There are many bands under the name of Valhalla, 10 of them are metal. 1) The best known Valhalla hails from Petrozavodsk, Rusland and has released one album under the name of "Hail To The Fallen Majesty" in 2003. 2) There is another Valhalla originating from Bedfordshire in England from 1979 playing progressive metal. They had two national single releases on the NEAT records label, "Coming Home" and the double A sides of "Jack" and "Still in Love with You" together with tracks on the compilation album sponsored by the popular music paper SOUNDS.
There are at least three with that name, the first was a power metal band from LA, California the second being a (fucking sick) Beatdown Hardcore band from Preston City in the north west of England , and the third one being an alias of DJ Ruthless, a jump-style DJ from the Netherlands. 1) Ruthless. The name itself describes what the band is all about. Powerful, heavy and aggressive, with no mercy. Ruthless was formed in 1982 by lead guitarist Kenny McGee and lead vocalist Sammy D. Ruthless released a 5-song E.
Vital Remains is a blackened death metal band from Rhode Island, USA formed in 1989. Influenced by the likes of Venom, Celtic Frost, Bathory, Mercyful Fate, Sodom and Destruction. Originally comprised of guitarists Paul Flynn and Tony Lazaro, vocalist Jeff Gruslin, bassist Tom Supkow, and drummer Chris Dupont, the group has been through several line-up changes and record labels over the years. A pair of demos (1989's "Reduced to Ashes" and 1990's "Excruciating Pain") led to a contract with French label Thrash Records, who in turn released "The Black Mass" in 1991.
1. New Zealand metalcore band. The band changed their name in 2008 to Antagonist A.D. to avoid to confusion with other bands holding the same name.
2. Antagonist are a metalcore band from Whittier, California in the United States. In the rapidly changing and evolving world of heavy music, bands come and go faster than you can get a value meal at a fast food restaurant. Finding bands who are still slugging it out after a decade is a rare occurrence. What’s even more uncommon is finding a band who have recorded their most intense and career defining album 12 years into their career.
Tytan was a nwobhm band formed in 1981. Kevin Riddles & Dave Dufort had both left Angelwitch, Kal Swan came on recommendation from Paul Samson. The first line up was Norman 'Kal' Swan (Vocalist), Steve Gibbs and Stuart Adams (Guitarists), Kevin 'Skidz' Riddles (Bassist) and Dave Dufort (Drums). Tytan's first concert was in January 1982 at the Marquee Club, London. On the 26th of March 1982 a live session was broadcast on the BBC's Friday Rock show.
With the addition of a key/synth player in 2005, Solemn Promise is taking Indiana by storm. Constantly writing and working on there live show, they are anything but "another rock band." Using the advantage of multiple talents, they are known for switching up lead vocals and guitar to add a more dynamic feel to their music. These guys aren't afraid to bring the rock and bring it hard. Solemn Promise broke up as of August 2007, this was due to the fact their drummer moving to Alabama and they just felt it was time to call it quits.
There are 3 bands with the name Skitzo: 1) Psychobilly band from the UK.
2) Oldschool underground thrash metal band from the USA.
3) Classic rock band from Ireland.
1) Skitzo was originally formed in 1985. In the late 80's they started to do a lot of gigs in the famous London club the Klub Foot. Signed with nervous, and became a well known psychobilly band. The sound of Skitzo is straight forward psychobilly. They play it fast, loud, shout and scream without bothering too much about experimenting.
There are at least 6 bands called Monster: 1) ska-soul-punk band from Sweden
2) heavy/hard/thrash metal band from Brazil
3) Los Angeles-based indie-rock
4) HC band Mönster from Germany.
5) band from British Columbia, Canada.
6) Korean pop boy's band group called 몬스터
7) Swedish chiptune artist called MONSTER 1) Monster a ska-soul-punk band from Sweden that split up in 2000. They released two albums: "Rockers Delight" (1997), "Gone Gone Gone/A Bash Dem" (1999) and some EPs.
1/ Endo were a four-piece nu metal/hard rock music group from Miami, Florida. The band formed in 1995 with Lou Orenstein, Diego Ponsa, Reggie Barret, and Gil Bitton. A local production company, "Concrete Management", signed the band in the late 90's, where they opened for such bands as the Foo Fighters and Static-X. They were later signed to DV8/Columbia Records, and released two major albums in Evolve (2001) and Songs for the Restless (2003). The group also appeared at the Ozzfest Tour in 2003.