Vanna is an American post-hardcore band from Boston, MA, formed in December 2004 by both guitarists Evan Pharmakis and Nick Lambert.

Members: Davey Muise, Nicholas Lambert, Joel Pastuszak, Shawn Marquis, Eric Gross
Former members:Chris Campbell, Evan Pharmakis, Chris Preece, Brandon Davis, Joe Bragel

Eighteen Visions

Eighteen Visions (sometimes shortened to 18V or 18 Visions) is an American band, founded in October 1995 in Orange County, California, USA. The band broke up in April 2007, less than a year after their major label debut came out. Reformed in 2017.

James Hart - vocals (1995-2007, 2017-)
Keith Barney - guitar (1999-2007, 2017-)
Trevor Friedrich - drums (2004-2007, 2017-)

Former members:
Jason Shrout - drums (2003-2004)
Brandan Schieppati - guitar (1996-2002)
Dave Peters - guitar (1995-1997)
Javier Van Huss - bass (1996-1999)
Jeff Boult - guitar (1996)
Billy Sisler - bass (1995-1996)
Richie Taylor - bass (1996)
Steve Parilla - guitar (1997)
Mick Morris - bass (1999-2007, died 2013)
Ken Floyd - guitar (1995-2007)

Knocked Loose

Hometown: Oldham County, KY
Beatdown Hardcore band

Bad Rabbits

Boston’s Bad Rabbits is a unique mix of power and Soul with the definite propensity to explode on stage. They are the surprising combination of New Jack Swing and late 80s/early 90s dance with a hard, hybrid edge—the combined swagger of Prince with the intensity of Bad Brains.

The innovative genre is called New Crack Swing, a lively twist on an era they were genuinely influenced by, and perhaps only Dua Boakye has the vocals and presence to pull it off. He has that raw Soul that goes back to Sly and the Family Stone, a rare and unstoppable talent; uncanny, as well, when matched with his ability to sing as hard as any rocker today.

The best representation of their sound can be heard on the track, “Stick Up Kids,” which exhibits the vocals reminiscent of the Bobby Brown “My Prerogative” movement, a synth that conjures Morris Day and the Time, and a distinctive hard edge that any fan of high-energy, in-your-face music can enjoy.

As hip hop icon, Slick Rick’s current backup band, the group has developed a taste for extensive touring, and because of their years together in The Eclectic Collective, it’s no surprise they already have a large fan base. Any loyal fan of either group followed Bad Rabbits and appreciated their growth, from their first promos to their unveiling at a Brooklyn venue, as demonstrated by the large crowd that already knew all the words from only Myspace and no official release.

There is an early, undeniable excitement about the band, part fueled by Travis Mccoy (Gym Class Heroes) giving a shout out to Bad Rabbits before thousands at Warped Tour, part because of their clothing sponsor, whose founder, Greg Selkoe, recently told Complex Magazine that Bad Rabbits will be the next big thing out of Boston.

On Broken Wings

Boston-area metalcore band formed in 2001.

Like Pacific

Toronto, Ontario Pop Punk currently signed to Pure Noise Records.

Kublai Khan

American thrash metal band from Minneapolis, Minnesota formed in 1984 and disbanded in 1988.

Hardcore band from New Jersey.

Members are:
Zak - Guitars / Vocals
Brandon - Drums / Visuals
Kevin - Vocals
Mikey - Bass


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