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Piledriver

Piledriver

Piledriver


There are several bands known as Piledriver. Band One: Canadian power/thrash metal band. Band Two: Japanese Hardcore Punk band in existence from 1987 and still around today Band Three: An industrial metal act from Oslo, Norway who released 3 albums between 1995 and 2002, as well as several tracks on various compilations. Piledriver dubbed their form of industrial metal "dunderdisco" (thundering disco), and combined harsh hardcore guitar with simple drum machine beats, strange synthesized melodies and angry vocals. Read more on Last.fm
There are several bands known as Piledriver. Band One: Canadian power/thrash metal band. Band Two: Japanese Hardcore Punk band in existence from 1987 and still around today Band Three: An industrial metal act from Oslo, Norway who released 3 albums between 1995 and 2002, as well as several tracks on various compilations. Piledriver dubbed their form of industrial metal "dunderdisco" (thundering disco), and combined harsh hardcore guitar with simple drum machine beats, strange synthesized melodies and angry vocals. The result is a blend that is perhaps closer to synthesizer-punk than your average industrial metal. This is further underlined by their use of humoristic lyrics and title references (among other titles we find "bohemian idiocy", a parodic medley of queen covers). A Mouthful of Venus' Soda (1995) (Maxhine head) Staying Up Late With Piledriver (1996) (Maxhine head) Heavy Electricity (2002) (Hard records) Band members have links to Norwegian rock acts Turbonegro, Gluecifer and Snuten amongst others, as well as the nationally well known squat Blitz, in Oslo.

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