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BuriedUnborn
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 06, 2020 4:09 pm 
 

Needs research. - 36 Hours (United States)

From Buffalo/Lancaster, New York. Only songs I could find by the band are from their last EP and are heavy metal, but their older stuff might not be. Formed in 2000, released two albums in '01 and '02, and the afforementioned EP in '05 before disbanding that same year. Afterwards, the band's vocalist started a rap project called "Thirty Six".

Rebirth (2/6/2001, CD)
1. Wasting Time (4:33)
2. Frustration (5:04)
3. Revelation (6:07)
4. Renaissance (5:31)
5. Revolt (4:34)
6. Come Here Tonight (6:10)
7. These Black Boots (4:03)
8. Erased (5:38)

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The Road to Nowhere (2002, CD)
1. Intro
2. Buffalo Attitude
3. Perfect Have I Grown
4. Let the Music Guide You
5. Domino Effect
6. I've Been Here Too
7. Come to Terms

Contempt (10/3/2005, Digital-only apparently)
1. I Will Rise (4:08)
2. Contempt (4:12)
3. Breathe (4:26)
4. Staring at Me Now (3:34)

The last EP includes keyboards, something not present in their earlier albums. There might be another release that I probably missed.

Known members:
- Larry Myers (Bass ?-2005)
- Kevin Reichmuth (Drums ?-2005)
- Jae Hugar (Keyboards 2004-2005 / Vocals ?-2005)
- Shawn Szczygiel (Guitars 2004-2005)

The band had another guitarist previously, but his name is unknown (it might be somewhere in the old archives of their site though)

Links:
- Local Band Network
- Official site @ archive.org
- Rebirth on Rate Your Music
- Rebirth on All Music
- Somebody selling The Road to Nowhere

Contact:
- Email: jae@thirtysixhours.com

Needless to say it's dead.

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EDIT (19/03/2020): I found a song, but it's rap, no metal at all there, not even rock. It's apparently from their last release before disbanding, so they might have shifted genres; if any of their previous releases sound like this, then we can confirm they're not metal.

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Regarding 36 Hours:

I found a song, but it's rap, no metal at all there, not even rock. It's apparently from their last release before disbanding, so they might have shifted genres; if any of their previous releases sound like this, then we can confirm they're not metal.

EDIT: Found more in the web archive, and they are in fact metal (apparently). I might add the band soon.

PaganiusI wrote:
Should receive some more 36Hours stuff from one of the members soon.


EDIT 2: I uploaded their Contempt EP to YouTube last month. Still need samples from either one of their albums to be able to submit the band.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 07, 2020 9:21 am 
 

Added. - Jetlag
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Genre: Heavy Metal
Locattion: (Netherlands)

Released "Sense of Time" Demo in 1987. Proof of a physical release is required.

Thé Hogervorst - Vocals (Stealclaw, Anguish, Go Tee)
Peter van der Meulen (Stealclaw, Anguish, Go Tee)
Marcel Singor - Guitar (Squealer)
Oscar Kraal - Drums (Squealer)


http://www.cascadestudio.demon.nl/jetlag/index.htm

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Have you tried contacting any of the band members through Facebook?

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Thanks, pag.
Regarding Jetlag: The band was recently submitted by Joe Cubbie, who was albe to find their official Bandcamp with proofs of valid releases, so I think, that they could be taken from the list, too:
https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Jetlag/3540463425

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BuriedUnborn
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 07, 2020 4:35 pm 
 

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Needs research. - Jetlag
Genre: Heavy Metal
Locattion: (Netherlands)

Released "Sense of Time" Demo in 1987. Proof of a physical release is required.

Thé Hogervorst - Vocals (Stealclaw, Anguish, Go Tee)
Peter van der Meulen (Stealclaw, Anguish, Go Tee)
Marcel Singor - Guitar (Squealer)
Oscar Kraal - Drums (Squealer)


http://www.cascadestudio.demon.nl/jetlag/index.htm


Have you tried contacting any of the band members through Facebook?
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BuriedUnborn
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 07, 2020 8:30 pm 
 

Needs research. - 43 Phreeks (United States, Progressive/groove metal)

From Akron, Ohio. They seemingly played progressive/groove metal or something around those lines. Known period of activity is between 2003 and late 2005 (last known activity was on 11/11/05). Released a physical demo in DVD or CD (format unclear), and apparently recorded a music video.

