cox - Drums
Zack Ring: Bass
There are two bands using this name: (1) A satellite band of Secret Chiefs 3 that focuses on funeral music, and themes of the collapse of human consciousness. Trey Spruance has said all of his Mr. Bungle compositions are FORMS songs put through a 'bungle' filter. He portrays FORMS as his 'compositional center'. They first released songs under this name in the 1990s. (2) Another band formed in early 2010 from ex-members of And Hell Followed With, Deliverus, and R'lyeh, the dudes from Michigan have begun shredding out a unique blend of heavy grooves and aggressive music.
Make Them Suffer is a name in the Australian heavy music scene which many are yet to hear. It wasn
There are multiple bands with this name: 1) Monsters is a 3 piece instrumental band from West Palm Beach, Florida.
http://www.myspace.com/monstersband 2) Created in 2008, Monsters was a 5 piece Deathcore band from Chicago, Illinois. They broke up in april 2011.
http://www.myspace.com/monsterswarfare 3) Chiptune/Dubstep/Experimental artist from Nite Owl Records
There are at least two bands using this name:
1) Arbiter is a metal band known for their clear-cut mix of many types of metal and hardcore music. From dark, brooding elements to nearly humorous passages, Arbiter's music truly spans the spectrum. Arbiter formed in late 2009 and in late 2010 the band had self-recorded and self-released 'Colossus', their critically acclaimed debut album. Only a year later and Arbiter has landed aboard Famined Records and will soon unleash their sophomore effort 'Ironclad/Machinations', a "split-album" that explores the concept of having two sides to one story.