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Ascend is a collaborative musical project from California, United States between Gentry Densley (Iceburn, Eagle Twin) and Greg Anderson (Sunn O))), Goatsnake, Engine Kid, among others). Both have been making music that has crossed paths several times in the last 19 years. The most notable being during the 90s when Anderson’s band Engine Kid toured with and shared a split album with Densley’s band Iceburn. During that time both were heavily experimenting with the fusion of jazz (Mahavishnu Orchestra, Miles Davis, John Coltrane) and the dark behemoth tones of influences such as Melvins, Gore, Slint, Caspar Brotzman.
Ascend re-visits some of the tones, and moods of their past works as well as traveling into uncharted territory al...
These five gentlemen from Stockholm, Sweden are all about having a good ol' time, which in their definition is to create music. Two of the five men met for the first time in High School. One said to the other: "I like metal and hardcore music" which upon the other said: "Me too". And they were off!
A year or so later, Bursting Veins decided to go BIG! They recruited a drummer and so Niklas joined the band. In 2007 Peter took over the vocal part of the band and they recorded their first EP, "Dead And Gone". Later that year the bass player at that time left the band to start a new one, and with that Mippe joined the band aswell. In 2009 they recorded their second EP, "Phoenix".
In 2011 Bursting Veins is planing to tak...
Slowlife is a Swedish metal band. The band members are Kristoffer Österman (Vocals), Mikael Österman (Guitar), Johan Flodell (Guitar), Christian Andolf (Bass) and Sillen (Drums).
A discription from there homepage - http://www.slowlife.net:
"A brutal metal and hardcore crossover act with influences like At The Gates, Will Haven and Killswitch Engage. SLOWLIFE has been compared with acts like The Haunted, Great Deciever and Lamb Of God."
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