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Mindsnare

There are three bands called Mindsnare.
1) Hardcore Band from Melbourne, Australia
They formed in 1993 as Mad Circle with the original lineup being Matt, Brad, Anibal and Bomber. In '94, Nigel replaced Anibal and Beltsy joined on second guitar, making the band a 5-piece for a short time. In October 94 they changed their name cause of American hip hop band Maad Circle and also recorded 8 tracks which were released by Deported.

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Deströyer 666

Deströyer 666 are an Australian blackened thrash/death metal band formed in 1994 by guitarist K.K. Warslut, following his departure from the cult black metal band Bestial Warlust. They have now relocated to the Netherlands. A reissue of their album Cold Steel... for an Iron Age has been scheduled for late 2005. It will feature a picture disk as well as some previously unreleased tracks, including alternate versions of some songs. The band is also working on a new LP containing all of the songs previously released on 7" vinyl.

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Empyreal Destroyer

Formed in 2006 by vocalist/bassist Cyclonis Niyil-Ka and guitarist Shadow Venger, with a mission to push the boundaries of extreme metal music. Pulling in influences from outside the metal realms as well as within, the band proceeded to self release 2 Eps - "Chaos Torrent" (2006) and "The Destroyer" (2007), and toured the UK at the end of the year with rhythm guitarist Nordrus and Drummer Rzryx. With play on over 100 radio stations worldwide, the EPs sold out quickly and the band were voted No.

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The Undertakers

At least three artists have used the name The Undertakers: 1) A british invasion group of the early 1960s remembered for songs like "Just a Little Bit" and "I Fell in Love." 2) The Undertakers were Kevin Shapen, Jason Hill, Pat Yonally and Todd Kinner, a garage punk revival band from Eugene, Oregon. Formed in 1991 by five high school dropouts that were more concerned about chicks and beer than if they were gonna land a top 100 hit. Influenced by The Sonics, Wailers, Kingsmen and countless others, The Undertakers prided themselves on raw energy and teen anger.

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