There is more than one artist with this name: 1. A Mexican pop rock band formed in Monterrey, Nuevo León in 1996. The band, occcasionally styled PXNDX, caught local attention in 2001 with the album "Arroz con Leche", and mainstream success on their albums "Para ti con desprecio" (2005) and "Amantes Sunt Amentes" (2006). Myspace Page 2. A Dutch drum and bass producer Myspace Page, website. 3. An German punk rock band. Myspace Page. 4. A Slovenian pop-rock band. 5. The former name of an American pop group from Piedmont, California, now known as Dizzy Balloon.
3 guys from Sydney playing fast aggressive punk. Rob-Bass+Vox
The Cro-Mags are a band from New York City formed in 1982. The band, which had a strong cult following, released many records, their first two considered the most influential. They were among the first bands to fuse hardcore punk with thrash metal and were associated with the birth of a tougher attitude within the hardcore scene in the late 1980s. They were also one of the first hardcore punk bands associated with the Hare Krishna movement.
(1) An Australian Hip-Hop artist
(2) A Punk rock band based out of Los Angeles 1. An Australian Hip-Hop artist 2. The Briggs are a punk rock band based out of Los Angeles, California. Drawing influence from the likes of The Clash, Cock Sparrer, Stiff Little Fingers, and Billy Bragg, The Briggs have spent the past few years on the heels of tours that have paired them up with more recognizable faces in their genre, including several outings with Irish-punk band Flogging Molly.
Set Your Goals are a San Francisco, California based pop punk band with hardcore influences and dueling vocalists formed in 2004. The band name comes from melodic hardcore band CIV's first album, Set Your Goals. Set Your Goals released their first EP, Set Your Goals, on Straight On Records in May 2004. After signing with Eulogy Recordings, they re-released the EP under the name Reset on April 11, 2006 with vinyl released by Panic Records.
There are mutliple artists with this name: 1) Doom was a band which were pivotal in the rise of crust punk and originated from Birmingham, England. 2) Doom was a Japanese thrash metal outfit that formed in Tokyo, Japan . Check ＤＯＯＭ 3) Doom is a software videogame band. 4) DOOM (All caps) is the latest moniker for the rapper MF DOOM
1) Doom began as The Subverters with Jon Pickering (bass/vocals), Brian Talbot (guitar) and Jason Hodges (drums). After Jason was replaced by new drummer, Mick Harris, the band changed its name to Doom.
Battletruk are four mates who defy trends and play hardcore that they grew up on. Straight up no bullshit punk influenced short fast nasty songs to mosh to. Currently just released a split with friends Pillar of Hope, called Battle of Hope on beerfridgerecords/MGM (avail now at all good record stores on OZ). After successful launches in Aug, the next stop is a Madball support followed by a show with The Dead Walk. checkout their myspace (battletrukhc).
Future of the Left is an alternative rock band formed in 2005 in Cardiff, Wales. The initial line-up brought together former mclusky singer/guitarist Andrew Falkous (aka Falco) and drummer Jack Egglestone with former Jarcrew guitarist Kelson Mathias and bassist Hywel Evans. Evans soon left to start his own group, so Mathias took up the bass, and after initial gigs under a variety of tongue-in-cheek pseudonyms the remaining trio debuted as Future Of The Left in September 2006.
The Gaslight Anthem is a punk rock band from New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States. Since forming in 2005, they have released three full-length albums and an EP. They were described by Kerrang! magazine as “the best new band you’ll hear in 2008.” The lineup consists of Brian Fallon (vocals and guitar), Alex Levine (bass), Benny Horowitz (drums), and Alex Rosamilia (guitar). The Gaslight Anthem’s music embraces many elements of blues, classic rock, and punk rock. The band has described their sound as “Bruce Springsteen singing for a Cure cover band, with a tinge more aggression.