There are more than 6 bands with the name Arcadia: a British pop band, an Australian Metalcore band, an Italian industrial/thrash metal band, a Japanese power metal band , a Canadian Christian Rock band, a Latin band, a Filipino Metalcore band. 1. Arcadia was the pop group formed in 1985 by Simon Le Bon, Nick Rhodes and Roger Taylor of Duran Duran, during a break in that band's schedule. However, Roger Taylor appeared in only a few band photographs and in none of the music videos...
Mechagodzilla was formed in 1997 by young people aiming to make an horrific noise for a bit of a laugh. Their main influences were people unconvincingly dressed as monsters and loud fast things. Over the years very little has changed, apart from the line-up and some grey hairs. Mechagodzilla tread the fine line between inspired art, and a celebration of stupidity - more often than not the line becomes quite blurred, which is all part of the idea.
Thy Art Is Murder is a five-piece deathcore band hailing from New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. They have a 2005 self released demo titled This Hole isn't Deep Enough and a 2008 EP released under Skull And Bones Records titled Infinite Death. In July of 2010, they released their debut full-length album The Adversary in Australia and to iTunes.
Thy Art is Murder is categorized by their extreme sound. Their sound is centered around their well-timed drum beats and dueling down tuned guitars.
Michael Allan Patton (born January 27, 1968, in Eureka, California) is an American singer, songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and video game voice actor, best known as the lead singer of the rock band Faith No More from 1988 to 1998, which recently reunited in 2009 and will be touring Europe this summer. He has also handled lead vocals and composed music for Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk, Lovage, Fantômas, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Moonchild Trio and Peeping Tom.
Necrophagia is an american death metal band assembled in Wellsville, Ohio in 1983. They were one of the first death metal bands and were a popular group in the underground "tape trading" scene of the early-to-mid-1980s. Featuring hard-driving metal and growling vocals, Necrophagia became a pioneer in the fledgling extreme metal genre. Their first full-length album, Season of the Dead, was recorded and released in 1987.
Bethlehem is a dark metal band from Grevenbroich, Germany, formed in 1991 by Jürgen Bartsch and Kläus Matton. Before begetting Bethlehem, Bartsch and Matton used to play in a German Thrash metal band called Morbid Vision. Much of the themes in their lyrics revolve around sickness, morbidity, suicide, death and madness that may to some extent be personal to the band, though they are very difficult to understand even for German speakers because they make absolutely no sense whatsoever.
Richard was born there but is always trying to come here. Richard was born very young and always hoped to die very old.
After his second death (both in young age) he decided that he would never hope anything again.
In his new life free of hope, Richard tries to forget the things that he still remember. Since then nobody never heard anything about a new death in Richard
Icelandic guitarist Hilmar Jensson formed this trio with his downtown New York pals, Jim Black and Andrew d'Angelo, to create a sonic environment filled with jagged grooves, unpredictable improvs, and live electronic transformations. A provocative atmosphere hovers over the musics: nothing goes on for very long, and there are frequent change-ups of tone and style. D'Angelo's acerbic alto sax and bass clarinet sounds combine with Jensson's stringent lines and Black's slashing attack, but equally there are moments of disquieting reverie, and it's all performed with composure and conviction.
Michelle McManus (born on 8 May 1980, in Glasgow, Scotland) is a Scottish singer who found fame after winning the second season of Pop Idol in the United Kingdom. Michelle has subsequently had brief success as a recording artist. Since then, she has gone on to host a successful Scottish television programme called The Hour and has presented a series of Big Band specials on BBC 2. She also sang for the Pope in September 2010 alongside Susan Boyle.