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The Bliss

The Bliss

The Bliss


There are at least four bands called The Bliss: 1. - The Bliss (2001-2012) were a three piece progressive/alternative metal band from Athens Greece. They got together in 2001. In 2002 they recorded their first demo "BODYCODE" and exposed it to the public for free through their live appearances . In 2011 they released their début album called "Gabbatha". Their sound stems from the early 90's Seattle grunge scene and influenced by Tool. 2. - The Bliss are a three-piece indie/post-hardcore band from the Czech Republic Read more on Last.fm
There are at least four bands called The Bliss: 1. - The Bliss (2001-2012) were a three piece progressive/alternative metal band from Athens Greece. They got together in 2001. In 2002 they recorded their first demo "BODYCODE" and exposed it to the public for free through their live appearances.

In 2011 they released their début album called "Gabbatha". Their sound stems from the early 90's Seattle grunge scene and influenced by Tool. 2. - The Bliss are a three-piece indie/post-hardcore band from the Czech Republic, which consists of Tomas Koula (lead vocal and quitar), Pavel Tomek (bass guitar and backing vocals) and Michal Budinsky (drums and backing vocals). 3.

- The Bliss are a smooth jazz music collective based in Switzerland. 4. - The Bliss were also a Canadian alternative hard rock band who were very active in the late nineties, especially known for its collaboration recordings with other musicians from Belgium. One of those collaborations ended up in the forming of the Belgian rock band Yum. Read more on Last.fm.

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