ACxDC stands for Antichrist Demoncore. The band was founded in 2003 by Sergio, Pablo, Jeff, and JC. Within 2 years of playing together they released the Jack Trippin' Demo, He Had it Comin' 7", and had 2 tracks on the Signs Of An Impending Doom Compilation. They quickly made their mark in the power violence/grindcore scene by playing tons of wild shows all over Southern California. By 2005 the band had called it quits, but in the summer of 2006 they decided to have a reunion show with all original members for one night only.
Trust is a name of at least seven acts: 1) A Toronto, ON, Canada synthpop duo of Robert Alfons and Maya Postepski, formed in 2009. Their releases include, singles: "Candy Walls" (Mar 2011, Sacred Bones) and "Bulbform" (Sep 2011, Sacred Bones) LPs: "TRST" (Feb. 28, 2012, Arts & Crafts). Sites: Discogs and MySpace 2) A French hard rock band, formed in 1977 by Bernie Bonvoisin and Norbert Krief. The band disbanded in 1984, but have often reformed for one off shows and have been more steadily active since 1996.
There are at least six artists by this name. Kismet is an indie rock quintet originated from Utrecht, Netherlands. Influenced by the likes of Cursive, Depeche Mode, Blonde Redhead and The Get Up Kids, the group was founded in the winter of 2002. After releasing two E.P.s the bands line-up solidified in 2006 and started focussing on a debut full-length album. Kismets sound is characterized by their dynamic compositions, combining complicated songstructures with a seemless melody and catchy vocals.
There are mutliple artists with this name: 1) Nocturne. Originally hailing from Dallas, Texas (now based out of L.A.) the industrial/nu-metal band Nocturne is taking the country by storm. The band's CD "Guide to Extinction", has received rave reviews. InMusicWeTrust.com calls Nocturne's vocalist Lacey Conner "powerfully provacative". Nocturne has toured the U.S. with the likes of Mushroomhead, Dope, Pigface, King Diamond, and Bile, and has shared the stage with bands like Ministry, the Genitorturers, Bozo Porno Circus, and ohGr.
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.
Several bands go by the name The Plague: 1) 1960's garageband from Canada, known for the song 'face of time'. 2) 1970's Art/Rock band from New Zealand: In 1977 Richard von Sturmer returned from England, according to The Mechanics Of Popular Music "charged with the new punk movement that flourished there. He assembled a troupe of 'actors' and they rehearsed a series of theatre/music pieces revolving around his poetry and showmanship. The called themselves The Plague." They used material from Inside Information; songs such as Frank Gill's An Idiot and Private Property.
Ilona is FOUR different singers/bands: -- 1: Ilona Mitrecey (more commonly known as Ilona) (born September 1, 1993) is a young French singer. She became famous in France after the release of her hit single, "Un monde parfait" ("A Perfect World"), a high-energy techno song which had already been released in Italy in March 2004 under the name Très Bien featuring Ilona, on February 28, 2005, based on a traditional Neapolitan song.
Dr. Dread. - Distorted Electric Filth, Fake Blood, Vocals.
Mr. Stirling. - Hitting Things With Sticks, Fun Bus Operator.
Mr. Strange. - Ranting, Posing, Musical Propaganda.
Neandyfoul. - Bassic Instincts, Noise Continuity. Starting merely as a concept in 2003 by central member Mr. Strange, the Freak Show slowly evolved into a real entity of the course of the past four years. The concept? A musical, vaudeville, cabaret, rock circus! Similar to what Alice Cooper toyed with back in the 1970's, but reinvented and rejuvenated for a new generation, both musically and visually.
Originating from Bruneck, Italy, Graveworm are a melodic/symphonic black metal band with influence of gothic metal. They were formed in 1997, and are themed towards sadness, death, love and occult. Even before Graveworm released any demo they got signed by Serenades Records, who saw an incredible show of the band close to their hometown Brunico. A demo was produced straight after, featuring classic hymns like "Eternal Winds" or "When The Sky Turns Black", which were featured on their debut album "When Daylight’s Gone".