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Closure In Moscow

Closure In Moscow is a progressive rock band based in Australia. The band formed in Melbourne, Australia, in 2006, comprising of lead vocalist Chris De Cinque, drummer Beau McKee, guitarist and backup vocalist Manny Zennelli, guitarist Michael Barrett, and bassist Bradley Kimber. Only 18 months after first forming, they signed to Taperjean Records and released their debut EP (self-proclaimed 'albumette') on April 19, 2008, titled The Penance and the Patience, off which two music videos were released.

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The Gifthorse

The Gifthorse were a punk band hailing from Brisbane, Queensland. They draw influence from many 90's punk/emo bands such as Samiam, Hot Water Music, Texas Is The Reason and Jawbreaker. Members have gone on to play in Fires of Waco and Headaches.

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Protest The Hero

Protest the Hero is a band from Whitby, Ontario. Formed in 1999, when they were just 14 years old, they originally used the name Happy Go Lucky, but changed their name before releasing their first EP, A Calculated Use of Sound, to Protest the Hero. This was followed by the release of their first full length, Kezia, on the indie label Underground Operations. On January 23, 2006 the band officially signed with Vagrant Records for Kezia's United States release.

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Eleventh He Reaches London

Eleventh He Reaches London sat beneath a tree sometime in 2007. They thought of music and they thought of life; they thought of the perfect way to balance both, but soon realised that one was far easier to love than the other. They wrote "Hollow Be My Name" soon after, an endless representation of positive and negative emotions, of audible notes that have lost their way since 1927, when Henry Thomas first sat on the bank of a river and composed the "Fishing Blues".

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For All Eternity

To enter a room where South-West Sydney band For All Eternity are playing is to enter into a captivating experience- and an intense one. Leave all expectations about this Christian metalcore band at the door. Always doing their best to provide an energetic live performance, they're bound to rise above them. The five members of the band- Michael Buckley, Jeremy Mosiejczuk, Andrew Cornale, Nathanael Edwards and Shane Carroll, fueled by their passion for music and love for Jesus Christ, are determined to make a mark in the heavy music scene.

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Falling For Beloved

Newcastle (Australia) based , screamo/electronica band Falling for Beloved busted onto the scene in late 2006. The six-piece combine catchy lyrics, powerful screams, and brutal riffs, contrasted with clean back-up vocals and soft keys, as well as a consistently solid rhythm section with the bass and drums. In early 2007, they recorded their 4 track demo entitled "Ethereal Beauty" and followed it up later in the year with the release of their 6 track debut EP, "A Death In The Author".

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Trial Kennedy

Trial Kennedy are an alternative rock band from Melbourne, Victoria that formed in 2002. Since their formation, the band have increased in popularity significantly due to their prolific touring and from the support of independent Australian radio shows, such as Triple J's punk and hardcore-oriented show, ShortFastLoud. The band's unique name comes from a music teacher, Mark Kennedy. When the band met in high school, they were all seeing Kennedy as their guitar tutor."We all 'trialled' off him", noted guitarist Stacey Gray.

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VersaEmerge

VersaEmerge was formed by former drummer Anthony Martone and guitarist/vocalist Blake Harnage back when both members were in high school. Although the duo instantly experienced regional success selling out their first ever gig and gaining critical acclaim in their local music scene, it wasn’t until the band solidified their line-up—which currently includes guitarist Harnage and vocalist Sierra Kusterbeck—that things really started happening for this dedicated group of young adults.

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Gold

There are at least 6 bands that use the band name Gold: 1. Gold is a French pop Group of the 80's, who came from Toulouse. Their famous hit-singles were "Capitaine abandonné", "Ville de Lumières". 2. Gold is an electronica project from Japan. http://www003.upp.so-net.ne.jp/GOLD/ 3. Gold is a post-hardcore, screamo band from northern NJ. GOLD formed in mid/late 2008 when the New Jersey band Alamance decided to split ways because of personal reasons/musical differences after a summer on the Vans Warped Tour.