Their sound draws influences from various styles - including crust, death metal and hardcore - and play within the self-proclaimed style of 'crustgore'. Although most of the lyrical content revolves almost entirely around gore, G.O.D. adamantly expresses their strong leftist socio-political views of Anti-Patriarchalism, Anti-Sexism, Anti-Misogyny, Anti-Racism , Anti-Homophobia, and Anti-Capitalism / Neo-Liberal Globalization. Currently a 3-piece, G.O.D.'s line-up consists of: Riley - Guitar / Vocals, Dan Arrgh - Bass / Vocals and Leezus - Drums. Former bassist, Steve, left the band in early 2011.
Members of G.O.D. played in Forever Annihilating The Obese before the death of their bassist, and currently play in Crazy Bomber, Excommunicated, Avon Dealer, Indictable Mischief and Twister Fister. Official Pages: http://www.myspace.com/grotesqueorgandefilement http://godgrotesqueorgandefilement.bandcamp.com/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/GOD-Grotesque-Organ-Defilement/190266364369707 3) G.O.D (Groove Over Dose) was a successful K-pop group. G.O.D. was a Korean male group, the name an acronym for Groove Over Dose. The group has been quite successful, releasing seven albums and being one of the few groups to have an album become a "million seller" in K-pop.
They have since disbanded, as the members were required to fulfill their compulsory military duties. Some members have gone on to have solo careers. It consisted of Kim Tae Woo (김태우), Danny Ahn (데니 안), Park Joon Hyung (박준형), and Son Ho Young (손호영). 4) An Italian Symphonic Death Metal band. 5) UK House and Garage duo made up of Jeremy Sylvester and Mike Millrain (although not always both at the same time). The first release 'Limited' (Chilly001) was produced by Grant Nelson & Simon Firmin otherwise known as 24 Hour Experience.
The artist name was hi-jacked by Jeremy & Mike for the latter releases which had nothing to do with Grant & Simon. 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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