There are several artists under the name of Labyrinth 1. Labyrinth is an Italian progressive power metal band created in 1991 in Tuscany, with famous former members (who has left the band since) like Fabio Lione (singer, Rhapsody) or Olaf Thorsen (guitarist, Vision Divine). Formed as Vision, which was later changed to Morbid Vision, and finally Labyrinth in 1994. The band members used to use pseudonyms, many of which were anglicized versions of their own names.
There are at least four groups called Six Feet Under (+ two '6 Feet Under')
1) Six Feet Under (USA) is a death metal band with heavy rock influences on some of their albums. Originally a side project for Cannibal Corpse vocalist Chris Barnes and former Obituary guitarist Allen West, Six Feet Under eventually became a full-time proposition when friction between Barnes and his other bandmates became too much to bear.
Sirius: (1) Portuguese Black Metal band 1998-2002; (2) German Trash Metal band; (3) Norwegian rapper from Vestfold; (4) Greek Uplifting Trance artist; (5) Hong Kong Hard Rock Band (1) The black metal band Sirius was formed in 1998 and eventually attracted the interest of Samoth (ex-Emperor, who signed the band to his Nocturnal Art Productions label. Classic symphonic black metal is the order of the day here...
UNIVERSUM are an Australian based metal act. In mid 2008 the band released their debut full length epic 'Leto Destinatus'. The album was mixed and mastered in Sweden by Jens Bogren of Fascination Street Studios (SOILWORK, OPETH, AMON AMARTH) and features artwork by Gustavo Sazes of Abstrata (NIGHTRAGE, FIREWIND, SONIC SYNDICATE). Since the release of the album the band have been enjoying excellent reviews, great feedback and increased media attention, the most recent of which includes being featured on the UK's Metal Hammer and Terrorizer magazine cover CDs.
Formed In: 03/03/2011
Location: Melbourne, Australia
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Jack McWhinney - Vocals
Josh Todaro - Drums
Stephen Patti - Guitar
Ben Mouritz - Guitar
Jacko Hewitt - Bass Biography:
Delawarewolves have been playing packed out shows across Australia along side some of the nations largest hardcore bands, as well as some international acts. The 5-piece hardcore band pumps up the crowd with a party atmosphere, sing-a-long choruses and an energetic new sound.
Muscle Car - hailing from Melbourne, Australia and inspired by the likes of Motorhead, Zeke and The Wildhearts, Muscle Car have a sound often described as motorpunk, brutal, heavy, loud, and the list goes on. This is Aussie rock n roll that's a full throttle powerhouse.
Geek Love is a 3 piece Rock band from St. Kilda, Victoria, Australia. They include Cammy on the bass, Bobby with lead vocals & guitar and Mark on the drums. Like having sex with an ex, Geek Love's debut E.P initially overcomes you with brutal mind blowing ecstasy only to leave you with dark emotional fallout. -Jason Vines
There are more than one band under this name: 1) Harbinger is a band formed in 1997 in Berkeley, California featuring three prominent members from the East Bay punk scene: Robert Eggplant (vocals/guitar), formerly of Blatz, The Hope Bombs, and editor of the zine Absolutely Zippo, Aaron Cometbus (drums), founding member of Crimpshrine and author of legendary punk zine Cometbus, John Geek (bass/vocals) of Fleshies and the S.P.A.M. Records collective.
There are two musicians named James Murphy.
1) James Murphy (born 1970, raised in Princeton Junction, New Jersey) is a musician, producer, deejay, and co-founder of dance-punk label DFA Records. His most well-known musical project is LCD Soundsystem, who first gained attention with its first single, "Losing My Edge", in 2002 before releasing a self-titled album in February 2005 to critical acclaim and top 20 success in the UK.
There is more than one artist with this name. 1) Doom metal band from Coventry, England. The group was formed in 1989 by Lee Dorrian (formerly vocalist of Napalm Death), Mark 'Griff' Griffiths (a Carcass roadie) and Gary 'Gaz' Jennings (previously a member of UK thrashers Acid Reign. The band forged a link between early doom metal and a 1990s extreme metal aesthetic, making doom slower and heavier.