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Cobra Skulls

Cobra Skulls are a punk rock band from Reno, Nevada who are signed to Fat Wreck Chords. History
Cobra Skulls were formed in 2005 by Devin Peralta (bass, vocals), Charlie Parker (guitar) and Chad Cleaveland (drums). They released an EP titled Draw Muhammad in 2006. The EP caught the attention of Red Scare Industries who signed the band and released their debut album "Sitting Army" in 2007. To promote the album the band went on tour with Against Me!, Mad Caddies, and The Loved Ones, opening shows for them.[1] During the 2007 tour the band added a second guitarist Adam Beck.

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Depression

There are at least 4 Bands known as Depression: 1st: German underground Death/Grind Band.
Website: http://depression-grind.de 2nd: Atlanta hardcore featuring ex-members of Instilled, Love Is Red, and Harsh Fact. Released their debut EP in 2006 which features a remake of an old Instilled song entitled Ghost Of Cabbage Town. 3rd: Hardcore punk band, Melbourne, Australia, 1981-1988. Fast & ferociously raw, influenced by Discharge, Disorder, Crass. Caught Jello Biafra's attention in 1983 who got them on Maximum Rock and Roll's Welcome to 1984 compilation.

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Stellar Kart

From the opening salvo of Stellar Kart’s third album Expect the Impossible, it’s evident that the Dove Award-winning band is revolutionizing its sound with this adventurous, spirited, and totally unexpected pop ‘n’ roll project. Returning to helm the project is producer Ian Eskelin (All Star United), who also shepherded Stellar Kart’s breakthrough sophomore album, We Can’t Stand Sitting Down. That CD yielded the No.

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Bass Drum of Death

Bass Drum of Death is a garage rock band based in Oxford, Mississippi. Originally known as John Barrett's Bass Drum of Death they released their first EP ''Stain Stick Skin" in 2008.The band is now John and Colin. The band released "High School Roaches" in 2010 and GB City in April 11, 2011. Check also: http://bassdrumofdeath.blogspot.com/
http://twitter.com/#!/BassDrumOfDeath
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bass_Drum_of_Death

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Comeback Kid

Comeback Kid (CBK for short) is a hardcore band from Winnipeg, Canada, formed in 2002 by Andrew Neufeld and Jeremy Hiebert, who were both members of the band Figure Four, currently on hiatus. In 2003, Comeback Kid signed to California hardcore label Face Down Records, who released their debut album, Turn It Around. For their 2005 album Wake the Dead, they signed to Victory Records internationally, and to Smallman Records in Canada. Wake the Dead has now sold over 100,000 copies and was voted Alternative Press's 100 bands to know in 2005.

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Horrorshow

There are at least three artists called Horrorshow.

1. Horrorshow are a two-piece Hip-Hop group from Sydney, Australia, with Solo as emcee and Adit providing the beats as DJ. Both from the inner-west suburbs of Sydney, at only 19 years old they began writing their music and are now among the most recent signings to independent Australian Hip-Hop label Elefant Traks. Their first album, "The Grey Space" was released through Elefant Traks on the 20th August, 2008 and was nominated for an ARIA Award for Best Urban Album. Promoting this, they gained countrywide attention in supporting The Herd on their national tour. Horrorshow's second album "Inside Story" was released 2 October, 2009 - also through Elefant Traks and to nationwide acclaim.

2. Horrorshow is an Oi/Ska band from Poland.
3. Horrorshow is a Heavy/Thrash Metal band from Indiana, US. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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Gang of Four

Gang of Four are a British post-punk group from Leeds, England. Original personnel were singer Jon King, guitarist Andy Gill, bass guitarist Dave Allen and drummer Hugo Burnham. They were fully active from 1977 to 1984, and then re-emerged twice in the 1990s with King and Gill. In 2005, the original lineup reunited. The group had a single in the British Top 60 with "At Home He's A Tourist" in 1979, which was blacklisted by Top Of The Pops for its use of the relatively innocuous term "rubbers".

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