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Vegas

Vegas

Vegas


.1. “...Inspired by everyone from Throbbing Gristle via GISM to Integrity, Vegas’ brand of traditional metalcore is complemented by an edgy willingness to experiment, as well as a slew of subversive conceptual activity...” Vegas gave life to their artistic vision shortly after the dawn of the new millennium. With creative fires ignited by the physically confrontational nature of Japanese punks G.I.S.M. via the unrepentant early-80's ferocity of bands like Life's Blood and Negative Approach Read more on Last.fm
.1. “...Inspired by everyone from Throbbing Gristle via GISM to Integrity, Vegas’ brand of traditional metalcore is complemented by an edgy willingness to experiment, as well as a slew of subversive conceptual activity...” Vegas gave life to their artistic vision shortly after the dawn of the new millennium. With creative fires ignited by the physically confrontational nature of Japanese punks G.I.S.M. via the unrepentant early-80's ferocity of bands like Life's Blood and Negative Approach, the group channels their raw metallic attack through the intense apocalyptic tenets of the "holy t" hardcore spearheaded in the 90's by the legendary Integrity (whose enigmatic frontman Dwid joins forces with vocalist and lyricist T on "Rhythm of Decline").

Such musical aesthetics and abstract introspective lyrical explorations seem to have been all but forgotten by today's contemporary breed, while thriving in the subversive climate of Vegas' allegiance to branching out from the foundations of traditional metallic hardcore by undertaking calculated experiments with avant-garde dynamics reminiscent of fringe acts such as Throbbing Gristle or flirtations with apocalyptic folk, indicating the band’s diverse potential. Expanding on some of their darker and more somber interests in Roses Never Fade - a side project that includes members of Integrity and Pale Creation - ensuring that the focus of Vegas remains rooted in the bitter pessimism and base aggression that should appeal to any fan of traditional, no-holds-barred metallic hardcore. -www.aversionline.com 2. Vegas is a Greek hip-hop/pop band. They formed in 2009 and they became famous with their sing "Tis manas sou (I agkalia)" (Your mother's embrace).

They consist of rapper ZeRaw, female singer/vocalist Melina Makri and DJ Airth. On December 2009 they released their debut album "Vegas", with two more hit singles, "Tous Ponaei" (They hurt) and "Arxizei to party" (The party begins) 3. Vegas is the name of a short-lived UK collaboration by Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and Terry Hall (Specials AKA, The Fun Boy Three, etc.). The project released a slick electronic pop album that was heavily promoted by label BMG in 1992 and a few singles which fifteen years later still proves to be a worthwhile effort.

4. Hailing from the dense swamps of Temse, Belgium, this foursome of elaborate hatchet men is always in the mood to heat things up a notch. In the midst of a generic landscape of hardcore and punkrock-outfits, this combo paved their own unyielding conduit. Spiced with vivaciousness a la Erase Errata, the invigorating skirmishes of Les Savy Fav and oozing Unwound-esque chunks of megahertz, this band excels without becoming a brazen epigone.

They display healing as well as poisoning qualities, all under the thick varnish of sheer aesthetics. It’s the mesmerizing soundtrack for a journey through some depraved casino. Nurturing compulsion in a booty shaking procedure. Without a possible refund. (Thanks to Flip) 5.

Michael Wojcicki (Vegas). Along with Jason Maldini, Darren White (D-Bridge), Dan Stein (Fresh) Vegas formed Bad Company in 1999 from the ashes of Renegade Hardware act Future Forces. Bad Company UK or )EI3(, is the stage name 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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