There are at least four bands using the name "The Dead": *American; rock, jamband genres: The Dead, also known as the Other Ones, are a North American rock band composed of former members of the Grateful Dead. After the death of Jerry Garcia in 1995, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzmann formed a band called The Other Ones. They performed concert tours in 1998, 2000, and 2002, and released one album, The Strange Remain. In 2003, they changed their name to The Dead.
There are two bands named Injustice:
1) Injustice is Finnish band from Oulu, which plays nearly every kind of music; particirarly progressive music, pop or punk. It formed in 2006 and disbanded in 2007 after their fist album: The Street Of Gangsta Mans. The great hit song was Green Night. Also many people liked songs like Fire Dragons or Katujen kasvot. 2) Injustice were a death metal band formed in Brooklyn...
Beheaded is a brutal death metal band. They formed back in 1991, with the sole intention of being one blistering death/grind act, Beheaded has breathed fire ever since. Set in Fgura, Malta, an island, in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, the quintet stood firm, against all the odds, and confrontations such an environment generated. Beheaded toughened after each clash, and molded into a beast of tenacity and inhuman determination.
Married to the sea formed in 2006 and are based in Liverpool. Having played together in various bands since the late 90's, the members set out to create rowdy pop that people could dance to. The band draw as much influence from the bittersweet sounds of Abba and Motown as they do from the off kilter dynamics of bands like the pixies, built to spill and grandaddy. Facts & Figures! 1. Married to the Sea played their first ever show at Bring In The Spring 9, New Jersey, USA, alongside Trashtalk in the Kingdom, My Lucky Dime, Engage the Days and Fireseason - the sprung was duly brung.
RED INK are so hot right now! - After their 2009 debut
Pyrexia is an extreme death metal band from New York.In 2001, the entire then-current lineup teamed up with ex-Obituary guitarist Trevor Peres to form Catastrophic. After an album was recorded, Chris Basile (the one constant Pyrexia member throughout their career) left that band, and has since recruited an all-new Pyrexia lineup. A new CD, Cruelty Beyond Submission, featuring eight remastered older tunes and three brand-new ones) was released in 2004.
Morbid Angel is a Tampa, Florida, United States-based death metal band assembled in 1984. They, along with Deicide, Death, Possessed, Autopsy, Suffocation, Obituary, Massacre and a handful of others were crucial in the development of the death metal genre and its standards. Their songs are complex in arrangement, owing to the considerable technical skills of both guitarist Trey Azagthoth and drummer Pete Sandoval (who also played in the grindcore/death metal band Terrorizer).
1. Austrian Black Metal. Features Abigor members.
2. Speed metal band from ontario with female and male led singers.
3. Sludge band formed in Warsaw, Poland. www.myspace.com/hellboundpl
4. Rock/punk band from Kiruna, Sweden. Disbanded.
5. Jungle/trance act from France. www.myspace.com/hellboundjuntran
6. (or alternated spelled Hellb
There are multiple artists called Terminus: 1) Early project of Pamela Passmore and Ure Thrall, both of whom were later involved in Asianova along with Jim Wilson and Bonnie McNairn from Voice of Eye. 2) Terminus were an anarcho-punk band from Scunthorpe, UK, who gigged and recorded in the 1980's and 1990's. They recorded several singles and two albums on the Words Of Warning and Campary labels. A compilation album, "Graveyard of Dreams" was released on the Boss Tuneage label.
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Depression is a German underground Death/Grind Band.
Website: http://depression-grind.de 2) Depression is a doom/death band from Russia that was formed in 1993. Released the demo "Венок печали" in 1995 and "Распятье Богов" in 1996. Apparently, they recorded two new tracks (presumably live) from 2007-2008, and played a concert in Moscow during this time. Monstrously huge, expansive Doom/Death Metal, with a heavy emphasis on the Doom.