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Silent Screams

Silent Screams are a 5 Piece band from Coventry, UK. They play what has been described as by fans as a blend of metal, hardcore, deathcore with technical song structures and no repeating parts. Despite this chaos the music somehow makes sense as Silent Screams have had a busy last 2 years. Recording with Matt Hyde (Slayer, As I lay dying, Gallows, Slipknot, Trivium) for their current EP, relentlessly touring the UK and Europe all off their own back with no label.

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Within My Hands

Within My Hands are an aggressive Adelaide deathcore band
They were formed in early 2009 with big hopes and through many changes in style and band members, they have become a successful live act in Adelaide, South Australia. Through relentless gigging and non-stop promotion WITHIN MY HANDS strive for national exposure and plan to tour in late 2010 with their EP which is due to be released late August, recording at Complex Studio's in Melbourne. We are always keen to talk about shows and endorsements, so if you want us on your bill just message us on here or at Tags: 
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Bring Me The Horizon

Bring Me The Horizon is a five-piece band from Sheffield, England. Despite only forming in March 2004, the band has gathered a surprisingly large fan base both in the UK and the U.S. Their debut EP, This Is What The Edge Of Your Seat Was Made For, came out in December 2004 and was the first release from the independent label Thirty Days Of Night Records. The band has since embarked on a number of UK tours supporting well-established bands such as Bleeding Through and Aiden, and also signed with Visible Noise Records in the autumn of 2005.

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[1]: Nasty are a beatdown hardcore Band from BELGIUM and GERMANY.
They play hardcore with death metal influences. Nasty was founded in Nov. 2004. After some lineup changes the final band was created. One MCD 'The Beginning', and one full length 'Declaring War' out. After relentless touring in Europe their new full length 'Agression' came out on the 16th of February 2008 on Goodlife records. [2]: Nasty is a female duo from the Netherlands singing dutch R&B. They won in a music competition in the nineties with their song for which they are most known: "Een moment zonder jou".

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Far West Battlefront

Thrash band from Adelaide with hardcore breakdowns. Rumoured to run the Brighton mafia based in Dunluce Avenue with an unknown naked accomplice. Far West Battlefront have had tracks featured in renowned UK magazines Terrorizer and Metal Hammer, while also receiving consistent airplay on triple J's Full Metal Racket. This coverage has lead to support slots with Haste The Day (USA) The Acacia Strain (USA) and The Red Shore.

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Rise For November

Rise for November are one of the most pissed off and heavy bands out there today, our aim is to bring the heaviest mosh tunes to the stage and shake the ground with our brutality and bone crushing breakdowns. R4N was born in mid 2009, since our insertion we have played 40 + shows and been on 4 tours in just 8 months with many awesome bands from around Australia. We have big plans for 2010..2011 which include extensive touring around OZ, touring Asia at the end of 2010 as well as recording in the United States in early 2011.

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Founded on 30/05/2010 consisting of Elliott Shaw on lead guitar, Leo Rees-Murphy on rhythm guitar, Alex Kay on drums, James Kable on bass guitar and Damon Hills as vocalist. Winterside is a hardcore band from Brisbane, Australia. Heavily influenced by Parkway Drive and The Red Shore (2006), they are bringing a new sound to the Hardcore industry. A two track promo has been released entitled: "2010 Demo" this demo is up for free download and can be found at

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Heaven Shall Burn

Heaven Shall Burn was formed in autumn 1996, under the name 'Consense'. With the recording of their second demo in early 1997 the band changed their name to 'Heaven Shall Burn'. The name is taken from a Marduk album titled "Heaven Shall Burn... When We Are Gathered". In an interview with the band at, the band said: "It’s not that we’re huge Marduk fans, but we liked the name. It sounds a bit provoking and so people ask us again and again for the meaning behind our name. It has been like that since the very beginning.

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