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There are at least two musical projects named Aftermath: 1 Thrash metal; Chicago based AFTERMATH, fonted by the Greek born Kyriakos "Charlie" Tsiolis, formed in October 1985 when Charlie and his schoolmate Steve Sacco (Guitar) got together. This early incarnation with Adam (Bass) issued their first demo called "Sentenced To Death" in 1986 featuring 'Sentenced to Death', 'Revenge', 'Shotgun' and 'The Aftermath'.

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Marshall & The Fro

Marshall & The FRO create Aussie blues & roots rock music; music that feels so natural and so comfortable it's like slipping into your favorite pair of double pluggers and heading down to the pub for a coldie. Forming in 2003 and performing ever since, Marshall & The FRO is: Marshall Okell on guitar & slide guitar, Nick the Fro Ohlson on Bass and Jake the poods Mann on drums & percussion. Marshall & The FRO's music is dynamic and diverse. Featuring Marshall's strong Delta sounding vocals and guitar style, the band and their music has an appeal that's beyond conscious control.

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Baroness is a metal band that plays an eclectic brand of sludge, embracing the ferocity and sharp technique of new-millennium metal but with melodic accents and intelligent guitar work that suggests the influence of Indie, sludge and post-metal bands. Baroness formed in the Summer 2003 in Savannah, GA, United States with all members, past and present, hailing from Lexington, VA in the foothills of the mighty Blue Ridge Mountains.

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Stryfe Stryfe is a female fronted progressive metal band formed in 2003. The music of "Stryfe" includes roots of Armenian national, classic music and different kinds of metal influences filled in with melodious operatic and clean female vocal parts.
Name "Stryfe" came from the word "strife" which means a struggle, a struggle against a human harm, hatred and insidiousness what are sung almost in all songs.

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Sam Brand - Vox/Guitar
Rowan Brand - Bass Guitar
Mark Polst - Drums ZELORAGE have been together for roughly 3 years now and have only recently hit the Adelaide scene big time. With shows at Fowlers Live, The Crown & Anchor, Shotz Bar, Worldsend, The Squatters Arms, The Jolly Miller and The Grace Emily, they pride themselves on putting on the biggest energetic live show they can. ZELORAGE is all about Moshy Riffs, Fat Bass Lines and Punchy Drums all mixed in with a fuck you attitude. Tags: 
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There are at least two bands performing under the name Chain: 1) Over 40 musicians have been a member of Chain, one of Australia's premier blues bands that has been going strong for over three decades. Formed from the remnants of Perth band the Beaten Tracks in 1968, the Chain were named by singer Wendy Saddington after the classic soul track "Chain of Fools." Saddington soon left and the band released one of Australia's first progressive blues singles, "Show Me Home," in 1969. Soon after, the Chain shortened their moniker to Chain.

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There are at least two artists called Corvus: 1) Australian black metal. 2) A solo artist from the Eastern States who has two songs available for listening at MySpace, "Arthur Radley" and "Well Might". "Denise austin once said "you got it!" and corvus now exists. I apologise for my shitty voice and recordings but you miss the point if you think for a second that it isn't all about SONGS AND IDEAS the same way that N*SYNC was more about dancing.

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There are several artists under the name of Harmony: Harmony is a Swedish progressive power metal band hailing from Borås
Harmony is a female rapper. Her real name is Pamela Scott.
Harmony is a Dutch trio which represented the Netherlands at the Eurovision Song Contest in Jerusalem in 1978.
Harmony is a band from Melbourne, Australia who play bad vibes garage ballads. Features members of The Nation Blue, mclusky and Remake Remodel.
Harmony is a heavy metal band from Chile.

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