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ROT

ROT

ROT


There are 6 bands with the name Rot: 1. Rot was one South Americas most prominent grindcore acts; formed in October 1990 and hailing from São Paulo, Brazil. As opposed to most extreme Brazilian bands of the time, Rot belonged to the 'socio-political' grindcore scene, in terms of their lyrics and themes. As stated by the band, "The lyrical part is very important to the band, showing a very sceptical, sarcastic and radical feeling towards life and society in general. Read more on Last.fm
There are 6 bands with the name Rot: 1. Rot was one South Americas most prominent grindcore acts; formed in October 1990 and hailing from São Paulo, Brazil. As opposed to most extreme Brazilian bands of the time, Rot belonged to the 'socio-political' grindcore scene, in terms of their lyrics and themes. As stated by the band, "The lyrical part is very important to the band, showing a very sceptical, sarcastic and radical feeling towards life and society in general.

Although the band was labelled as political we never felt like this since we have a lot of personal and philosophical issues that makes the band identity even stronger". After hundreds of gigs and releasing four full-length records, two compilations, innumerable Singles, EPs / Split LPs / EPs / CDs / Tapes - with such bands as Agathocles, Psycho, Yacøpsæ, Mesrine, Catheter, etc. - Rot eventually called it quits in 2008. Official Website: http://www.myspace.com/rot-odg 2. Belgian band most famous in the region of Antwerp.

They dub their genre "Raping Thrash". For more info: http://www.rot-rapingtrash.be/ 3. U.S. band. 4.

Greek alternative metal band with albums ROT and pRovOcaTiv http://www.rot1.com/ 5. Vietnamese Black Metal band fronted by Loki, also of Brutore, and Rotten Fetus. 6. A Japanese noisecore/hardcore punk band. 7. A British death metal band with black/doom metal elements, formed in October 1994 by Paul and Mick Kenney, of Fukpig and Anaal Nathrakh fame, respectively.

They released a number of demo tapes and played a stint of live gigs around Birmingham before changing name to Dethroned in mid-1996. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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