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Betraying the Martyrs (FR)

Betraying the Martyrs is a French deathcore band. With a new and refreshing attitude to modern metal that is certain to take the music scene by storm. The original line up, established in December 2008 consisted of a group of open minded individuals, whose only goal was to write punishing tracks, deliver an astounding live performance and portray a good image with a new message of positive thinking and good morals. Their first track was recorded in February 2009 in Paris by famous metal producer Stéphane Buriez (Loudblast).

The first EP, "The Hurt, The Divine, The Light", released on the 18th of November 2009, received great response and success and allowed to the band to tour the UK, France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerlan...

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There are multiple artists by this name.

1. Sweden’s Normandie have become a fast rising rock music based machine. The band started of in September 2013 and have already toured Europe and Scandinavia as opening acts for Memphis May Fire, Adept, Betraying the Martyrs, Anberlin and many more.

2. Normandie is an American rock band formed in Los Angeles in 2009, featuring vocalist Aimee Echo and multi-instrumentalists Jamie Miller and Chelsea Davis who also makeup 3/4 of the dance rock band theSTART. Their sound is likened to Blonde Redhead, My Bloody Valentine, Pixies, Portishead, Sonic Youth and the soundscaping of Brain Eno. They display a visceral take on rock and roll, art rock and ambient music, allying them to c...

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Gather Your Heroes

"Gather Your Heroes - Norrorts* new rising star

Gather Your Heroes is a heavy, newly started band from Norrort*. The band mixes the styles here and there and would love to get influenced and inspired by those who are listening to their music, they are open minded and passionate about their music. Several of the six members have played in several bands before, they are now relying on a close-knit band with inspiration and experience from many different sources. "

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