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Muskelrock 2015

Anvil (CA)

1. Anvil is a Canadian heavy metal band who has influenced many musical groups including Slayer and Metallica. The band's history is chronicled in the 2009 documentary Anvil! The Story of Anvil.

The roots of Anvil began in April 1973 in Toronto, when high school friends Steve "Lips" Kudlow and Robb Reiner began playing music together. They met through friend, guitarist and neighbour Marty Hoffman, but "musical differences" caused his departure after their first show. It was not until 1978 that the first lineup that was to become Anvil was formed: Steve "Lips" Kudlow (lead vocals, lead guitar), Robb Reiner (drums), Dave Allison (vocals, rhythm guitar) and Ian Dickson (bass).

In 1981, the band released an independent ...

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There are multiple artists with this name:
1. A heavy metal band formed in Arvika, Sweden, 2004, currently based in Stockholm. They have released four full length albums, are active and currently signed to Nuclear Blast records.

Enforcer plays and performs in a style very similar to older speed metal bands like Agent Steel, Exciter and Anvil. When the Sweden Rock Magazine asked them about playing 'old school', they answered "heavy metal isn't old school, it's timeless". After releasing two demos in 2005 (which were entirely created and played by Olof Wikstrand), he recruited band members Jakob Ljungberg on drums, Jonas Wikstrand on bass, and Adam Zaars on guitar. With this lineup in place, they re-recorded two previously ...

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Blues Pills (US)

Blues Pills are a Swedish rock band, formed in Örebro in 2011. The four piece released EPs and singles before signing up with German record label Nuclear Blast and releasing a successful self-titled debut album Blues Pills. The band released their second album Lady in Gold in August 2016.

History: Formation and EPs
In 2011, half-brothers Zack Anderson (bass) and Cory Berry (drums), formerly of Radio Moscow, were in Iowa and met singer Elin Larsson, who was staying in California. Together they recorded two demo tracks and published them on YouTube, after which label "Crusher Records" offered them a deal. The band toured to Spain and France, where they met 16-year-old guitarist Dorian Sorriaux, whom they invited to Örebro a...

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There is more than one recording artist that goes by the name Tribulation:

1) Tribulation is a death metal band from Arvika, Sweden. In 2004 Tribulation arose from the ashes of the fallen angel Hazard. After a few line-up changes Tribulation became a four piece consisting of D.D. Sars and Evil Kid Joe on the guitars, Jonka on the bass guitar and throat, and Bob Gentle as the devil on the drums. In 2005 the delayed “The Ascending Dead”-demo was released. The demo hadn’t been out for long when Zombie Ritual Tapes contacted us and wanted to release it, and so they did. The recordings of an EP took place and the result was the, once again delayed, “Putrid Rebirth” 7”. It was released by the mighty Blood Harvest Records. As for now...

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There is more than one artist with this name:

1) A Swedish hard rock/heavy metal band from Växjö. The band has released four albums: Heading for the Top (2006), Bite the Bullet (2008), Highway Pirates (2011), Full Pull (2012) and Storm of Blades (2014) .

The current line up is: Hell Hofer (vocals), Hampus Klang (lead guitar), Erik Almström (lead guitar), Adam Hector (bass), Gustav Hjortsjö (drums),

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2) An early 1970s rock group that was essentially a one-hit-wonder, with the song "White Lies, Blue Eyes" reaching number twenty-eight in the U.S. in 1972.

3) A U.S. band who provided the soundtrack for The Safety of Objects. They have released one CD: official si...

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