Dead On Our Feet is a Hard Rock band from Gloucester, UK formed in 2008. Their current line-up consists of vocals from Ashley Dyer, guitarists Ben McCullough and Joe Pronini, bassist Harry Lane and drummer Bradley Palmer. The band released their test sessions in November 2010 free of charge and will be releasing an EP sometime in early 2011.
Pontiak may be two different artists: Baltimore/Virginia-based trio Pontiak is comprised of multi-instrumentalist brothers Van (guitar, vocals), Jennings (bass, keyboards, vocals), and Lain (drums, vocals) Carney. To date, the prolific Pontiak's releases - two EPs, two full lengths ("Valley of Cats" and "Maker") and a mini-LP, "Sun on Sun" have been self-produced, moody slabs of guitar-based rock. The band has grown heavier with each record; "Sun on Sun" can fairly be called a hybrid of classic- and stoner-rock, with songs running into 10-minute territory and extended instrumental breaks.
Downlink has been punishing dancefloors all over the planet with his heavy brand of dubstep. With roots in Jungle & DnB, he is no stranger to the vile side of subsonic dance music. Growing up in a cold industrial town in British Columbia, Canada, he was first introduced to dubstep in 2007 and soon after took to production. While maintaining an appreciation for the sparse and laid-back vibes of the old school, Downlink set out to explore a more frantic, adrenaline fuelled style, influenced by everything from heavy metal to astrophysics.
The name Send More Paramedics is a reference to the 1985 horror/comedy, Return of the Living Dead. The band originally formed as a side project of Leeds band 'And None of Them Knew They Were Robots, but have gained a higher profile than And None of Them Knew They Were Robots, who have since split up. The band played in the 1980s crossover style, what they described as "Zombiecore... a fusion of 80s thrash and modern hardcore punk", with lyrics about zombies and cannibalism, and are heavily influenced by zombie movies.
Yngwie Johann Malmsteen (born Lars Johan Yngve Lannerb
There is more than one artist with this name: 1) Turbo is a polish metal band. It was started in January 1980 by Henryk Tomczak (formerly in Stress and Heam, both pioneering polish hard rock groups). The first line-up were formed by Wojciech Hoffmann – guitar, Wojciech Anioła – drums and Wojciech Sowula – vocals. Soon a single was released, the tracks being W środku tej nocy (Deep in the Night) and Byłem z tobą tyle lat (So many years with you).
There appear to be at least 6 bands with the name Centurion. - A heavy/ethno/progressive/technical metal band from Belgrade, Serbia, who is currently promoting their first self-released single "Odmazda" ("Retribution") and EP named "Virtuelno Ognjište" ("Virtual Hearth") featuring 3 new songs (released in early January 2011).
MySpace - http://www.myspace.com/centurionbg
Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/pages/Centurion/161858846696
Nomadic Rituals are a 3-piece doom/sludge metal band from Belfast, Northern Ireland. Formed by bassist and reluctant vocalist Craig Carson who originally spent a number of years searching for a replacement drummer for his then doom project Sons of Nothing; in July 2012 he recruited drummer Mark Smyth and former Fylth Wyzzard bassist Peter (Frodo) Hunter on guitar and became Nomadic Rituals. Utilizing down tuned guitars, slow tempos and heavy distortion the trio are set to record their first 4 song EP titled DFWG in early 2013.
There are three artists with this name: 1) UK band The Snakes: It all began in 2002 with Messrs Moor and Davies deciding to mess around with a few tunes for a bit of fun. Without intending to take it much further, there emerged a batch of songs, which, with mates Dan Tilbury on drums and Alex Culpin on bass, created a fire that few could resist dancin round. Headlines followed at the Borderline, Jazz Caf
Powerage was one of the first punk bands to come out of South Africa, with songs against apartheid, the a.w.b., and everything that they saw wrong in the world. Through the time Powerage was together the line up changed several times. This is defenitely one of the bravest punk bands to have come out of the 80s
Powerage is also the name of a Scandinavian band.