Martin Grech (pronounced ‘Greck’) is a Maltese-English singer, songwriter and musician from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, born in 1983. He is known for his dark and powerful music, remarkable voice, and frequent subversion of style and genre. He first achieved serious critical acclaim after his haunting falsetto track Open Heart Zoo (written when he was 19 years old) was featured on a Lexus car advert on UK television in 2002.
Kaledon was born in the second part of 1998 after the split between the lead guitarist Alex Mele and his band "River of change".
After the spilt Alex Mele called immediately the bass player Paolo Lezziroli and the rhythm guitarist Tommaso Nemesio.
After many line-up problems, the band started to play live in the big Roman theatres.
Kaledon replaced the original drummer "Daniele Staccini" for technical problems with Dario Sacco"
Kaledon's first release was in autumn of 1999. The band produced their first demo cd, "Spirit of the dragon" without keyboard.
JK Flesh is Broadrick's latest solo project, one that
We Butter the Bread with Butter is a deathcore band from Lübben (Brandenburg), Germany. Founded in 2007, the founding member Marcel Neumann was originally the guitarist in Martin Kesici's band. The band creates a very unique form of Deathcore that incorporates Electronica elements. Almost all of the songs by the duo are covers of German nursery rhymes. They claim to draw influence from Waking The Cadaver, Annotations of an Autopsy and Job For A Cowboy. Bandmembers:
Confessions Of A Traitor are a 5 piece Metalcore/ Hardcore band from Essex and Surrey, UK. The band formed in February 2013 through their mutual love of metal. The band recorded their début EP in August 2013 which is free to download via https://www.facebook.com/confessionsofatraitor.
They have gained a reputation for a tight and energetic live show.
The band consists of Stephen MacConville Vocals, Chris Wallace Guitar/Vocals, Jack Darnell Guitar, Tony Nagle Bass and jay ellis Drums.
The band formed in 2005. Hailing from Macedonia of all off-the-beaten track places, Serpentine Fire (no relation to the Earth, Wind & Fire
song of the same name) play a strikingly and well-produced concoction of mid- to uptempo traditional metal with subtle thrash underpinnings (if you’ll pardon the oxymoron-like couplet “subtle thrash”). In other words, this is somewhat akin to “power metal” as it was known in the mid-eighties: the chunk-riffed median between plain ol’ heavy metal and all-out thrash.
Hailing from Los Angeles, CA, Donnybrook brings an old-school, in-your-face style that has drawn comparisons to Madball, Death Threat, and District 9. The group was formed in early 2003 by six friends who were fed up with the insincerity plaguing the scene they grew up loving and believing in. With their debut four-song EP now out on 1917 Records, coupled with their plans to tour both the East and West coasts (and soon after, the world!), and you'll see why Donnybrook is poised to thrust themselves into the mix with hardcore's heaviest hitters.