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Victim

There are at least seven bands with this name. 1. Victim is a hardcore band out of Virginia Beach, Virginia.
They formed in 2002 but their final show was held in 2008. 2. Victim was a punk band formed in 1977 in Belfast, Ireland that later relocated to Manchester, England in 1979. They disbanded in 1986.
("Victim" is not the same band as "The Victims", which was a punk band from Western Australia active from 1977-79.)

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Madman Is Absolute

Glasgow metal band Madman Is Absolute formed in April 2000. They combine thrash with math metal time signatures to create truly emotive and powerful metal. Madman have supported the likes of The Haunted, Stampin Ground, Madball, As Friend Rust, Medulla Nocte, God Forbid, Devolved, Dead BlueSky, Charger, Creation Is Crucifixion, Tangaroa, Labrat and The Crown and their live performances, whilst energetic, are especially notable for the tight precision of the playing.
Tony Newell - Vocals David Sandford - Guitars

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Apostles

1. "...some dude named Tom from Hereford, England, who records music under the moniker Apostles that he likes to call “icy art-psych”" (NoFearOfPop)
http://apostles.bandcamp.com
2. Beautiful black afrobeat and highlife from The Apostles. This band was very popular in Nigeria during 70′s and released several LP’s. They were also known as “The Apostles of Aba”.

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Subhumans

There are two equally long-lived punk bands with the name Subhumans, one from the UK and one from Canada: 1) Subhumans (UK): An anarcho-punk band formed in Trowbridge, Wiltshire, UK in 1979 by Dick Lucas, who had formerly been in local bands including The Mental and Stupid Humans. The band released a demo in 1981 which was heard by members of the band Flux of Pink Indians after being sent to them by Graham Burnett of New Crimes fanzine, who were so impressed that they offered the Subhumans a chance to put out a record on their newly formed Spiderleg label.

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Amebix

Amebix, formed in 1978, was an important UK punk band that many consider to have started the subgenre "crust punk", by mixing heavy metal with hardcore punk. They established crust as being separate from thrash metal by mixing punk music with metal tempos, as opposed to thrash bands' mixing of metal music with punk tempos. Influential in the anarcho-punk genre, Amebix' song "No Gods, No Masters" became a slogan for the movement worldwide.

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