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Similar Artists To: 3 Inches Of Blood

Posted in Heavy Metal, Power Metal, Similar Artists To:, Speed Metal, Thrash Metal by newmusicexcess on April 3, 2010

3 Inches Of Blood - Advance And Vanquish

After posting yesterday about the forthcoming 3IOB tour, I felt like putting together a playlist of popular albums by similar artists to 3IOB. So, once again, I fed the band through my ‘listening suggestion’ procedure. Here is what I ended up with, a sort of Power/Thrash/Speed album list:

  • 3 Inches Of Blood – Advance & Vanquish
  • Iced Earth – The Dark Saga
  • Primal Fear – Jaws Of Death
  • Grave Digger – Heavy Metal Breakdown
  • Mystic Prophecy – Vengeance
  • Beyond Fear – Beyond Fear
  • Rebellion – Miklagard
  • Cellador – Enter Deception
  • Running Wild – Port Royal
  • Wolf – Wolf

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Similar Artists To: EMF

Posted in Alternative, Alternative Dance, Alternative Rock, Dance-pop, Grebo, List, Similar Artists To:, Top Albums by newmusicexcess on March 27, 2010

EMF - Stigma

When I was searching yesterday for some Tom Jones video’s for my post, I noticed that he often covered EMF’s hit Unbelievable during his live shows. At one point they actually played together on a music show. So that got me thinking about EMF, the second album Stigma (which was way darker sounding than the debut), and similar artists that were around at that time and I ended up putting together one of my similar artists playlists, the process for which I documented on an earlier “Similar Artists To” posts. Here is the album list I ended up with:

  • EMF – Stigma
  • Jesus Jones – Liquidizer
  • Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine – 1992: The Love Album
  • Ned’s Atomic Dustbin – Brain Blood Volume
  • Pop Will Eat Itself – This Is The Day…
  • The Farm – Spartacus
  • The Soup Dragons – Hang-Tent
  • The Wonder Stuff – Never Loved Elvis
  • The Shamen – En-Tact
  • Inspiral Carpets – Life

Well, I suppose I hade better post that EMF/Tom Jones performance, seeing as I mentioned it. In case you are wondering the track Unbelievable (the bands big hit) appeared on EMF’s first album, Schubert Dip.

 

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