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Country: Canada
Founded: 2011
Disbanded: active
Members: Ralf Muller
Albums: Detonate (2013)
Reviews: Detonate
Interviews: -
Bio: 22Hertz is a solo project of Ralf Muller, who founded the band in Toronto, Canada in 2011. The debut album released two years later brings a cloud of distorted guitar riffs, gentle piano add-ons, slightly distorted but melodic vocals, brooding yet not depressive moods and tension - all wrapped into a high quality production.
Associated acts: -
Date Added: 10/18/2013 Visits: 345
Country: US
Founded: 1996
Disbanded: 1998
Members: Rob Halford, Bob Marlette, John Lowery, Ray Riendeau, Sid Riggs
Albums: Voyeurs (1998)
Reviews: Voyeurs
Interviews: -
Bio: 2wo was an English industrial metal band, formed by former Judas Priest lead singer Rob Halford as a side project, after the break-up of his first solo project, Fight. Halford and guitarist John Lowery aka John 5 formed the group in 1996, and were signed to Trent Reznor's Nothing Records label. Reznor produced their sole output, Voyeurs, which sold poorly. Halford disbanded the group two years later.
Associated acts: Judas Priest, Fight, Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson
Date Added: 08/05/2012 Visits: 384
Country: US
Founded: 2004
Disbanded: 2012
Members: Mike Ostrander, Shawn Kelly, Dustin Olsen, Jason Bazinet
Albums: Reverse Technology (2004), Catastrophic Failure (2006), Choke (2008)
Reviews: Choke
Interviews: Jason Bazinet (2007)
Bio: The music was written primarily by Mike Ostrander, with some additional contributions from Shawn Kelly (programming, composition on both albums), Dustin Olsen (lyrics for a few songs on Catastrophic Failure) and Jason Bazinet (guest vocals on Catastrophic Failure). On stage performing credits include Shawn Kelly (keys, backup vocals), Dustin Olsen (keys), Jason Bazinet (drums) and Kevin Preston (keys).
Associated acts: SMP
Date Added: 08/05/2012 Visits: 382
Acumen Nation
Country: US
Founded: 1988
Disbanded: 2012
Members: Jason Novak, Ethan Novak, Dan Brill, Jamie Duffy
Albums: Transmissions from Eville (1994) (1998), Territory=Universe (1996) (1998), More Human Heart (1997), The 5ifth Column (2002), Lord of the Cynics (2003), What the F**k?: 10 Years of Armed Audio Warfare (2005), Anticore (2006), Psycho the Rapist (2007), Artifacts II: 1989-1994 (2008)
Reviews: Transmissions From Eville, Psycho The Rapist
Interviews: -
Bio: Formerly known as Acumen. The band met with a legal dispute regarding the Acumen moniker, and had changed it to Acumen Nation. The current line-up consists of Jason Novak (vocals, guitars, programming), Eliot Engelman (bass), and Dan Brill (drums). June 21, 2012 Acumen Nation guitarist Jamie Duffy died due to an overdose of sleeping pills.
Associated acts: Czar
Date Added: 08/05/2012 Visits: 414
Country: US
Founded: 1992
Disbanded: 2013
Members: David W., James P., Robert Guerrero, Rachel Bennett
Albums: Pieces of Life (2010), Wreckage of the Past (2013)
Reviews: Pieces of Life
Interviews: 2010
Bio: AR3A is based in Houston, Texas and was founded in 1992 r. After three years it became a one man project led by multi-instrumentalist David W. (Vocals, Synths, and Guitars). The band didn’t tour often, preferring the studio over live events. David is supported by James P. (Synths, programming) in the recording studio, while Robert Guerrero (Guitars) i Rachel Bennett (Synths) along with various drummers join them for the purpose of live shows.
Associated acts: -
Date Added: 03/21/2015 Visits: 396
Country: US
Founded: 1994
Disbanded: 1996, 1998 - 2000
Members: Scott Albert (Klayton), Buka, Tommy Victor, Jim Thirlwell, Lauren Boquette, Marco Forcone, Daren Diolosa, Chris Donahue, OG/John
Albums: Argyle Park: Misguided (1995) (2004), AP2: Suspension of Disbelief (2000)
Reviews: Misguided, Suspension of Disbelief
Interviews: -
Bio: Argyle Park was an underground industrial rock supergroup founded in New York City in 1994 and active until 1996. Members of the group reformed under the name AP2 in 1998, and were active under that name until winter 2000. Signed to Christian music labels, the band suffered repeated controversies within the Christian music scene for not being positive and evangelistic enough in its lyrics and outlook. The project was named after an actual park in Babylon, Long Island, where the members of Argyle Park grew up together.
Associated acts: Circle of Dust, Celldweller, Klank
Date Added: 08/05/2012 Visits: 417
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