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Rhapsody Of Fire
Epic symphonic metallers from Italy catapulted into the upper echelons of the metal fraternity, joining names such as Dream Theater, Savatage and Gamma Ray.
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'A hybrid of KISS, Send More Paramedics and the cast of zombies from Shaun Of The Dead' - Metal Hammer. Nottingham's Evil Scarecrow claim to be the finest heavy metal band ever to write a song about a robot ...probably. Former winners of the Bloodstock Unsigned Competition, the current line-up features a devilish cavalcade of unruly characters; Dr Rabid Hell, Brother Dimitri Pain, Kraven Morrdeth, Princess Luxury and Ringmaster Monty Blitzfist. This is metal with tongue in cheek.
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Lord Of The Lost
Lord Of The Lost are a metal band from Hamburg. Defined by themselves as 'dark rock', expect to hear an abundance of different genres when they tour around Europe and beyond.
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Officially founded in 2004, Skiltron is the leading folk metal band from South America, based in Argentina. Throughout the last nine years, Skiltron have constantly earned recognition within a scene that is popular in Europe, but still considered a rarity in the rest of the world.
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Xentrix are a British thrash metal band of the 1980s hailing from Preston, Lancashire who were one of the leading lights of the British Thrash movement. They had music videos for their cover of Ray Parker, Jr's Ghostbusters, For Whose Advantage and for their track The Order of Chaos which had regular air time on Headbangers Ball. Xentrix's biggest show was at Wembley in 1991, opening for Slayer. Although Xentrix never gained global notoriety, they had many underground performances with audiences of over 2,000 to 5,000 people in attendance.
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A comedy metal band from Chicago.
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Dendera are one of the UK’s prime up and coming Heavy Metal bands, combining classic metal with an aggressive modern edge. Full of explosive drums, massive riffs, truly epic vocals, and a keen sense of melody, Dendera have stamped their own authority on top of a classic metal vibe.
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Forgotten Remains are a metal band from Chesterfield in North Derbyshire. They play blindingly fast thrash metal with a harder edge, ripping solos and growling death metal vocals being influenced by bands like Slayer, The Haunted, At The Gates, Cannibal Corpse and Pantera to name a few.
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A thrash metal band from Stevenage.
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Hailed by Metal Hammer Magazine (UK) as 'setting 2016 on fire' (alongside Dream Theater, Anthrax, and Devin Townsend), Krysthla is one of the finest underground UK extreme metal acts around and released their sophomore album in April 2017.
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London industrial heavy metallers. In 2019 they celebrate their 20th anniversary.
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A four piece death / thrash metal band from Bristol who formed in 2011. They have since gone on to support such bands as Exhumed, Amputated and Wormrot as well as playing at Bloodstock 2012. Their influences include Death, Morbid Angel and Terrorizer.
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VALAFAR are a group of 5 talented musicians from Bradford, West Yorkshire who write and perform their own brand of Dark/Death Metal. If you like bands like Cannibal Corpse and Amon Amarth, then you will love Valafar! VALAFAR are Wayne Jackson - Vocals, Ben Cook - Drums, Kyle Moon - Guitars, Neil Blanchett - Guitars and Ryan Fosse - Bass.
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'Skull Fox is a four-headed moody, groovy, doomy rock/metal monster from the Black Country with big stoner-esque riffs, unique song structures, twin-leads and extended dark, trippy jams.'
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Frozen In Shadows, Damaj, Impvidus, Lullaby For A Unicorn, Promethium, Transients, Recall The Remains, King Corpse, Flex Bison, Dialekt
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