Seven Kingdoms was formed in Deland, Florida in 2007 by Camden Cruz and Bryan Edwards. Kevin and Keith Byrd joined soon afterward on guitar and drums, followed by Cory Stene on bass and John Zambrotto on keyboards. Under the name of Seven Kingdoms, they entered the legendary Morrisound Recording Studios in August 2007 and finished production on their debut album, "Brothers of the Night". "Brothers of the Night" was lyrically inspired from the literary works of George R. R. Martin, and influences spanning the vastness of metal's subgenres.
****RJ Thompson's new EP "The Cognitive Rules" is available in CD or download format worldwide now: http://www.rjthompsonmusic.com/store/cd_store RJ Thompson is a singer songwriter from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. His brand new EP "The Cognitive Rules" is available worldwide now. RJ began his music career at the age of 15, performing at gigs and open mics around the North East of England. After seeing U2?s live show at Manchester Evening News Arena in 2001, he picked up his guitar and wrote his first song
There are two bands with the name Subvision: First, SubVision was formed in 1999 by Australian film composer Braedy Neal, who provided cutting-edge music for Farscape, The Crash Zone, and Dreamtime to Dance. Subvision was soon joined by film and TV composer Chris Neal, and radio DJ Toby Neal, to become a total composing service using state-of-the-art technology. They have produced numerous dramatic underscores for feature films, television drama, documentary, television commercials and corporate productions.
Cemetery Urn was formed in the Australian summer 2006 in Melbourne, Australia, by Andrew Gillon (Abominator, Bestial Warlust) and Damon Bloodstorm (Corpse Molestation/Bestial Warlust, Abominator, Kutabare). During many....many meetings at the bar throughout 2005 a dark vision of a new band was evolving. Through the alcoholic haze, a new force in Melbourne Death Metal was emerging. As Andrew was about to enter the studio to complete the recording of the forth devastating full length offering from Abominator, the now complete vision was put on ice until Andrews recording commitments were done.
There are at least two artists with this name. 1) M.E.D. aka Medaphoar is a hip hop MC who has recorded with Madlib, Wildchild, and Oh No. M.E.D's debut album was released on Stones Throw Records in 2005. Entitled Push Comes To Shove, the album features production from Madlib, J Dilla, Oh No (Madlib's younger brother), and Just Blaze. A CD entitled "Bang Ya Head" was released during Stones Throw's 2005 Tour and features M.E.D (known as Medaphoar) guest spots from 1998 to 2005.
M.E.D. made a dis track toward Canibus called "Lightwork."
Faris Badwan, frontman for UK indie rockers The Horrors, has a new project: Cat's Eyes, a duo with the Canadian opera soprano and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Zeffira. The group specializes in a glassy, symphonic take on girl-group pop, and they played their first show in December in a pretty unusual place: St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, during an afternoon mass "attended by seven high-ranking cardinals," according to a press release. Webpage: http://www.catseyesmusic.com/
The Fiction can refer to at least 3 bands.
(1) A math-rock/screamo band from New York in the 00s.
(2) An angular post-punk band from East London in the late 00s.
(3) A psychedelic grunge/punk group from Melbourne/Sydney Australia established 2010
(4) A dynamic three piece hailing From Manchester. (1) The Fiction began in late 2001. This New York City band features ex-members of EM-50, Six of One, Kaneda, Freebooters and Corrupt Autopilot. Their evolution from one record to the next has been tremendous as they incorporate their disparate influences into a cohesive sound.
After having four singles on the Swedish radiostation P3's playlists (”Spela mig på radion”, ”Förlorad generation” and ”1000-0 till idioterna” "Visst är det vackert”) Zacke released his debutalbum "Visst är det vackert". The album, that was produced by Mördar-Anders from Movits! was praised by critics and listeners. Scandinavia's largest hip-hop magazine Kingsize wrote that the album was "one of the better ones that have been released in a long time". Even other critics were impressed by Zacke's original style and praised him.