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Old 6th May 2011, 02:07 PM   #1
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Im always looking for Hard R. / aor / hair Metal bands i never heard of . If anyone knows good bands is this genre (less known) please post them here , thanks !
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Down and Above is a great band out of MN.
Down and Above | hold your breath for a rising tide
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Kelly Doyle. Saw him a few days ago for the second time. Great stuff, ranging from metal to Zappa-progressive.

YouTube - Kelly Doyle Band - "Philip Penis"
YouTube - Kelly Doyle Band - "Swinging Breasts"
YouTube - Kelly Doyle "Kumar"

Attendees of the last JanFest will recognize the second guitarist in the last clip.
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75 hits in nine months. Great or just OK?

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Old 7th May 2011, 12:29 AM   #5
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Great, which is different than "famous," alas.
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No offense meant, I check other people's recommendation in search of something new. Lately though, your links are turning up a lot of bands that remind me of my brother's Old Socialist folk band:

YouTube - Trinity River Folk at The Kessler Theater

He's the mandolinista. It's a far cry from his glory days as the bassist for his old group, Course of Empire:

YouTube - Infested Course of Empire

Never mind the cheesy '90s graphics, they were an exciting hard rock group.

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Corroded.
YouTube - CORRODED - Piece By Piece (Official Music Video)
The singer used to be my musics teacher.

Kill! Kill! Pussycat
YouTube - Kill! Kill! Pussycat - Robot Girl [HD]
People from my hometown. I know the guy to the left playing guitar and the singer. This is the only song on youtube of them but i think they have done more songs recently.


At The Gates
YouTube - At The Gates - Slaughter Of The Soul
Another Swedish group. Old-school Gothenburg heavy-metal
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Old 9th May 2011, 08:16 PM   #8
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i like hard rock from Zeppelin to Pantera but my favourite period in hard rock history is the 86-92 period
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If you want to go way back check out Deep Purple "In Rock"
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I'm not so much into that Poison/Metallica/GN'R era, and these bands don't fit that time frame, but have you heard the debuts of Legs Diamond, Moxy, or Lone Star (not the sappy country band Lonestar, but the Paul Chapman rock group)?
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