They could also have been a nu-metal band given they shared stages with bands of that genre. But no songs are available in the web as far as I'm concerned.

Demo (15/06/2004, CD or DVD)
1. Pick Up the Slack
2. This Hate
3. Paradigm

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From what I could dig up, it was sold or given for free at shows and by contacting the band members.

Known band members:
- J-Dub (Bass)
- Shaggy (Guitars)
- Fitz (Vocals, 2004-) (ex-CSTSD, ex-Sinical, ex-The Anti-Drama Heroes, ex-The Stiffies)

- Link Phreek (Drums, 2003-2005) (ex-Broken Shoes, ex-Drazah Raw, ex-Eastwind, ex-Fatal Intentions, ex-Livewire, ex-Sei Per Tre, ex-Sfear, ex-Verbal Irony)

Link Phreek was born in Hungary, and lived in Italy for many years before moving to the US in the mid-to-late 90s, he seemed to have left the band sometime in 2005. I'm unsure if "Link" is his real name or just a nickname. Fitz seems to be the surname of the vocalist.

Known links:
- Bandmix
- Local Band Network
- Official site @ archive.org

Contact:
- Email: admin@43phreeks.com (dead)
- Physical: 3041 Manchester Rd. Akron, Ohio 44319.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 08, 2020 6:26 pm 
 

Needs research. - 8 Ways 'till Sunday (United States)

AKA 8WTS, band from Brookfield Winsconsin. Started in 2003, last known activity was in late 2005. Genre is unknown but it might be somewhere between hardcore and symphonic metal, also possibly being nu though, but no music is available online. They released two demos:

Demo (October 2003, CD probably, actual name of the demo is unknown)
1. Shiver
2. Zombie
3. Funk 72
4. Dreamscape
5. Liquid Road
6. Alone
7. Summertime
8. Ride Like the Wind

8 Ways (04/07/2004, CD most probably)
1. Today
2. Fester
3. Closer
4. Sour
5. Presence

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Both were surely CDs as I've stated, but I don't know where they could be found or bought, and they might have just been digital songs uploaded to their now-defunct page; research is needed.

Known members:
- Ron (Drums)
- Tony Seidl (Guitars) (Septembrist, ex-Excision, ex-Krook)
- Spark (Mark Thomas) (Vocals) (ex-Krook)
- Jerry (Bass, 2004-?)

- Mike Lesch (Bass)
- Steve Luedke (Keyboard, Samples)

Mike Lesch left the band at some point during 2003-2004, and Jerry was brought during July 2004 or earlier. Krook was a nu-metal band, they have a Reverbnation.

Links:
- Local Band Network
- Official site @ archive.org

LBN has little useful information. Their official site ran mainly on flash player, and while some of the flash stuff is still visible and can be interacted with, most of it is dead; there was a version for dial-up connections which was text-only but there's nothing valuable apart from some lyrics there.

Contact:
- Email: ron@8waystillsunday.com (Ron)
- Email: markthomas@wi.rr.com (Spark)
- Email: jerry@8waystillsunday.com (Jerry)
- Email: seidltony@yahoo.com (Tony)

Of course these emails are defunct, why am I adding them?
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PostPosted: Sat Feb 08, 2020 6:48 pm 
 

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2020 12:43 pm 
 

Please, remove the bands Greedkick, Igniter, Rescator, The Guild and Tempus Fugit from the list, since they have all been accepted now.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:55 pm 
 

Done.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 10, 2020 7:57 am 
 

Thanks, pag.
Regarding Jetlag: The band was recently submitted by Joe Cubbie, who was albe to find their official Bandcamp with proofs of valid releases, so I think, that they could be taken from the list, too:
https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Jetlag/3540463425

I also think, that it could be worth to try to listen to the three Aisenmond songs, which I have found. They namely confirm the comparisons to Rammstein in the review. The first two songs soud like a mixture of Rammstein and OOmph! and the third song has also a mmedmedival rock elenents similar to The Merlons and Subway To Sally. So, nonone of the songs is metal imo.
Lastly, Tempus Fugit's name is still visible on the list for some reason. Could it be corrected? Thanks.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 12, 2020 3:53 am 
 

ThStealthP wrote:
Needs research. - Koldt
Country : Spain
Genre: Funeral Doom/Death Metal
Status : Unknown
Releases : Only Ashes Will Remains (demo) from 2010, I need physical proofs of this releases.
Samples here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-Dr2kwd2oE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UInpHhqRuiA

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Regarding Koldt:
https://myspace.com/koldtdoom
There's a total of 4 tracks on their Myspace.

