French Glam/Sleaze band that started in 2002 as a cover band by members Swan and Max. They asked bassists and drummers to play with them when they played a show in a bar but none of them actually stayed with the band. 2 years later they find drummer Kenny Snake and bassist Heinrich. In 2004 they write a 5 track demo with their own written material called Twilight, Rain and Darkness. All 500 copies were quickly sold out.
Earl Brutus were a band formed by World of Twist's Gordon King and had some minor hits including "The SAS And The Glam That Goes With It" and "Come Taste My Mind". Earl Brutus played their last gig at Hammersmith Working Men's Club in April 2004. Supported by a very drunk Frank Sidebottom (you had to be there) - they played a blinding set to the Strong Devoted. Lead singer Nick Sanderson died on June 8 2008. The world is a much more boring place since his death.
There are two artists with the name Tiger Lily. 1. Tiger Lily is an Hardcore/Sludge/Doom band from Fresno, California.
Members include Creature (vocals), Moose (bass/vocals), Bear (guitar/vocals), Zerg (guitar), and Rat (drums). Facebook.com/tigerlilynoise
tigerlilynoise.tumblr.com 2. "Tiger Lily" was an early incarnation of the band "Ultravox". The band was formed in 1973 in London, United Kingdom on the initiative of vocalist, songwriter and keyboardist John Foxx (born Dennis Leigh).
The music of the Dogs D'Amour can be described as a mixture of The Rolling Stones and Faces style roots rock and Hanoi Rocks style glam punk. Unlike popular bands of the time, who had misogynistic themes, the Dogs D'Amour relies more on romantic themes and poetic style lyrics. Tyla was also a huge fan of Charles Bukowski, and many of his lyrics, delivered with an impelling throaty rasp, were tinged with humorous irony and pathos, reflecting Bukowski's prosaic style.
The Pleasures are a five-piece glamrock band from Hamburg, Germany, born of a love for all things outrageous and gender-transcending. It was experiencing Ziggy Stardust and Velvet Goldmine for the first time in 2000 that prompted Dancette (vocals) to start working on a side-project, as the band he was in at the time was not glitzy enough by far. In 2004 he joined forces with Lord Vivian (vocals & guitar), it became much more than a side-project, and the first few The Pleasures songs were born.
Formed in Oakland California as the Persuaders, Derek Davis (vocals), Ron Freschi (guitar) Jamey Pacheco (drums) Danny De La Rosa (guitar) and Robb Reid (bass) were in childhood and rival bands until they eventually evolved into Babylon A.D (www.babylonad.com). Later as a band, they caught the attention of Arista Records president and industry music mogul Clive Davis who signed them at a showcase in Los Angeles thanks to their impressive three-song demo, home made video and consistent sold out performances in San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Fenix Fire is a hard rocking band from Nottingham, UK. Fierce guitars, pounding drums and catchy vocals combine to form the exciting sound of a band that is rapidly gaining a reputation for their high energy live shows. Influence from bands such as Escape The Fate, Papa Roach, Motley Crue and Avenged Sevenfold. The band consists of Izzy Stylez (Vocals), Jimmy Moltisanti (Guitars), Jonny J Cool (Bass) and Milky B (Drums).
There are two bands under this name. Wizzard was Roy Wood’s post-ELO project. They made catchy glam-rock hit singles like "Angel Fingers" and "See My Baby Jive" with a retro, Phil Spector-style "wall of sound" production. At the same time, they produced decidedly odd, almost avant-garde albums like Wizzard Brew. Wizzard were active from roughly 1972-1975. One of them is a 'blackened' heavy metal band from Finland.