Holocausto Canibal is a band from Porto that was manifested during the Autumn of 1997, assembled by erstwhile members of acts such as Nephrit, Web, Dying Season, Wintershades and Impious in vocalist Ricardo Silva, guitarist Nuno, bassist Zé Pedro and drummer João Lamela. The first line up change occurred in October 1998 when Silva was asked to leave. New man Carlos would be drafted for recording of the rehearsal demo 'oPus I'.
Galchen are an instrumental band from Glasgow, born out of their own recording studios in the city's south side. Their stunning live performances and debut 'RED DOT' EP have earned them a reputation as one of Glasgow's best kept secrets. Comparisons to compatriots Mogwai have been drawn, but this association has made it difficult for them to distinguish themselves as a new and unique talent. The band have performed with the likes of Belle & Sebastien, !!! (chk chk chk) and Schneider TM.
The #1 all-metal tribute band to the Bee Gees in the tri-state area!
Rapids! are a 5 piece UK band in the Bournemouth /Southampton / Portsmouth / South Coast area. They play songs with inventive drums. solid bass, delayed and fractured guitar riffs, hard and soft vocals with a sprinkling of synths. 3 demo songs have been recorded which are free to download here. Rapids! have so for had the pleasure of playing with (or are due to play with:
4 or 5 Magicians
The Chapman Family
The Victorian English Gentlemans Club
Elephants (Jan 10)
Formed at the tail-end of 2007 with the intentions of merging classic 60s pop rock sounds with the late 70s and 80s Manchester scene. The future is looking bright for the young lads, keep watching.
The Peacocks are a punk/psychobilly/rockabilly band from Switzerland and the current members are: Hasu Langhard (vocals/guitar), Simon Langhard (upright bass) and Jürg Luder (drums). The first show happened in 1990. The band back then was on guitar, on drums and on double bass. It was very rockabilly orientated poppy psychobilly with lots of cover versions. After playing a few birthday parties, The Peacocks sort of broke up because Michi quit the band, but The Peacocks restarted one year later when Simon, Hasu's brother, who learned the double bass, joined the band.