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Dead Skeletons (IS)

Nascent Icelandic band with ties to The Brian Jonestown Massacre.

Dead Skeletons (Iceland) came into being in 2008 as an accompaniment to an installation for a show at the Reykjavik art museum by artist Jón Sæmundur (Dead). Looking for a spiritual battle hymn for the show, Jón began recording with Henrik Björnsson (Singapore Sling) and Ryan Van Kriedt (The Asteroid #4). This initial song, Dead Mantra, became an underground hit, prompting the full length LP Dead Magick (A Records), released by the band in 2011. Read more on . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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The band Audionom was created in the spring of 1999 primarily influenced by german rock from the early seventies, then called krautrock, but also had connections to punkrock. The band played at places like Harvest (lo-fi summer festival), Fylkingen (scene for experimental music), Accelerator (club) and Emmaboda (festival for indie music). Mostly we made gigs at clubs in Stockholm. After three and a half years and many different members coming and going, the band was dispersed, and stayed that way for a year or so. In 2004 the band teamed up again and did some live performances at special occasions. Audionom has released a 7" EP "Audionom"(2001/2002) and a split LP "Audionom/Sickoakes split"(2002) with the postrockgroup Sickoakes and a re...

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The Janitors

There are several bands called "The Janitors"

1)The Janitors were an alternative rock/Noise rock band from Sunderland & Newcastle, formed in 1984.

They were led by singer Andrew Denton, who was backed by Craig Hope (guitar, keyboards), Simon Warnes (bass guitar), and Tim Stirland (drums). Described as "a mixture of Membranes meeting Captain Beefheart, they signed to Marc Riley's In-Tape label, releasing their debut single, "Chicken Stew" in July 1985. It went on to reach the top 10 of the UK Independent Chart. Second single "Good to be King" was also an indie hit, reaching number 14, and debut album Thunderhead, produced by Jon Langford of The Mekons, peaked at number 6 on the indie albums chart. The band recorded t...

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