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Powered by Audioscrobbler™There are six artists with the name Release.

1. Hardcore Band from Edison, New Jersey United States (1988-1990) Band Members: Rob Fish : Vocals, Chris Zusi : Guitar, Greg Shafer : Bass, Chris Caponegro : Drums, Joe Coia : Guitar

2. Groove/Thrash Metal band from San Francisco, California. Formed in 1994. The band is split up. Band Members: Aaron Zimpel - Vocals, Guitar (Metal Church, Anvil Chorus), Gary Wendt - Guitar (Sacrilege B.C., Skinlab), Nathan Harlow - Bass, Steve Kilgore - Drums. Released one album entitled "End of the Light" in 1995 on Century Media records. It's sound is typical 90's post-thrash metal, although slower and more atmospheric with less emphasis on stop-start rythms as more popular 90's metal/groove bands such as Pantera, Machine Head, and Fear Factory. Has the gloom of Alice in Chains with a mature, slamming approach and delivery that did not appeal enough to the younger crowd and did not sell well.

3. Drum & Bass producer and dj from Chicago (http://www.myspace.com/releasechi)

4. Ambient/experimental artist from Australia (http://releasemusic.bandcamp.com/)

5. A depressive/suicidal black metal band who contributed the track "Working towards Humiliation" to the Suicidal Depression Compilation, released by Rotting Grave.

6.) A Danish heavy metal band who were active during the 70s and 80s.

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