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Lebanon

Lebanon

Lebanon


There are at least two bands named Lebanon: 1) Lebanon are a d-beat hardcore band from Portland, OR, with NWOBHM // Motörhead influences. The four-piece includes vocalist/guitarist, Brad Boatright (From Ashes Rise, Deathreat, Warcry, No Parade, The Cooters); bassist/vocalist, Derek Willman (From Ashes Rise, Hellshock, Remains of the Day, Coldbringer, The Estranged); guitarist, Josh Armstrong; and drummer, Joel Smith. They've been a band since late 2008 and Southern Lord has just released their debut 2-song 7", "Overdose // Overload. Read more on Last.fm
There are at least two bands named Lebanon: 1) Lebanon are a d-beat hardcore band from Portland, OR, with NWOBHM // Motörhead influences. The four-piece includes vocalist/guitarist, Brad Boatright (From Ashes Rise, Deathreat, Warcry, No Parade, The Cooters); bassist/vocalist, Derek Willman (From Ashes Rise, Hellshock, Remains of the Day, Coldbringer, The Estranged); guitarist, Josh Armstrong; and drummer, Joel Smith. They've been a band since late 2008 and Southern Lord has just released their debut 2-song 7", "Overdose // Overload." Lebanon has a Myspace profile with songs available for streaming--http://www.myspace.com/nwophc 2) Lebanon are an instrumental post-rock band from Tel Aviv, Israel. Lebanon are: Juval Haring (Guitar), Avinoam Sternheim (Guitar), Avishay Londner (Bass) and Ira Morstyn (Drums). Lebanon has a sound consisting of choppy math-rock patterns mixed with intricately layered guitar riffs. In Spring 2007 they released their second album "Planet Rubble", which followed their debut "Sunken City", released in 2006.

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