An Australian electronic group formed in Sydney, Australia in 1979, Severed Heads have released albums ranging from <a href="http://www.last.fm/tag/experimental" class="bbcode_tag" rel="tag">experimental</a> <a href="http://www.last.fm/tag/industrial%20noise" class="bbcode_tag" rel="tag">industrial noise</a> to <a href="http://www.last.fm/tag/synthpop" class="bbcode_tag" rel="tag">synthpop</a> influenced <a href="http://www.last.fm/tag/dance" class="bbcode_tag" rel="tag">dance</a> music. The original members were Richard Fielding and Andrew Wright, and were soon joined by Tom Ellard. This later changed to Garry Bradbury, Paul Deering, and Tom Ellard; Ellard has been the only one to remain throughout the group's career, with changing lineups throughout its two and a half decades of existence, later working mainly with Stephen Jones.
Naked On The Vague (NOTV) were born out of discontent with the malady of nothingness. This nothing fuels their stabbing assault of doom laden experimental punk.
Bands releases: Chitty Chat (Sacred Bones 2009) 7", The Blood Pressure Sessions (DualPlover 2007/ Siltbreeze 2008) CD/ LP, Mickey Mouse Headache Tapes (Near Tapes 2009) C30 cassette/ CDR, Poltergeist Palm (Skulltones 2008) 7” vinyl, Sad Sun (Sabbatical 2007) CD, Naked On The Vague (Dual Plover 2006) 7” vinyl, and "Heaps of Nothing" (Siltbreeze 2010) - their first album as a band.
Swans is an influential band from New York City, New York, United States, active from 1982 to 1997, reformed in 2010, led by singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Michael Gira. Marginally associated with the no wave scene at first, their original sound was slow and heavy, with live performances that were often so brutal and physical that in a number of instances certain audience members were made ill, police were called and venues were shut down. This early physical sound is possibly best heard on the live album Public Castration Is a Good Idea.
Originating from Leeds, the Sisters of Mercy were described by critic Steve Huey as playing "a slow, gloomy, ponderous hybrid of metal and psychedelia, often incorporating dance beats." The one constant in the band's career has been deep-voiced singer Andrew Eldritch. The band is named after the Leonard Cohen song "Sisters Of Mercy" according to Eldritch. The band originally formed in 1980 with guitarist Gary Marx and drummer-turned-vocalist Eldritch.
1) MOVEMENT are a Sydney based Tropical Pop band formed in 2011 2) Movement is an alternative rock band from Västerås, Sweden.
Members: Erik Stenström: Vocals/Guitar, Jens Åkerlind: Guitar/Backing Vocals, Frej Drake: Bass/Backing Vocals, Erik Lundin: Drums 3) Movement is an 80's french coldwave/minimal wave band. 4) Movement is an new band from nyc which has a self-titled ep out. 5) Bay Area band from the late 90's. Was featured on Live 105's Local Lounge Volume 3 comp.
Turnpike are an innovative rock band from Brisbane. Not to be confused with the Sweedish DJ.
There are two bands sharing the name Rapture:
1. An American dance-punk group
2. A common mistake for a finnish death/doom band actually called "Rapture". 1)The Rapture are an American rock band formed in San Francisco. The band mixes influences of post-punk, dance-punk, acid house, disco, electronica, and more. The Rapture formed in 1998 by drummer Vito Roccoforte and guitarist/vocalist Luke Jenner. After relocating to New York, the original bassist left and was replaced by Matt Safer.
There are currently at least four bands called The Veil. Two of these bands hail from the UK, the earliest version being a relatively unknown goth band from the 80s, another a contemporary rock. A third band originates from France, and a fourth from Australia. 1. The Veil is an 80's goth band from the UK. 'Surrender' is their one and only album they released. As with many female fronted goth bands, the band got easily dismissed as another Siouxsie & The Banshees clone. No wild guitars or tribal drumming here; the music is quite relaxed on this album.