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There are ten artists known as Ram.
1st: RAM is a Swedish heavy metal band formed in 1999. They boast uncompromised, no-frills approach to their music.
2nd: RAM is the alias of Kouichi Yamazaki, known for composing music for the beatmania IIDX music video game series.
3rd: RAM is a mizik rasin band based in the city of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The band derives its name from the initials of its founder, songwriter, and lead male vocalist, Richard A. Morse. The band's music has been described by Morse as "vodou rock 'n' roots", and has been one of the prominent bands in the mizik rasin musical movement in Haiti. RAM began performing together in 1990, and recorded their first album in 1996. The band's music i...
There are at least 5 bands called Trial:
1) Hardcore band from Seattle, Washington, United States. Since forming in 1994 the band has worked desperately to communicate their infusion of activism, emotion, anger and intensity in a world where people are more comfortable remaining sedate. Challenging that attitude, Trial has never given up, all the while fueled by a relentless desire to play hardcore music which is charged with political and personal fury.
2) A peace punk / post-punk band from San Francisco, featuring Cyrnai (ex-Treason/Sleeping Dogs/State of Mind). They released one 7" ("Inborn System") and one LP entitled "Moments of Collapse" in 1986.
3) A german EBM band from Hannover active since 1991...
Pagan Rites is a black metal band from Halmstad, Sweden formed in 1992. Besides a live-album in 2000 and several smaller works they released two albums: "Mark of the Devil" in 2003 and "Pagan Metal - Roars of The Anti Christ" in 2006.
Lenny Blade (Venom) - Bass
Thomas Karlsson (Unholy Pope) - Vocals
J.Voltage (Hora) - Guitar
C.J. Sodomizer - drums
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