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Chamberlain

There are two artists with the name Chamberlain. Chamberlain was an indie rock band from Indianapolis & Bloomington, Indiana, previously having been known as Split Lip, they changed their name and their general sound away from hardcore punk in 1996. The band released Fate's Got A Driver in 1996, toured the US and Europe and took time out to record a new demo. After appearing at numerous major label events, the band were due to sign for Revolution Records, an imprint of Warner Music Group, but a signing freeze just before putting pen to paper thwarted them.

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In Tongues

1) In Tongues were a post-hardcore/screamo outfit out of Louisville, Kentucky featuring two members from Kodan Armada and formed immediately after the aforementioned bands demise. They only released two records before they split (a demo and a split 7" with lords). They were most active from 2005-2006 and finally anounced their breakup in early 2008. The guitarist is now in Prideswallower which other previous kodan armada members are in as well.

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Without Thought

An intense blend of galloping rhythms, intelligent melodies and vocals that flow from touching harmonies to savage screams epitomise Guildford-based five piece Without Thought. The quintet's technical ability combines with heartfelt lyrics to create an edgy, aggressive sound - mixing the brutal intensity of hardcore acts like Give Up The Ghost with Jimmy Eat World-style melodies and quiet sections comparable to Explosions in The Sky.

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Miss May I

Miss May I is a band hailing from Troy, Ohio, that combines elements of post-hardcore, deathcore, and metal. featuring Levi Benton (vocals), Jerod Boyd (drums), BJ Stead (guitar), Justin Aufdenkampe (guitar), and Ryan Neff (formerly of Rose Funeral) (bass/vocals). The band has been around since 2006, playing local shows and steadily gathering a loyal fan base. On December 6, 2008, the band posted a blog on their myspace stating that they had signed to Rise Records and soon after released their debut album "Apologies Are For The Weak" which reached #29 on Billboard's Top Heatseekers.

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I See Stars

I See Stars is an American post-hardcore band from Warren, Michigan, United States, formed in 2006. Their music combines elements of pop and hardcore.
The group released its debut EP, Green Light Go! in 2007 and several demos before signing with Sumerian Records in 2008, label on which they released their debut album, 3D, on April 14, 2009. The album featured a guest appearance from Bizzy Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.

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Tera Melos

Tera Melos is a band from Sacramento, California, that incorporates many styles of rock, jazz, ambient electronics and unconventional song structure all in one, to create their original genre. They are currently a four-piece (formerly four, then three, now four again), consisting of a guitarist/vocalist, bassist, drummer and a new guitar/keyboardist/vocalist added to the line-up. Although they have never released the meaning behind their name, tera melos is Latin for one thousand melodies and is most likely the origin of their name.

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Bridge And Tunnel

There is more than one artist with this name: Bridge and Tunnel (NY) are an LI-based band with ex-members of Slingshot Dakota, Latterman, Regarding, I and a member of Fellow Project. Presently they have one EP and a full length (East/West) out on No Idea records. Bridge and Tunnel (UK) are a London-based pair of electronic musicians specialising in drifting but melodic music, typically heavily laden with weird samples and abused instruments. To date they have released three albums: Bridge and Tunnel (2000), Without Ghosts (2001) and The Great Outdoors (2003).

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Elegy

There are at least four artists with the name Elegy: 1. Elegy are a / 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".

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Victim

There are at least seven bands with this name. 1. Victim is a hardcore band out of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
They formed in 2002 but their final show was held in 2008. 2. Victim was a punk band formed in 1977 in Belfast, Ireland that later relocated to Manchester, England in 1979. They disbanded in 1986.
("Victim" is not the same band as "The Victims", which was a punk band from Western Australia active from 1977-79.)

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Ebe Oke

Ebe Oke was born in South Georgia in the deep South of America. From an early age his artistic practice has been multi-disciplinary with work in many media including photography, design, performance, poetry, video, and storytelling, though his oeuvre is perhaps focused primarily on making music. Mixing a sense of mythological backstory with the tradition of art song Ebe Oke is a kind of Renaissance artist for the new if quickly aging millennium.

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