There is more than one band with this name. 1. Rook were a rock band from Melbourne, Victoria. Formed in 2005 and split up in 2010. They played their last show at the Corner Hotel on 30th of January 2010. “… Melbourne heavy rockers Rook fired up the crowd with tracks from their ’Transitions’ EP. Whilst being a sonically impressive recording, Transitions really comes to life in a live capacity, each track inflating, amplifying and escalating flaunting layers of sound often veiled by the recording process.
Calling All Cars are a rock band from Melbourne, Victoria that formed in 2005. There have been scientific studies done and we know for a fact nobody wants to read band bios that are full of shit, so we are going to give it to you straight. We are currently holed up at 'Studios in the City' in Melbourne with producer Tom Larkin putting the final touches on our debut album 'Hold Hold Fire' (Due out 12th of March 2010).
1) FromAfar - Post-Hardcore - Brighton, UK. <a href="http://www.facebook.com/FromAfarBand" rel="nofollow">www.facebook.com/FromAfarBand</a> - <a href="http://www.fromafarmusic.com" rel="nofollow">www.fromafarmusic.com</a> 2) From Afar - Commercial Indie Rock - Sydney 3) From Afar - metal band from Rzeszów, Poland. Vocals: Wojtek Pyć
Guitar: Marcin Chuchla
Guitar: Tomek Przywara
Bass: Piotrek Jaskółka
Drums: Michał Chruściel The beginnings of the band reach back to the year 2005, when Marcin Chuchla and Sebastian Szpakowski founded From Afar.
The Wallflowers (US)
A rock band from Los Angeles, California, United States
The Wallflowers, best known for hits like One Headlight and 6th Avenue Heartache from their 1996 album Bringing Down The Horse. Their lead singer, Jakob Dylan, is the son of folk legend Bob Dylan. The Wallflowers started out in 1989 playing alongside other aspiring rockers at Canter's delicatessen in the Fairfax District of Los Angeles. The band signed to Virgin Records and made a self-entitled album, the cover of which had a picture of all the band members' feet, and drummer Peter Yanowitz' dog.
From http://www.myspace.com/nunchukkasuperfly NUNCHUKKA SUPERFLY ARE ALIVE AND WELL IN SYDNEY!!! Unless you've been living in a cave for the last twenty years you would have heard of THE HARD-ONS: yes, the Hard-ons, that legendary multi-racial punk band that lay waste to all and sundry before them with their "Motorhead meets Beach Boys" death-pop sonic assault, and that continues to this day, to leave foot prints on the top of your skull with their violent yet well-meaning aural attack.
Karnivool is a five-piece progressive rock group based in Perth, Australia that was formed by Ian Kenny in 1996, who at the time filled the roles of both guitarist and vocalist for the band while they played Carcass and Nirvana covers. Their name stems from the band being initially described by local fans as "a bunch of clowns". Their style of music can be classified as both progressive rock and alternative rock, with alternative metal undertones. Major influences of the band are Nirvana, Radiohead, Meshuggah, Pink Floyd, Tool, Soundgarden and Carcass.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are a funk rock band based in Hollywood, California and was formed in 1983, in Los Angeles, California. The band currently consists of founding members Anthony Kiedis (vocals) and Michael "Flea" Balzary (bass) along with longtime member Chad Smith (drums). Guitarist John Frusciante quietly left the band on good terms in early 2008. On January 2nd 2010 Josh Klinghoffer was announced as Frusciante's replacement.
Based in Wellington, New Zealand, Chasing Light have been producing music for a number of years, and are now ready to share their music to fans everywhere via the internet. While genres are now banded around freely and of little consequential importance, Chasing Light can loosely be described as lo-fi. With a sound that transcends any given genre, Chasing Light's sound can be appreciated only when heard in full fidelity.