Looking at their Myspace profile from Mid 2010, they just uploaded a demo songs called "Empty Life"
https://web.archive.org/web/20100629000 ... /koldtdoom

No trace of a supposed demo that was released that year.

Also that youtube description of Melangia says "This is our second demo, Melangia"...suggesting that it's just that one song?

What's your source for the "Only Ashes Will Remains" demo?

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Interview in Catalan:
http://elcafemetal.blogspot.com/2010/10 ... -doom.html

"Les demos les reparteixo jo directament, però tinc la intenció de dur-les a editar. Actualment estic mirant diferents llocs per poder fer-ho."
"I directly distribute the demos but my purpose is bringing them to the factory [free translation]. I'm actually considering different places to do it."

Private releases, hand to hand?

Don't forget to relate the band to Aeternal Mortuary. Their sole member is:
https://www.metal-archives.com/artists/ ... lle/327644

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Sadly, those Aisenmond samples don't work for me.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 1:06 pm 
 

Added. - Access (Germany)
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I tried to find samples from the "Eagles In The Air / The Turner" single of the German band Access, but couldn't find any.

Review ( http://thecorroseum.org/rev/access-eagl ... e-air.html ) describes one side as hard rock and B-side as metal, so probably not acceptable, but best to be sure though.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 7:57 pm 
 

Needs research. - Apathy (US)
Style: Crossover

One more band I have found while reading through old MetalPage reviews archived on Corroseum (http://thecorroseum.org/rev/apathy-out-the-window.html).

This one is described as "playing a really interesting Crossover style while basically being a Metal band but several alternative/punky influences can be found on "Out the window" too". I am interested in how significant those "alternative/punky influences" are, but couldn't find any samples.

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https://www.ebay.com/itm/apathy-out-the-window-lp-/161951109539?oid=323289896494
https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/3962699?ev=rb

Two copies for sale in the US. Just in case someone wants to grab a copy. They ain't too expensive. Shipping it to Germany probably would though.

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 19, 2020 8:21 pm 
 

PaganiusI wrote:
Sadly, those Aisenmond samples don't work for me.

That's a pity, but the links still work for me normally.
What I did:
Step 1: I entered the Track 4 band profile
Step 2: I clicked on "Musik".
Step 3 : I scrolled to "Titel ohne Album".
Step 4 : I clicked onthe link underlined as "Ewigkeit geschenkt".
Step 5 : I was taken to something called Track 4 player. It offers diverse possibilities, for example to download the song, but I clicked on the "Play vido" button and the song started to play.
Then i repeated it with the two other songs.
Here is the direct link to the Ewigkeit geschenkt" song. mayb it will work this way?
https://www.track4.de/agentur/player.php?songid=843
The second song:
https://www.track4.de/agentur/player.php?songid=858
Third song:
https://www.track4.de/agentur/player.php?songid=854

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:59 am 
 

Needs research. - Bastille (UK - NWOBHM)

Meant to post this a while back but got too busy, anyway, just asking in case anyone knows more about this band. I tried submitting a NWOBHM act called Bastille a few months ago on the back of a couple demos they claimed to have made (mainly the second demo), however I couldn't find photos of them. They appeared on a V/A compilation called "New Electric Warriors", and while it's proof they at least existed, that won't qualify as a physical release for their approval as you know. Was curious if anyone perhaps owns, or knows someone who owns their demos, or knows anything else at all about these guys. The band was active from 1979 to roughly '80 or '81 and their singer would eventually join Tank for a brief stint. It was said that Adrian Smith and Andy Barnett assisted them in making their demos.

