For the Japanese 60s GS band, see ザ・フェニックス. Hey everyone, if you want to check out my new band The Cassini Projekt, with all the songs featured here pon this page freely downloadable, plus new songs! http://www.last.fm/music/The+Cassini+Projekt/Blind+Vision The Phoenix specialize in full on bombastic free spirited rock music which pays no attention to rules. They strive to incorporate intellectual depth into their music while having kick ass guitar solos and riffage in addition to multi layered harmonies and grandiose arrangements.
There are at least two bands of the same name: 1) A four piece hard rock band from Lincolnshire, UK. They formed in 2003. Nightvision have played with bands like Diamond Head, Fozzy, The Imperial Vipers, IwasACubScout, New Generation Superstars, Sweet Seduction, Patchwork Grace, Forever Never, From Almost the End, Kid Ego, Disarm and many more. Nightvision, now signed with Manchester label, Rocksector Records released their debut album ‘As The Lights Go Down’ on 6th April 2009 followed by a series of gigs across the UK to promote the album and raise the profile of the band.
http://www.myspace.com/thunderfucknhorse This is a Wellington, NZ band that covers the most awesomest classic rock songs ever.
They are purely built on AWESOMENESS go watch them play because they rule. They are sick of young guys trying to play classics. They are here and they mean buisness.
Come and get your ears rocked!
Ed Zealous, the most electrifying band to hail from the burgeoning Belfast scene, were crafted from ice and flames and are prepared to chill the bones and fire up the senses with their precision rush of melody and guitars. As the Arcade Fire hit the covers of the London press, fledgling Belfast band Ed Zealous were left to combat an altogether less savoury arcade fire of their own. Discovered first by the legendary Ulster punk impresario Terry Hooley (lest we forget, the man who found us the Undertones), Terry had opened his Good Vibrations record shop to them to rehearse in.
This is a misspelling for Alice Russell, her last name is written with double l. please update your tags! Alice Russell is a British female soul singer from Framlingham in Suffolk, formerly signed to the Tru Thoughts label. Recently known for singing on tracks with Will Holland's Quantic and Quantic Soul Orchestra, she has also performed the lead vocals on a cover of The White Stripes hit "Seven Nation Army" with Nostalgia 77. Alice Russell has claimed her influences include Minnie Ripperton, Eva Cassidy, Stevie Wonder, Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin and Jill Scott.
Naysayer is a Hardcore band from Richmond, VA, USA. Playing music along the lines of Madball, and other notable NYHC alumni.
They have yet to be fully discovered, yet still putting VAHC back on the map.
ChaseMotive are a metal/hardcore band from Kent coming together in late 2006. We have so far released 2 EP's - 'Side Effects May Include Death' and our latest 'Until It Kills Us'. We have worked hard to self promote the band and the latest EP has had sucessful sales in HMV and on iTunes. Having just finished our third tour this year, we have travelled from Plymouth to Glasgow and everywhere in between to play shows.
How many bands you know have opened for acts like Machine Head, Hatebreed and Poison the Well, supported both Pro-Pain and Raging Speedhorn on their tours, and have gotten nothing but positive reviews, all based on one demo?! Not many, probably. Yet, since their founding in 2006, My City Burning has pulled off just that. Combining a healthy DIY work ethic with the drive...no
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Peruvian electronic (ambient, experimental, post rock, indie). 2) English Alternative Rock band with Arena-Singer Rob Sowden. 3) Christian Straub, a German artist, performs under this name. 4) Chilean alternative rock band 5) Australian electronic (downtempo, ambient) project . 6) Polish rapper emerging from Żoliborz, Warsaw. 7) San Francisco Bay Area DJ 8) Russian female fronted symphonic power metal band.