This young musician/ singer (born in San Antonio, TX during 1996!) may be meddling in a musical genre which will be frowned upon by many of our readers, but when those same people will listen to Victoria's material for the first time, I doubt very much that they will mind continuing to listen to her “Pop” tunes!
Fair Play is the instrumental musical project of Swedes Mats Sannetorp (guitarist/ keyboardist; been in several bands over the years, with a preference towards Hard Rock and Blues – other band: Sannetorp Bluesband) and Leif Carlsson (studio technician/ producer, also plays guitar & keyboards; been in several bands, the last being Magic, active in the '90s), both from Brunflo, a small town situated some 15 SW from Östersund (Jamtlands Ian, Middle of Sweden).
Fair Of Freaks was originally conceived as a covers band by guitarist Lars Boquist in 2008.
In 2007, when Michelangelo and Tony hooked up to work together, the band, Violet Gibson, was born. but under a different name at the time . After an intense writing phase, the two of them, along with singer Matteo Brozzi they brought life this group’s first Demo when they were originally called Last Vegas.
Since the release of their previous album (review by yours truly posted 05/06/2010 – still available in this website's archives files), Germany's prime Horror Punk act The Other went through some changes, introducing Viktor Sharp into their line-up as their new bassist.
The idea for this Finish Progressive Rock band was born in March 2006. Drummer Kimmo Pörsti (a founding member of the band Mist Season, and drummer of The Samurai Of Prog) had found out that his friend Pirkko Sahli had written several texts, and asked to see 'em.
As damaging for your ears as drinking a quart of whiskey, as inebriating as chugging a pitcher of your favorite hoppy beverage; your neck will ache as much as your head will from the hangover that comes from Alcoholator's thrash metal.
Dr. Living Dead were a part of a metal family, they’d be the child of Anthrax and Suicidal Tendencies, and the brothers of Gama Bomb and Lich King. I say this because the first bands I mentioned seem to be their direct influence from old school thrash metal. And the other two are the bands the perfectly fit in from the modern thrash metal scene.
Old school Kreator is back from the early eighties? Oh no, my mistake, it’s the Bay Area thrash band Hatriot. With Heroes Of Origin, the veteran metal singer Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza is back in action. We know this legend from his time with Exodus and off course from Legacy (now Testament).
Knight Fury is not a normal band from the US, it’s a real super-group from Arizona. The members of this band are well established in the US-scene like Chris Sanders on guitars (ex- Lizzy Borden). Dave Ellefson on bass and Ken Mary on drums may be known to metal-fans as (former) musicians in bands like Megadeth and Alice Cooper.