Their 1979 demo had three songs:
1. Rock is My Life
2. Murder in the Rain (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnoHflf92MA)
3. Breakout (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEnn1LbtgYc)

Their 1980 demo had three songs as well. On the videos there's a band flyer showing some info which I used in my submission. Some band members commented on a couple of the videos, but don't seem to use YouTube actively so when I asked a couple questions I got no responses:
1. Hard Man (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOAUF9oiuTY)
2. You'd Better Run (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVm-74BGlOc)
3. Rock is My Life (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VI17O_mksG0)

Members of the band included (at various points in time):
Colin Woodgate on Bass
Mick Ransome on Drums
Paul Ward on Guitar (also played in DiAnno)
Richard Bull on Vocals (apparently joined Tank for only a few weeks)
Roger Bull on Drums
Mick Filby on Guitars
Lee Carroll on Guitars

And here's a little extra info, like their town of origin and a few other miscellaneous things about them: http://nwobhm.com/bastille/

Thanks for any help.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2020 7:30 am 
 

HellBlazer wrote:
Here's a strange one. This demo that's currently on the French Ancestral's page is apparently by a different band. The guy from the band says they never had a demo by that name, and I'm inclined to believe it's not just a whitewashing attempt. The logo on the tape insert is completely different, and the text seems to indicate that the sole member was "Ögat", which doesn't fit with the other Ancestral either. Could it be this guy? No idea.

I'm leaving the page for that demo up for now to keep the info, but it would be great if we could find enough info to add the other band and move this release over.


Hey guys, regarding Ancestral, I found the audio from "My Garden of Solitude" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQg9KvE ... e=youtu.be
As you said, the logo isn't the same, "Ögat" isn't part of the band neither. And here I'm adding that they are not sounding the same at all.
Here's the audio of "Seven path beyond" : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mwKU9tqtiY

The Ancestral from "My garden of solitude" sounds more like... well, not really black metal, there are some black metal-ish parts, but I don't know what genre put over this demo. And the Ancestral from "Seven Path beyond" is black/death metal "well played" I would say. So I really do think they aren't the same bands, but idk where does the one of Ögat come from, and I don't know if it's metal enough to be approved on the archives.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 27, 2020 6:48 pm 
 

Please, remove the bands Cephas, Mortiana and lament from the list, since they have been already accepted.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 29, 2020 6:41 am 
 

Regarding Legend Of Sinai: I have finally found a song from the demo and it's clearly heavy metal:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9w7jCG-29A

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 29, 2020 8:06 pm 
 

Regarding Fatal Delay: I have found out, that Fatal DElay's former bassist Garret Thomas is nowin a project with Bride vocalist Dale Thompson called The Thomas Thompson Project:
https://roxxrecords.com/products/the-th ... -lovecraft
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arret Thomas, Dale Thompson (Bride, The World Will Burn, No Other God, Perceptual Paranoia) and Tiago James de Souza (Perpetual Paranoia. Hand of Fire and Godman)

At age 12 Garret started to learn to play the guitar then when he turned 14 he played bass in his brothers band called Fatal Delay they opened

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 8:26 am 
 

Dunno if jamz is willing to share this with Az or Pag.
viewtopic.php?p=2882267#p2882267
Needs research. - Korrigan - End of Illusion
Either way, Korrigan isn't listed and is a potential addition.

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Already listed.He has another tape here. Psychose.
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Thing is, he says it's hard rock, but another tape sounds pretty metal to me:
viewtopic.php?p=2891232#p2891232

Samples:
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=weaP8ReFJNw
- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XD12jhu9U-0

If he's not willing to share his demo, this may even be submittable as is.[/s] Listed already. My bad. Not sure why it didn't show up the first time.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 9:36 am 
 

Sent him a message


Also contacted that Koldt dude.

Also contacted Fatal Delay
Update: Garry doesn't know where his copy is, so no samples from him for now.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 10:15 am 
 

PaganiusI wrote:
Sent him a message


Also contacted that Koldt dude.


Hey my bro, omg, tell me about Koldt. What did you get?

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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 10:18 am 
 

I...sent him a message? That's all that happened so far...
Don't worry, I always post everything I find out in this thread.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 01, 2020 10:25 am 
 

PaganiusI wrote:
I...sent him a message? That's all that happened so far...
Don't worry, I always post everything I find out in this thread.


