“This is technical, precision thrash with a classic feel but a modern production sheen and even a touch of progressive musicianship in among the sheet-metal riffage and barking aggression. KKKK” – Paul Travers, reviewing ‘Unholy Feast’ in Kerrang! May 3rd 2008. British Thrash Metal masters The More I See release their second, full-on monster of an album, ‘The Unholy Feast’, on Transcend Records, distributed by Cargo, on June 16th.
There are two artists named 'Above'. 1. ABOVE is a new project involving Samael's members.
For the story, ABOVE was formed on the sixth of June 2006, it is the fruit of a collaboration between creative minds who wanted to focus on a common project.
Described as "Merciless over the top Metal with an intensity rarely achieved", you can check the first song "Black Hole" on the band's MySpace. 2. This band 'Above' exists since summer 2005 and is stationed at Dokkum, Netherlands.
Suicidal Tendencies is a hardcore punk band formed in 1982 in Venice, California. Sometimes regarded as the progenitors of skate punk, they later incorporated significant heavy metal and thrash elements. The group, led by Mike Muir ("Cyco Miko"), had a rough start that included being voted "Worst Band/Biggest Assholes" in Flipside in 1982. Using the opposition to fuel creativity, they quickly gained a following, performing larger and larger gigs.
Musical trends come and go quicker than most bands themselves, and endurance is rewarded to those acts who in the end find ways to take the aspects of their writing to new and inventive levels. New York's Merauder were on the forefront of the metalcore wave in the early '90s, and few bands have had the pleasure of receiving the worldwide attention and embellishing the genre's conviction as they have.
There are at least 14 bands named Mirage. 1) Mirage released numerous cover version megamixes of current pop hits during the eighties. Many of them were produced by Nigel Wright, sometimes together with Nigel Stock, John Davies & Robin Sellars. Mirage also had three vocalists that posed on the record-covers: Kiki Billy, Nicos Griffiths & Carlos Griffiths. 2) A cult hungarian new/darkwave band from the '80s.
Gojira is a progressive death/thrash metal band from Bayonne, France. Their lyrics consist of life, ecology, and spiritual themes. They were formed in 1996 by brothers Joe Duplantier (vocals and lead guitar) and Mario Duplantier (drums), Christian Andreu (guitar) and Jean-Michel Labadie (bass guitar). They had initially named their group Godzilla, but due to legal constraints had to change their name.
Patrycja Markowska (born December 21, 1979 in Warsaw) is a Polish pop-rock singer. Her father is a frontman of band - Perfect.
Motörhead are a British heavy metal band formed in London in 1975 by bassist, singer and songwriter Lemmy, who has remained the sole constant member. Lemmy started the band after he was fired from Hawkwind in the same year, and he decided to name it after Motorhead, the final song he had written for Hawkwind. The band was part of the New Wave of British Heavy Metal, which re-energised heavy metal in the late '70s and early '80s by adding influences from punk rock such as speeding up the tempo and toughening up the sound.
Originally known as SCRAWM with a line-up of Dogg Bower (vocals / guitar), Dudd Hallam (bass) and drummer Chris Flint, this Mansfield based group released the 1987 demo 'Demented Genius'. SCRAWM then changed the name to LAWNMOWER DETH, with the premise that putting the fun into Thrash and Death Metal music with a madcap slant was the way to fame and fortune. Now fronted by Qualcast Mutilator, a mild-mannered employee in the Nottingham branch of HMV Records by day, the rejuvenated band began to make plans for world domination, or at least jobs as groundsmen at Nottingham Forest's City Ground.