There are 7 bands under this name. 1) First band to have the name was a shortlived New York Hardcore band from the late 80s. 2) Based in and spawned by the underground industrialmetal scene of Tokyo, Japan, thier music is a mixture of catchy, crushingly intense metal riffs and a streak of techno. They are a new kind, a new species, a NEW BREED. ...show more
There are 7 bands under this name. 1) First band to have the name was a shortlived New York Hardcore band from the late 80s. 2) Based in and spawned by the underground industrialmetal scene of Tokyo, Japan, thier music is a mixture of catchy, crushingly intense metal riffs and a streak of techno. They are a new kind, a new species, a NEW BREED.
Thier plans for the future? Bigger...and even better. "We want to continue making music that will change the Japanese music scene someday. We don't want to limit ourselves to Japan anymore, " says lead vocalist, Toyo, " and we hope that our music will someday find itself in the hands of music lovers around the globe." Toyo (Vo) Tama (Gt, Prog) Tommie-B (Ba) Mark (Dr) Zestone Records 3) New Breed is the group of psalmists that travel with Praise and Worship Titan, Israel Houghton. they Incorporate a blend of African rhythms, rock and soulful beats into modern praise and worship to form a very eclectic, broad base, powerful music experience.
4) The second are a Christian rap duo based out of Boston, Massachusetts and composed of the siblings Rosario (Whose stage name is Macho) and Elsie Ortega. Puerto Rican in heritage and originally from Brooklyn, New York, their diverse origins and upbringings can be heard in the lyrics and production they have for their music. They are also a part of the Tunnel Rats crew based out of California. 5) The first was a little known UK freakbeat combo from the mid-60s on the Decca label, who recorded a song 'Unto Us' that can be found on the Decca compilation The Freakbeat Scene New Breed has released two records under the Uprok label, "Stop the Music" (2001) and "Nine" (2004) 6) Garage rock band from Sacramento, CA recorded 8/1966. ...show less
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