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The Crown is a death/thrash metal band formed in Trollhättan, Sweden in 1990. Their original moniker (until 1998) was Crown of Thorns for the band's first two albums, which had to be changed due to another band already using that name.
Their music and lyrics are inspired by death, anti-religion themes (mostly targeting Christianity) and rebellion. They are known to fuse death metal with thrash influences.
The Crown disbanded in 2004. Lindstrand went on to form One Man Army and the Undead Quartet. Tervonen and Saarenpää formed Angel Blake, named after a song by Danzig. Despite having broken up they made one last release as a tribute to their fans. A triple DVD set containing live shows, and bootlegs.
Dia Psalma are almost legendary in the Swedish punk scene. Their music is best described as punk and metal tunes with influences from folk music with lyrics stretching from politics to Swedish folklore. The band is best categorized as "trallpunk", a Swedish term to describe punk sung in Swedish with lyrics easy to sing along with.
The band was formed in 1992 from the 80's punk band "Strebers" after one of the members died in a car accident. Ulke and Ztikkan recorded one last album called "Till en vän" (to a friend) with a drum machine replacing their friend and then decided to start a new band. They found Stipen who joined them as a drummer and in 1992 Dia Psalma was formed.
During the 90s Dia Psalma swept in like ...
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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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Richie Ramone (born August 11, 1957 in New Jersey, USA) is an American drummer best known for being the drummer of the legendary band punk rock the Ramones. From February 1983 to August 1987. Richie was notable as the only drummer of the Ramones to sing vocals on songs, and to be credited as the only composer and writer of 6 songs of the Ramones. Read more on Last.fm . User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.