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Papa Roach is a hard rock band from Vacaville, California, United States. Formed in 1993, it consists of Jacoby Shaddix (vocals), Jerry Horton (guitar), Tobin Esperance (bass), and Tony Palermo (drums). Tony, previously of Unwritten Law, joined the band permanently in 2008; the move came after the departure of one of the band's founding members, Dave Buckner. The band has sold more than 10 million album copies worldwide and are known for their hits "Last Resort", "Scars", "Forever", and "Lifeline", among others.
The group had mostly regional success until their breakthrough with the hit single "Last Resort". That song came from their first major label album, 'Infest', and has remained a fan favorite for years. The band's late...
In case you didn’t know Frank Carter is the former Gallows and Pure Love front man – two bands that couldn’t be much further apart if they tried – one that pushed punk and hardcore into the British mainstream, the other are more upbeat expansive sound. His new project Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes is firmly in the camp of angry snarling and fierce. They emerged seemingly out of nowhere in early 2015 with the single ‘Fangs’, which they soon followed up with an EP, "Rotten", in May, and their debut album, "Blossom", in August.
Frank Carter - vocals
Dean Richardson - guitar
Thomas Mitchener - bass guitar
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There are at least two bands called "Blindside".
1. Band from Stockholm, Sweden.
2. 90s Straight Edge Hardcore band from Pennsylvania, USA. Members went on to form Stillwater and Atari.
3. Band from Australia (1992 - 1995) that appeared on the Summershine label.
4. Straight Edge hardcore band from Belgium.
1. Blindside is a post-hardcore/alternative rock band from Stockholm. They formed in 1994 as "Underfree" and kept that name for two years before releasing their debut EP in 1996.
In 1997, Tooth and Nail Records got a hold of the EP and signed Blindside. The first album, which was self-titled (Blindside), was released to American audiences. This album had quite a raw, punk rock feel and was well...