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Allay The Sea

Allay The Sea are a Christian Hardcore/Metalcore band brought from the eastern winds of the Newcastle area.
In todays Metal scene it is easy to be labelled as not being original, Allay The Sea's aspirations are to show Australian and International audiences a unique style made by their sound.
A fusion of brutality and melody is the heart of Allay The Sea's unique sound.
2010 will be a big year for Allay The Sea as they are in the process of printing their debut EP "Descent".

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BrokenJaws

March 2008 offered up a great opportunity for a small group of people, with a range of musical experiences and the same passion for hardcore music, to form a new and fresh sound to the Reading music scene. Freshly from the underground metal scene, ex-Viatrophy and 1000 Sins' Nick Brooks was out to spread an increasingly influential genre to the people who were lacking it from their local area. Recruiting ex-vocalist and ex-guitarist from a death metal band, Frankie Says Relax...

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Hand Of Mercy

Hand Of Mercy is a 5 piece Hardcore band from Sydney, Australia. Since their inception, the band has built a strong following with their own brand of fun, catchy yet brutal style of Hardcore/Mosh earning them a reputation as one of Australia's most up and coming bands.
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Horsepower Productions

Horsepower Productions are truly unique. Many credit them along side El-B for the creation of the genre that is 'dubstep' Their debut LP 'In Fine Style' was released in November 02 and was a collection of 6 new tracks - making up a double 12" (with bonus re-issue 'Gorgon Sound') and a single 13 track CD. The CD contained these seven tracks and a collection of other Horsepower 12"s now mainly out of press.

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Rise of the Northstar

Rise of The Northstar is a young thrash band whose spirit was born in the back alleys on 1980s Shibuya. Indeed, Japanese culture, mangas and it's "Furyos" are all an integral part of ROTNS's music. Through it's lyrics and imagery distilled winthin the music, the band created a real identity for themselves, unique, close to 90's New York Hardcore, Shonen manga and contemporary metal-core... Tokyo hold on tight, Rise Of The Northstar is coming.

Rise of the Northstar on Last.fm.

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Controlled Weirdness

South London Bass ambassador Neil Keating aka DJ Controlled Weirdness has been rocking the decks and rinsing the rough beats for a few years now. As a young kid the Streetsounds Electro series and early eighties pirate radio stations like LWR started his obsession with nasty electronic music, breakbeats and hard edged funk. Saturday afternoons were spent in Groove records in Soho buying obscure Electro Imports that now go for high sums on Ebay and attending Spats in Oxford street, a Saturday afternoon club where Tim Westwood would play all the new electro/hip hop coming out of the States.

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