Glass Cloud is an American progressive metalcore band from Hampton, Virginia formed in 2011 by Jerry Roush, Joshua Travis, Travis Sykes, and Chad Hasty in late 2011. Lead vocalist Roush was formerly the vocalist of Sky Eats Airplane and Of Mice & Men, while Joshua Travis was also the guitarist for the djent band The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza until 2012.The band released their debut album, The Royal Thousand on July 10 on EQUAL VISION RECORDS.
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Alternative / Indie Pop from Chicago
"There is a guarentee that you can dance, prance, hop, frolic and even break it down while listening to Through The Glass."
Gold Skies Ahead are a hard rock band from Nottingham, UK. Made up of band members Izzy Stylez (Vocals), Jimmy Moltisanti (Guitar, Vocals) Jonny J Cool (Bass), Kenzi Moltisanti (Guitar) and Rocky Fretwell (Drums). The band are ready to forge their own place in the modern rock landscape with a sound that delivers gritty rock n roll swagger with infectious melodies and anthemic choruses. Recent studio work with music industry veterans Johnny Carter (Pitchshifter) and Paul Yeadon (Bivouc), whose past production credits include Bring Me The Horizon and Send More Paramedics...
CROSSFAITH was formed in November of 2006 and the band currently consist of vocalist Kenta Koie, guitarist Kazuki Takemura, bassist Hiroki Ikegawa , drummer Tatsuya Amano and programmer Terufumi Tamano. The sound of the band in aggressive while introducing both strings and electronica sound effects to add catchy melody and unique structures of the songs. With this originality and the great live performance...
Storm The Sky was launched in September 2011, receiving an overwhelming amount of publicity for their EP teaser music video, launched alongside the page, helping them to gain over 1000 Facebook
The Movielife was a pop-punk band from Baldwin, New York (Long Island). Formed in 1997, the band put out its first full-length, It's Go Time, in 1999 on Fadeaway Records. By this point, the classic lineup of Vinnie Caruana (vocals), Brandon Reilly (guitar), Alex Amiruddin (guitar), Phil Navetta (bass) and Evan Baken (drums) had coalesced. The band built up a strong local following on the strength the album and their live show, and soon jumped to Revelation Records, releasing This Time Next Year in 2000.