For a period of eight years from 1992 until August 2000, Zachary Stevens was the mere infallible lead singer of power metal legends Savatage. His huge vocal range, controlled crafts and thrilling energy guaranteed splendid gigs night after night, every single show worthy of a live album. The young man from South Carolina accomplished something absolutely unique in five decades of rock history. Coming into play as a real rookie, he followed the charismatic and vocally incomparable Jon Oliva as Savatage´s lead singer without getting even a slight complaint from the longtime 'tage fans.
From the clubs of Melbourne, to the Filmore Irving Plaza in New York City, 2009 has seen The Eternal build a momentum unrivaled by any other Australian independent band in the heavy rock scene. Taking
There are apparently at least three bands with this name... 01) From smooth, bossa-tinged, ultra fashionable tracks to dreamy yet solid electro pop, the duo of Maiko Mogi and Naoya Yoshida navigate through all sorts of twee bedroom grooves as RED SUN. Formed around 2000, the duo has released a number of albums over the years. They mostly blend singer Maiko's mid-range, smokey voice with the equally muted and organic synths.
The Powermetal Band Ravenheart was established by Roger (vocals and drums) in 1997.
Suitable band members were found quickly with Greg (guitar), Marco (guitar), Luca (bass) and Bea (key). After several concerts and the fist demo CD ‘Timeless Knights’ Ravenheart worked on producing
a full-length album. During the time of recording Luca was tragically taken away from us in 2006 and the whole production was put on hold.
There are at least 2 bands named Desiderium
1.Desiderium is a 1 man Post-Black Metal band from Cary, North Carolina. The only member is Michael Rumple. So far they have released one album called An Image of Solitude and one demo called Alpenglow. You can download all their music at desiderium.bandcamp.com 2.Desiderium is a gothic-doom metal band with female vocal. The band are not active. But they all have their own projects. More info at: http://swape.net/desiderium
There are at least 11 bands/individuals with the name Grim. 1. ＧＲＩＭ is the Japanese power-electronics project of Jun Konagaya (formerly of White Hospital), which formed some time in the 80s. Also known as The Howling Of Himalaya. Discography:
1985 - Field Work Of Em'pire (Cass, C30)
1985 - Amaterasu (7")
1986 - Folk Music (LP, Ltd)
1987 - Message (12")
1999 - The Past Is Still In Current Use (CD comp. / Drag & Drop Industrial)
There are two different bands named Trillium, a defunct indie rock band and a symphonic metal band formed by Amanda Somerville. In November 2011 Trillium released their deut album Alloy. Trillium was an indie rock band based in Ottawa, Canada from 1995 - 2002. The members included: Jamie Read, vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboard; Ben Elkin, lead guitar; Dan Abrams, bass; and Jesse Friedman, drums. The band formed after Jesse heard Jamie singing to himself at school and was invited to audition.
Dubiously labeled a "Tech metal", or "Math Rock" band, Five Star Prison Cell offer a different and non-conformist approach to songwriting. Brutally heavy, Dark and forboding with the ability to switch time, pace, genre and style at the drop of a hat; Adam, Cam, Mark and Marc take great pleasure in constantly challenging themselves while at the same time serving up a dish of fresh new and always evolving ideas to their unsuspecting but ever growing fan base.