Since their inception in 2004, the Riverside, CA quintet SUICIDE SILENCE have worked feverishly to carve out their own unique niche within the metal scene and in doing so they developed an undeniable buzz with legions of diehard supporters. Their latest album No Time To Bleed, was recorded with acclaimed producer Machine (Lamb Of God). Suicide Silence started in late 2002 as a side project for its members who were all involved in other local bands at the time. Things didn’t get serious, however, until 2004, when the current lineup was solidified.
Soilwork is a swedish melodic death metal band formed in late 1995, originally under the name Inferior Breed in Helsingborg, Sweden. In 1996, they changed their name to Soilwork to better fit their new sound. Their unique sound is a fusion of the classic gothenburg metal sound with power-groove riffs of late 1970s, early 1980s British, and European metal, but in their most recent albums they have also introduced elements from American alternative metal and adopted a more melodic attitude.
Bleeding Through is a metalcore band out of Orange County, California, United States and was formed in 1999. Bleeding Through's successes in the past have been mainly built upon their Trustkill Records debut, "This Is Love, This Is Murderous." The album produced two music videos ( "On Wings Of Lead" and "Love Lost In A Hail Of Gunfire" ) with Spin Magazine calling them an "Artist To Watch", Revolver branding them part of "The Future Of Metal", multiple accolades from Metal Hammer and Kerrang, and the much love from Alternative Press.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Taking influence from Drum and Bass, Metal, and Hip Hop, Excision is a Dubstep artist who must be heard to be fully believed. Combining the morphing basslines of Drum and Bass, the aggressive energy of Metal, and the laid back vibes of hip hop, Excision's style is incomparable.
At only 22, this young Canadian's passion for music has already driven him to become one of the biggest Dubstep acts of North America, along with DatsiK. Anyone who has heard a set by this bad boy has walked away feeling energized and refreshed.
Stargazer of Australia (Adelaide, South Australia) is a Blackened Death Metal band formed in 1995. Band Members:
~ The Serpent Inquisitor (Guitar, Vocals)
~ The Great Righteous Destroyer (Bass, Vocals)
~ Selenium (Drums) Discography:
~ Gloat (Demo) 1996
~ Borne (EP) 1997
~ Promo 1998 (Demo) 1998
~ Split with Invocation (Split) 1999
~ Split with Arghoslent (Split) 2001
~ The Scream that Tore the Sky (Full-length) 2005
~ Occidentale Magick (Compilation) 2006
DAEMON FOETAL HARVEST was conceived in early 2006, by the two founding members, guitarists, Alex and Keith. Heavily influenced by old and new school death metal, Daemon Foetal harvest is a blend of viciously twisted rhythms, subtle melodic overtones and intricate lead work. The band then underwent a series of lineup changes, until cementing the current line up of Rod on bass, Craig (BATTALION) on vocals, Daniel “KINGSLAYER” (SECRATAIN, PESTILENTIAL SHADOWS, THE FUROR) on drums, and Alex and Keith on guitars.
FOR SLOVAK BAND FORMERLY KNOWN AS "Abuse", PLEASE REFER TO PAGE "The Autumnist". There are many artist sharing the same moniker. Abuse, former name of electronica / trip-hop band from Slovakia. Abuse is now known as "The Autumnist".
www.myspace.com/theautumnist Abuse, brutal death / grind band from Vancouver - British Columbia, Canada, formed in 1999.
Formed in Buffalo, NY in 1988, Cannibal Corpse helped found, manipulate and transcend the very boundaries of metal beginning with the scandalously controversial debut, Eaten Back To Life. Raising the eyebrows of inquisitive metal fans and incensed parents and politicians, the record - produced by Scott Burns at the now renowned Morrisound Studios - was more extreme and confrontational than anything the Death Metal genre had ever known.
Black/Death Metal from Melbourne, Australia (2003 – present) Official website. DISCOGRAPHY: 2004 - The Storm to End All Wars - demo
2005 - Barbaric Vengeance - live demo
2005 - Under the Aegis of Damnation - 7"EP
2006 - Hells Infantry - mini CD
2008 - Chaos Rising - Split LP
2008 - Circle of the Black Flame - 7"EP
2010 - World Cremation - Album
The Day Everything Became Nothing is a Goregrind band from Melbourne, Australia. Formed in Melbourne in 2002, The Day Everything Became Nothing continues to deliver extreme percussive grind that is characterised by its dirty, muddy sound. The band's name is derived from the EP of the same name by Canadian punk rock band NoMeansNo. The remarkably guttural vocals, by aid of a pitch-shifting Whammy pedal, are done by Tony Forde, of Blood Duster notoriety, but the band originally featured Kody Abrams.