Uhh, is that I understood by contacted, that you had already obtained something. No problem


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Needs research. - Gloryfication (pre-Suidakra)
Genre: Death/Thrash
Location: Germany

The Suidakra page says they recorded a demo when they were still calles Gloryfication, a demo called "XIII".
Found zero proof for the demo aside from 2 mentions in online want-lists, both list it as being from 1993 even though MA says the band was formed in 1994.
Want lists:
https://metaltrade.webs.com/requestlist.htm
http://metalarea.org/forum/index.php?sh ... id=1129153

The band's discography on their homepage starts in 1997, so that's of no help either.

Needs proof of its existence + samples. The note says Death/thrash hybrid, so it most likely is metal enough.

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Sent Legend of Sinai to the queue. Nice work Witcher.
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 07, 2020 9:49 am 
 

Needs research. - Prophet (US)
Style: Heavy/Speed Metal

Recorded a demo "Rebel's Revenge" in 1985. Need more proof of physical release and distribution.

Sample:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tmamsupni5w

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The demo was recently postedn on the HMR forum. The user Egbert 65, who got thanked in the Facebook post, apparently owns a phthe demo on Cassette, since he made a digital rip of it:
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? ... 1330927005
https://heavymetalrarities.com/forum/vi ... 19&t=38717

Lord_Sauron wrote:
Thanks, I have sent him a private message.

Lord_Sauron wrote:
Just to note, I have received no reply on this demo. If anybody knows more, any help would be appreciated.

ThStealthP wrote:
The FB link is broken, I was going to contact him, do you have his profile saved there, Lord Sauron ?

Lord_Sauron wrote:
I only have his profile on HMR (https://heavymetalrarities.com/forum/memberlist.php?mode=viewprofile&u=3741). He is active, but didn't reply to the message...

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Witcher
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 07, 2020 1:15 pm 
 

Lord_Sauron wrote:
Prophet (US)
Style: Heavy/Speed Metal

Recorded a demo "Rebel's Revenge" in 1985. Need more proof of physical release and distribution.

Sample:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tmamsupni5w


The demo was recently postedn on the HMR forum. The user Egbert 65, who got thanked in the Facebook post, apparently owns a phthe demo on Cassette, since he made a digital rip of it:
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? ... 1330927005
https://heavymetalrarities.com/forum/vi ... 19&t=38717

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Lord_Sauron
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 07, 2020 1:46 pm 
 

Witcher wrote:
Lord_Sauron wrote:
Prophet (US)
Style: Heavy/Speed Metal

Recorded a demo "Rebel's Revenge" in 1985. Need more proof of physical release and distribution.

Sample:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tmamsupni5w


The demo was recently postedn on the HMR forum. The user Egbert 65, who got thanked in the Facebook post, apparently owns a phthe demo on Cassette, since he made a digital rip of it:
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? ... 1330927005
https://heavymetalrarities.com/forum/vi ... 19&t=38717



Thanks, I have sent him a private message.

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PostPosted: Sat Mar 07, 2020 5:47 pm 
 

PaganiusI wrote:
Needs research. - Gloryfication (pre-Suidakra)
Genre: Death/Thrash
Location: Germany

The Suidakra page says they recorded a demo when they were still calles Gloryfication, a demo called "XIII".
Found zero proof for the demo aside from 2 mentions in online want-lists, both list it as being from 1993 even though MA says the band was formed in 1994.
Want lists:
https://metaltrade.webs.com/requestlist.htm
http://metalarea.org/forum/index.php?sh ... id=1129153

The band's discography on their homepage starts in 1997, so that's of no help either.

Needs proof of its existence + samples. The note says Death/thrash hybrid, so it most likely is metal enough.


I sent a message to Suidakra, but they still haven't answered it :(

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 09, 2020 11:23 am 
 

joecubbie wrote:
Needs research. - The Boyz (USA)
Genre: Heavy Metal/Hard Rock

Featuring Joe Hasselvander on drums, they released one EP in 1981 entitled Bustin' Out! If anyone has a sample of the title track or better quality sounding versions of the two presented below, it'd be greatly appreciated.
"Rock N Roll Man": https://youtu.be/gN5QZiJ0Pqs
"Falling Star": https://youtu.be/vOlGzXjpT9I

I picked up a copy on Discogs. It's mainly hard rock; the two songs that weren't available are not metal at all.
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BuriedUnborn
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 09, 2020 6:05 pm 
 

Needs research. - Almatica (Heavy Metal, Argentina)

Name change of A.L.M.A.S., formed by Adrián Cenci sometime between 2004 and 2005. They play Heavy Metal/Hard Rock and are located in Buenos Aires City. Last known activity dates back to early 2018.

