Rover

Rover
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https://www.facebook.com/rovertheband

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Alter The Design is an 'heavy rock' band based out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with the following influences: Chevelle, Breaking Benjamin, A Perfect Circle, Tool

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Edgy and electronic, Venus In Furs blends a full band with synthesizers and vocals. The live shows are an event with dancing girls and dark, electronic rock. The band has shared the stage with many acts including: Killing Joke, My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult, Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle, Sponge, Violent Femmes.

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Reign of Z is a culmination of years of experience and a drive to move forward. With all the members having extensive time put into their craft, they were able to craft a sonic identity that will ensure their place in music for years to come and make Reign of Z a household name.

Less Than Zero
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https://lessthanzero438.bandcamp.com/

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iNCO FIdO
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iNCO FIdO is known for their non-stop high energy live shows, that have been described as a party on a stage, and, to quote Punksburgh, "A band that you must see live." Although iNCO FIdO is not really a ska band in the traditional sense, the ska community has embraced them with open arms, and have played with such bands as, The Slackers, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Mustard Plug, The Pietasters, Save Ferris, Mephiskaphelese, and The Toasters.

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Formed in 2008, Stone Cold Killer has evolved over the years from a crude punk/metal trio into a well rounded rock 'n' roll assault with a blistering dual guitar attack reminiscent of Thin Lizzy and Guns 'n' Roses. SCK draws on many different influences from many different eras to create their unique rock 'n' roll experience.

Feast on the Fallen
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Bone-crushing metal / hardcore that ties in the concepts of corruption, oppression, authoritarianism, brutality and deceit while putting them into horror/post-apocalyptic themes.

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Tony Marinacci is a professional producer, songwriter and musician. Currently, he runs an entertainment company - Total Music & Entertainment, multimedia recording studio and BMI affiliated music publishing company. Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he is from one of the most accomplished and respected entertainment families to come from the area. Though his experience covers nearly every aspect of the entertainment industry, he has gained the most recognition as an audio engineer for major concerts and a wide range of world-class productions. His services are highly sought after by many live entertainment companies. His extensive studio capabilities also have him in very high demand. He has also been interviewed in MIX and EQ magazines as well as Variety, Billboard and many times in the Pittsburgh media.

From the very beginning, Tony has always been around world-class entertainers. His first real experience came when he joined his father who was a Lighting Director for Tony Orlando and Dawn. Also part of that crew was his father's cousin, John DeSantis, who was already one of the best Production Managers in the biz. Tony has always had excellent instruction and mighty big shoes to fill.

Musically Tony learned piano while growing up in Pittsburgh. After his parents divorced he moved to California with his father. Growing up in the business as a 10-year-old kid in 1976, working on the road crew during summers and holidays. Being around professional musicians, he learned several other instruments, before finding his true love, and became an excellent guitarist. However, despite becoming a pretty good player, he realized that it would still be difficult to make a living being just a musician. Taking advantage of the professional entertainment environment around him, he was able to explore other production jobs. He gravitated towards sound and found that he was able to run mixing consoles. Soon, in 1982, he began helping doing sound for Tony Orlando.