There are four recording artists entitled Node: NODe (Not-Ordinary Dead) (Italian elctro-pop-garage-indie band). Node (electronic collective), Node (Italian thrash metal band), Node (Swedish electronic dub act). NODe (Not-Ordinary Dead) (Italian elctro-pop-garage-indie band): was formed in 2011 from Johnny Lubic and Kamoto San, both coming from years of music in other bands and formations. Johnny Lubvic worked in discography for years, for indie lables first and then for majors, learning mixing and mastering techniques and artistic production also, leading to the ultimate production of the first EP from Not-Ordinary Dead, with the music co-worker Kamoto San. Tuning the Untunable was released in february 2012 from Ninthwave Records, historical label from Boston (USA), owned by Dave Richards.
The second work, a full lenght LP named Tragic Technology Inc. has been released in 2013 for 2419 Record Label, with new members joining the ranks, Pak T2R and Luis Moonad.
The band works on his own electronic instruments production, Johnny Lubvic appears on controllerism.com, for his creation, the “Basstroller”, and actually they craft many controllers, they are part of the Controllerism movement. Node (electronic collective): Dave Bessell, Gary Stout, Ed Buller, and Flood (who produced albums for U2 and Nine Inch Nails) cling tightly to their vintage keyboards and make them click, howl, sweep, and pulse with nothing less than exploratory genius. Read more about Node
Our database have 20 song lyrics of Node. These lyrics are listed in alphabetical order and properties of their songwriters.
Toby Spence interview: 'The sounds that came out were terrifying'
- Source: Telegraph - London - UK [Music]
"I came round after the six-hour operation with my thyroid glands and lymph nodes removed. I was completely traumatised, but after two weeks I had recovered sufficiently to see my marvellous singing teacher David Pollard and start the process of reconstruction. The weird sounds that came out of me at first were really terrifying, but David advised me to think about how far I had come, rather than how far I had to go.Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix on Being an Underdog, the UPROAR Tour and His Relationship With Randy Blythe
- Source: Noisecreep
Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix had a health scare earlier this summer when he disclosed that a node was forming on his vocal cords, but to hear him speak today, everything seems to be under control.