These are their known releases:

Biopsia (Demo, 2005):
1. Asesinos de la memoria
2. Como un estruendo
3. Condenado último
4. Libertad

Some sources say the demo had only 2 songs, while other say it had 4, but apparently a video was made for one of the songs and it aired on TV at the time.

Possible cover art:
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Voy a resistir (Full-lenght, incomplete apparently, between 2013-2018):
?. Aplastando mi existir
?. No volverá a vencer
?. Torturador
?. Voy a resistir

The source I'm getting this info from doesn't tell if the album was completed or not, and it doesn't state the tracklist for the songs, only the titles.

In Live (Live album, unknown release date):
?. Por la eternidad

The source lets you download a .rar which includes the song I listed, but there's nothing else to be known about this release or if it's even official.

Apparent cover art:
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Known members:

- Adrián Cenci (Drums, 2004-?, Vocals ?-present) (ex-V8, ex-Logos, ex-A.L.M.A.S., ex-14-22, ex-Agua Pesada)
- Patricio Posse (Guitars) (Excelsis Tenebrae, ex-Serpenthorn, ex-Thrash or Die)
- Rama Dallas (Bass) (ex-Betrayer, ex-Crueliter)
- Rodrigo Fiori (Drums) (ex-Presto Vivace)

- José Amurín (Bass) (Patrón Control, ex-A.L.M.A.S., ex-Cetro, ex-Logos)
- Marcos Vainsenstein (Bass)
- David Nekro (Bass) (Unknown if it's the deceased Bolivian artist or someone else)
- Pedro Bravo (Guitars) (Obsession)

- David Born (Vocals) (Hellion)

Known links:
- Facebook
- Facebook (dead)
- YouTube

- Source 1 - BaulRock
- Source 2 - El bus mas heavy
- Source 3 - Comunidadrocksociety (Mentions the Biopsia demo in a list)

Known contact:
- Email: almatica@live.com

EDIT: Found a news article which apparently confirms the existence and probable release of the band's full-length, but doesn't give any other vital information.

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I already contacted with them 2 minutes ago, they just need to answer me back.

BuriedUnborn wrote:
Regarding Almatica, I've found a news article which says that the band "presented" their album "Voy a resistir" live, but it doesn't say anything about where it was released, which format, or anything at all, more than that it "was released".

https://www.biobiochile.cl/noticias/201 ... cion.shtml
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 09, 2020 6:35 pm 
 

I already contacted with them 2 minutes ago, they just need to answer me back.

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Roel van Rossum
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2020 10:33 am 
 

I wonder if Live Urban Sexx Tribe would be eligible for this site, they were a Sunset strip band and had Lemmy as a big fan. Robert Trujillo hooked them up with their producer, they broke up right before the release of their album in 1993 but it got released anyway a few years ago. Here is more info on them: https://roelvanrossum2.wixsite.com/liveurbansexxtribe

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 10, 2020 5:17 pm 
 

I came across this Japanese underground metal zine, Kabbala, issued in late 90's and early 2000's. On its official website, it provides two volumes of past releases, vol. 10 and 12 (released in 1996), which contains precious information about underground metal bands and their releases. For example, on P. 15 of vol 10, in the review section, there is a band Augus, described as Heavy & Power metal, with a cassette Satan's War Lord. This is nowhere to be found on the internet. I believe it is highly valuable to go through these two volumes and add the missing bands/albums. But alas, I do not understand Japanese, so I think it is proper to leave it to someone who does.

