There are two artists called The Contortionist. 1) A progressive deathcore band from Indianapolis: Bottom heavy open chords that resonate strong enough to shake the core of the earth. Skyrocketing bursts of oscillating guitar leads layer an ominous and dark undercurrent of rhythm. While hardcore punk may be the sound that rules the day in The Contortionist hometown of Indianapolis, it is the band
Prepared Like A Bride is a Gold Coast based post-hardcore band. The 5-piece outfit appeared on the local scene in August 2009 but their experiences as band members dates back much further. With a strong Christian message behind their music, Prepared Like A Bride
1) Her majesty is a Swedish indieband. Read more about them on www.hermajestymusic.com 2) Her Majesty is a Dutch Beatles tribute band. They mostly cover songs from the album Abbey Road, but they also play a lot of other songs The Beatles wrote. 3) Her Majesty is a deathcore band (http://www.myspace.com/hermajestyaus) from Bendigo, Australia.
Winds Of Plague is a symphonic deathcore band from LA, USA. The band was originally named "bleak december", but changed their name in April 2005, getting their name from the lyrics in Unearth's song "Endless", from their 2002 EP of the same name. The band contains the heavy breakdowns and stance towards music of the new wave of deathcore bands, but their unique use of more epic, melodic keyboard driven passages put them in the front of the pack.
(2009 - present)
Armada In The Dusk is a 6 piece experimental metalcore band with members from the Southside of Brisbane as well as the Sunshine Coast. The Armada lads have spent the last year tirelessly working on building a solid fan base in Brisbane, North Queensland, and even New South Wales. The band prides themselves on their stage performance and encourage you to attend a show to find yourself both amused and disgusted but none the less entertained. Discography:
1) Were a Swindon, UK post-punk band active in the late 1980's, releasing two singles on RS Records, both in 1986, a 7" and a 12" respectively. A contemporary magazine, Melody Maker described them as 'The Cure meets The Cult'. Another magazine, Sounds, wrote: '...a cracking rock band in the rugged tense mode of Killing Joke and New Model Army'. 2) Ides of March are a deathcore band hailing from Perth, Australia. Formed in 2007 with the goal to write brutal deathcore. http://www.myspace.com/idesofmarchau
Make Them Suffer is a name in the Australian heavy music scene which many are yet to hear. It wasn