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Doomriders

Boston's DOOMRIDERS are sonically antisocial and undeniably unforgettable as they come. DOOMRIDERS are comprised of a stellar lineup featuring Nate Newton (Converge, Old Man Gloom), along with longtime friends Jebb Riley (There Were Wires, Disappearer), Chris Pupecki (Cast Iron Hike), and JR Conners (Cave In). The demon child of their collective unhealthy obsession with Classic Rock, Hardcore, and Skateboarding, DOOMRIDERS are a rare beast in today's music world. Their soulful no frills approach conjures the spirits of Thin Lizzy, Entombed, and damn near every evil in between.

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Taylor Hawkins

Taylor Hawkins (born Oliver Taylor Hawkins on February 17, 1972 at Harris Hospital, Fort Worth, Texas) is an American musician, best known as the drummer of the rock band Foo Fighters. Prior to joining the band in 1997, he was previously the touring drummer for Alanis Morissette on her Jagged Little Pill tour, as well as the drummer for a short-lived experimental band called Sylvia. He has also founded a band named Taylor Hawkins and the Coattail Riders, in which he plays drums and sings.

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Taylor Hawkins & The Coattail Riders

From the drummer of Foo Fighters comes Taylor Hawkins & The Coattail Riders. A small side-project turned into a fully fledged album, the front man and drummer, Taylor Hawkins, describes it as "an accident." Other members include Chris Chaney on bass (Jane's Addiction, and also played with Taylor with Alanis Morissette) and an enigmatic "Gannin" on guitar.

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Black Radio

Hailing from Essex, England BLACK RADIO was formed in late 2005 by Mike Jones, Allan Gunby and Jay Lloyd. Originally conceived as a side project, the disbanding of Al and Mike's previous band, political punk rockers THE FILAMENTS made BLACK RADIO a top priority. Jay's move to playing bass marks a departure from his stint as the lungs and vocal chords of KILL THE LIGHTS. With a healthy addiction to whiskey nights and speed rock there was only one route the band could ever take; TURBOCHARGED PUNK ROCK.

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A Day in the Life

A Day in the Life was an American rock band formed in Dayton, Ohio, in 2001. Their first record was a demo entitled" Four Bullets for One Girl," which sold its 500 copy run in 2 months. This brought them to the attention of Confined Records, with which they released an album entitled "Nine Reasons to Say Goodbye." Finally, they released a 6-song EP entitled "Paper Chromotagraphy: The Fade from Dark to Light" in the winter of 2003. In 2003, lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist JT Woodruff changed the name of the band to Hawthorne Heights with a different line-up.

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Santa Cruz

1) A Hard Rock band from Finland, formed in 2007. In late 2008 or early 2009 the band settled with a final line-up. The band is influenced by '80s and '90s rock n' roll. www.myspace.com/realsantacruz Vocals & guitar: Archie
Guitar: Johnny
Bass: Middy
Drums: Taz 2) Boner rock from the Hague, the Netherlands. Consisting of Guy Tavares (Unit Moebius), Selwyn Slop (Incense) & Arthur van Berkel (Orange Sunshine). Signed to the infamous Motorwolf.

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We All Need Heroes

We All Need Heroes first came to life July 2008 when Danny and Dave met at Rich Bitch Studios in Birmingham. After several line-up changes and auditions, the band completed its rhythm section with Adam on drums and Steve on bass. We All Need Heroes were then completed with the addition of lead guitarist Rich in October 2009. With the full line-up set, including influences ranging through Soundgarden, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Rage Against The Machine, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Bon Jovi, Shinedown, Motown and many others, it was time to take the music to the masses.

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