Tip: The pdf may not render Japanese characters correctly in a browser. Download it and open it in Adobe Reader.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2020 12:02 am 
 

Nice find!
For the record, there's a typo in your example (the cover art reveals that the band is called Argus and it's listed ;)
https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Argus/3540293339 )
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2020 2:29 am 
 

Those 'zines have quite a bit of info there that could be used to flesh out a number of entries already on the site. I can't read the kanji, should anyone like to fully mine these issues, but I'll try to collect info for potential additions here as I have the time via copy/paste.
>The zines<

Needs research. - Rabidly Dogs (Heavy/Power Metal)

Bleed Out (demo, cassette, 199?)
1. Light and Shadow
2. I'm Flying
3. Mind to Do It!
4. Bleed Out

Members:
*Shunya - Vocals
*Chinpei - Bass, Vocals
*Hosni - Guitar, Vocals
*Tag - Drums

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Based in Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture. Started 4-5 years ago (so around 1991 I guess?). Started off as a Hard Rock band but then moved into Thrash as a result of multiple changes of members. Key sentence probably: To the overall impression of a Bay Area sound has been added just a taste of a mixture of grunge and death metal, however, it must be said that the consistent momentum and pleasant flow is certainly based on metal. Name is an anime reference, so kinda hard to search for. Can't say I've ever seen a copy.


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Needs research. - Dazzle ("Thrash Industrial Noisecore")

Dead Line〜Live (promo, cassette, 199?, no tracklist given)

It's listed as a four-piece "Thrash Industrial Noisecore" group. It's possible this is just an undocumented promo tape for this Dazzle from Tokyo, but someone more Japanese fluent will need to confirm that.

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That Dazzle seems to be the already listed one from what I gathered. They at least described themselves as "INDUSTRIAL NOISE CORE THRASH" on their old, old homepage:
https://web.archive.org/web/20090831080 ... ofile.html

But wouldn't hurt to have someone who's fluent in Japanese have a look at it.

billm99uk wrote:
The Dazzle already listed began in 1996, according to the old website, which would fit the date of the 'zine. Only problem is they're listed as mainly active in Chiba Prefecture and their address is in Kashiwa City, Chiba. If its the same band they must have relocated to Tokyo but since Kashiwa is all of 40km from central Tokyo its not the biggest move and it seems unlikely two bands with the same name and theme would be around at the same time.

Tape could be this one: http://aduma8.shop-pro.jp/?pid=66025020 but the picture is so bad I can't tell.

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Probably not acceptable (based on Google translate):

*Eat Red Meat - Isolation (described as "punkish rock n roll")
*ガムテジ - 歌と踊りが ギッシリつ まったリズムの爆弾!! (described as hardcore)
*Chop - Let's Enjoy Present Time! (described as a mix of several things including hip-hop, grind, and reggae)
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2020 7:47 pm 
 

Sorry if I am going off-topic with this, but for most of the bands I don't know the genre or country of origin, so I am providing only one post

While listening to some songs on YouTube, I have found this list (after 2:20 mark), which lists several bands not listed here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3aL3f5PNWA
Some of the bands are obviously not acceptable (such as hardcore band Direct Action or hard rock RockDolls: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCh1BgG ... KCHpnsRocw and Holy Soldier). However, there are several band that I have some doubts about:
Needs research. - Stiletto (1988 demo) – no Stiletto I can found released demo in 1988, except maybe this: https://demolitionbook.blogspot.com/201 ... to_29.html

Needs research. - Idle Rich (The Ultimate Evil demo, 1989 and Prime Evil demo 1988)
Wild (Three Song demo)

Needs research. - Scam (or Scan?) (Art of Politricks, 1989)

Needs research. - Raw Deal (Living Evil)

Needs research. - Shame (1988 demo) – I guess it's this one: https://demolitionbook.blogspot.com/2018/01/shame.html

Needs research. - Ataxia (Lack of Order)

Needs research. - Paint it Black (UK demo)

Needs research. - Hellden (The Wet T-Shirt Tapes, 1988) – saw it mentioned only here (maybe also a useful list): http://amethystmetal.blogspot.com/2010/ ... 18_02.html

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2020 8:58 pm 
 

Regarding Live Urban Sexx Tribe: It was apparently a hard rock/funk band in the style of Love/Hate, not really metal.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gzeFn4TQf6w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=La8rTbWs93Q
https://faygoluvers.net/v5/2017/06/live ... e-lust-ep/

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BuriedUnborn
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PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2020 5:44 am 
 

Regarding Almatica, I've found a news article which says that the band "presented" their album "Voy a resistir" live, but it doesn't say anything about where it was released, which format, or anything at all, more than that it "was released".

https://www.biobiochile.cl/noticias/201 ... cion.shtml
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