Frenzal Rhomb is an Australian punk rock band that formed in 1992, in Sydney, Australia. A long-standing institution in Sydney music scene but with a national and international base of fans, Frenzal have consistently nurtured new generations of young fans through endless touring, festival appearances and all ages shows. With a sound that is most often characterized as 'California pop/punk', the band is overtly left-wing political and known for their humorous, savage and insightful lyrics.
There are several artists with this name: 1) Game Over is a heavy metal band from Sweden. It was formed in 1998 by guitarist Wire McQuaid (the stage name of Elisabeth Pezouvanis). Game Over's songs are arrangements of video game music, primarily that of games for the Nintendo Entertainment System such as The Legend of Zelda and Mega Man 2. Game Over has produced two demo albums: Nintendo Metal (2002) and NESperado (2006). Some of their songs are available free of charge at OverClocked ReMix.
1. Boston d-beat raw punk with one demo tape out so far
http://www.mediafire.com/?8cm8rhixjr1zun9 2. A punk band. ("A versatile band who have mastered several genres although the essence of their craft is thought-provoking songs. Sometimes they echo the glories of past punk masters. Sometimes they plough the same political furrow as the New Model Army.") 3. A now defunct japanese indie-rock band
Bodyjar was an Australian punk rock band based in Melbourne, that formed in 1994, when they changed their name from 'Helium'. Their song "Not The Same" was also featured in the video game Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 3. Bodyjar have released 7 albums, 6 of which were recorded in studio and their latest which is a live recording entitled 'Is It Alive'. The band contained two of its original members, Cameron Baines (lead vocals/guitar) and Grant Relf (Bass) when they split.
In the early 90’s, four complete loons decided to pick up instruments and make a racket. The resulting din required a name that embodied both their incredible musical prowess and their extreme knack for silliness. The only fitting moniker was GOOBER PATROL. Having garnered overwhelmingly positive response to their first two albums, GOOBER PATROL suddenly realized that fans were rabidly multiplying. Folks were looking beyond the band’s early image of ‘hillbillies with wind problems’ and seeing them for what they truly are: some very talented little bastards!