Bands
Raise Hell

Raise Hell (Stockholm, Sweden) was formed in 1996 by Jonas Nilsson(guitars) and Niklas Sjöström (bass) and after about one month Torstein Wickberg (guitar) joined. A couple of different drummers were tried out but no one of them cut the chase. When Dennis Ekdahl came to rehearse with the band they knew that they had found what they were looking for. The group started out under the name In Cold Blood, and it was under that name the first demo, "Nailed", was recorded and led to a record deal with Nuclear Blast.

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Posted: 14.10.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Blessed Death

BLESSED DEATH arrived on the metal scene in the 1984. They released their debut album 'KILL OR BE KILLED' in 1985 (currently out of print) which featured their own unique blend of heavy speed, power, death and destruction. The album quickly gained a lot of attention among the underground scene, especially in Europe. It has grown to be an 80's thrash metal classic featuring a song that has become somewhat of a legend and metal anthem 'Knights of Old Bridge'.

Two years later BLESSED DEATH released their second album 'DESTINED FOR EXTINCTION' in 1987 (also currently out of print). This album took on a much more extreme and aggressive direction than the first, featuring an all out onslaught of furious thrash speed metal while still retaining their signature heavy doom laden edge.

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Posted: 09.10.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Obsession

Obsession is an American heavy metal band formed in 1982 famous for spawning the career of singer Michael Vescera. The band first came on to the scene on the Metal Massacre 2 compilation from Metal Blade Records. After that, the band released the albums Scarred for Life and Methods of Madness under the Enigma label. They broke up in 1989 to reform in 2004 releasing a new album Carnival of Lies in 2006 with Mausoleum Records. Obsession has recently signed to the Ulterium - Inner Wound Record label to release the latest album "Order of Chaos" in fall 2012.

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Posted: 09.10.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Faster Pussycat

The roots of Faster Pussycat (1986-1987)
Faster Pussycat was formed in Hollywood by Taime Downe during the Glam metal boom of the 1980s, the earliest incarnation of the band featured Downe and Greg Steele along with Brent Muscat. The name of the band, "Faster Pussycat," is derived from the Russ Meyer film Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!.

After several more member changes, Faster Pussycat soon morphed into the band's most well known line-up, consisting of Taime Downe (vocals), Greg Steele (guitar), Brent Muscat (guitar), Kelly Nickels (bass) and Mark Michals (drums).

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Posted: 08.10.2016 by Bad English

Bands
The Conjuration

The Conjuration was started in 2010 by Corey Jason with his friend doing clean vocals. After a prolonged struggle with drugs and a period of institutionalization, TC was back to a one-man project by 2012, which saw the releases of Tragedy in February and The Human Condition in December. In 2014, he released Surreal, and The Silent Opera was released on September 21, 2016.

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Posted: 04.10.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Green Jellÿ

Green Jellÿ (pronounced "green jello") was formed in 1981 in Kenmore, NY by founding member Bill Manspeaker. Originally named Green Jellö, the band changed its name due to legal pressure from the owners of the Jell-O trademark, Kraft Foods, who claimed that it was an infringement of their trademark. Throughout the early 80's, Green Jellÿ performed throughout NY, opening for bands like The Ramones and New York Dolls. Their reputation for over-the-top live performances and food-hurling audiences got them banned from most local venues.

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Posted: 04.10.2016 by Bad English

Bands
Hurt

Hurt (sometimes typeset as HURT) is a rock band formed in 2000 in Virginia, now located in Los Angeles, California, United States. Currently in partnership with their manager's independent record label, Amusement, the band has put out two major label albums. The group consists of lead singer J. Loren Wince, guitarist Paul Spatola (who was brought in by fellow New Jersey-ite, also HURT's ex-bassist, Josh Ansley), the now bassist Rek Mohr, and also hailing from New Jersey, drummer Louie Sciancalepore.

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Posted: 04.10.2016 by Bad English

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