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    mine r atreyu, lacuna coil, cky,devildriver, fear factory,slipknot, killswitch engage, shadows fall, him,lamb of god, nightwish, soulfly, avenged sevenfold, marilyn manson, otep, eighteen visions, mushroomhead, and many many more.(note alot of those r heavy metal, metal etc.

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    i don't care and nor do you.

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    Adam & The Ants
    Adverts
    Albertos Paranoias
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    Nazis Against Fascism
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    Predator
    Pseudo Existors
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    Pure Hell
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    Radio Stars
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    Red Letters
    The Reducers
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    Spitfire Boys
    The Squad
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    The Stiffs
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    why cant you spell properly?

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