Alabama Bands

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  • 3-Nails >>
    We're still an up and coming band, but we are well known across Northeast Alabama. We have played a several churches, colleges and Christian clubs. I guess our biggest gig has been Snead State, but we have also played a the well known Christian club-The U
    Genre Hard Rock | Location Douglas Alabama | 2003 - 2004
  • 41down >>
    we are going to release a New CD called true prallels....
    Genre Alternative | Location Montgomery Alabama | 2000 - 2001
  • 6hoursfrail >>
    6hoursfrail is a considered a Metalcore band for Christ! Combinding Hardcore, NuMetal, Death Metal, and Old School Thrash all into a Mind Boggling Listening experience!
    Genre Christian | Location Saraland Alabama | 2003 - 2004
  • Aberration >>
    Our biggest gig was at the Cullman Civic Center at Leefest. We had we had over a hundred people come to see us. We will have our first album out late November, early December.
    Genre Hard Rock | Location Cullman Alabama | 2000 - 2001
  • All4God >>
    Tight christian rap , for fans of. 3-6 mafia , master-p , juvenile , b.g , no limit , dayton family
    Genre Rap | Location Mobile Alabama | 2003 - 2004
  • BBHBethany >>
    Pain is a common medical complaint. Have you seemingly exhausted all treatment options? Have you considered acupuncture? Acupuncture uses needles to stimulate the body's energy flow. Before turning away immediately, look at this article to discover more about it. It is important to relax before going to an acupuncture treatment. If you are tense, the needles will not be able to get past your clenched muscles. Breathing deeply just before the treatment or listening to some relaxing music should help. If you are having problems with tensed muscles, let your acupuncturist know about this problem. If you are going to an acupuncturist to treat a specific problem, make sure you describe the problem in detail. You might not get relief after only one treatment. If your acupuncturist recommends that you keep coming back until the problem is gone, you should schedule several appointments and stick to them. If you are skeptical about acupuncture, don't move forward with it until you've alleviated whatever is holding you back. Acupuncture is not an area that everyone is immediately comfortable with. It involves needles for one, and the mindset is quite different than Westerners are used to. Learn all that you can prior, and make a conscious decision once you're confident in it. If you are pregnant, past your due date and wanting to get labor started, consider using acupuncture. This pain-free, natural practice can pinpoint specific parts of the body which can bring on contractions and help labor to progress. It is important to only use this past your due date however, so as to avoid pre-term labor which might be dangerous to the baby's health. Ask your acupuncturist how many years of experience they have. It is important to choose a doctor who has been practicing for at least five years to make sure they know what they are doing. Look for reviews on the Internet and ask your acupuncturist for a few references if you want to learn more about their methods. If you're apprehensive about visiting a chiropractor, fear not! The needles are not nearly as large as the one your physician uses, and most people report hardly feeling them at all. The minor discomfort you may feel from a session of acupuncture will be well worth the total relief you will feel thereafter! Develop a treatment program with your acupuncturist. Based on your needs, he can customize a program for you that can work around your schedule. Schedule appointments around the times when you are least stressed to get the maximum benefits from each treatment. This will encourage to stick with the program. The treatment should always be scheduled at a time of relaxation. Trying to undergo acupuncture directly after a stressful or taxing event will cause your treatment to be less successful than normal. The best choice is to make your appointment at a time of day where the windows before and after treatment are relatively calm. This will allow you to reap the full benefits of treatment. If you are nervous about acupuncture, schedule a time to meet with a practitioner and just talk before you begin treatment. Oftentimes, you can get a lot of questions answered and some clarification about your concerns from an initial consultation. This can help to ease your mind, making your treatment process that much more effective. Once you finish up with the acupuncturist, stay away from both coffee and alcohol. These drinks dehydrate you, and that is bad for your treatment. Acupuncture can cause the release of toxins, which have to be flushed out of your system. Alcohol and coffee will inhibit that process, so they should be avoided. Remember that acupuncture uses needles. Don't be surprised when you go to your appointment and you see all the needles used in the procedure. Once you get over the fact that there will be needles used, you will be a lot better off. Acupuncture rarely is painful and it is usually all in your head. Some patients experience a runny nose or slight flu like symptoms following an acupuncture treatment. In Chinese medicine, it is believed that colds and flus are at the root of many ailments within the body. These symptoms are just the body's way of releasing toxins, and they typically do not last for long. Do your best to keep yourself comfortable during this time, and you will soon return to optimum health. If you are feeling anxious, bring a comforting item to the appointment. This can be especially helpful for your first session. You might want to bring a favorite blanket or comfy pillow. It may help you be less stressed out so you can be in a good place while getting treatment. That is usually fine, but make sure to ask your practitioner first. While visiting your acupuncturist is a huge part of the healing process, he will likely send you home with some things to do at home. These self-care treatments may include pressing on pressure points or even relaxation techniques to help reduce stress. Always do your homework to speed up recovery! If the needles are a problem for you, you should look for an acupuncturist who offers treatments without needles. Acupuncture can be practiced by simply applying pressure on certain points, including your nerve endings. You should give this method a chance if you are unable to relax because of the needles or if your skin gets easily bruised. Do not be put off if your practitioner has other treatments in their arsenal that are sans-needle. Cupping or massage may also be used. They are normal methods in addition to traditional needles, so fear not. If you do not like something, tell your acupuncturist. Some acupuncturists will offer the ability to buy a block of visits in one discounted lump sum, but be wary. These plans often cover an entire year's worth of appointments, and their hope is that you will stop attending while they keep the money for doing nothing. Consider buying into such a plan carefully. Anyone with a pacemaker needs to be cautious about acupuncture. Some techniques used in acupuncture involve electrical pulses that are administered through the needles once they are inserted. This is usually not a problem. But, if you are someone with a pacemaker, such pulses can interfere with its operation. Tell your acupuncturist about the pacemaker you may have prior to getting any treatments done. Pain has many forms and many sources, but it is now easy to see that acupuncture is a great solution for all of them. You have done your due diligence and have taken the time to understand any risks and considerations pertaining to acupuncture by reading this article. You can now safely begin seeking acupuncture treatment for your pain.
    Genre Acoustic | Alabama | 1911 - 1911
  • D Watts >>
    D. Watts released her latest album, Brand New Start, in February 2007. Beginning in March, she is launching her tour and is calling it Rock the Message. From Birmingham, Alabama.
    Genre Christian | Location Birmingham Alabama | 2007 - 2008
    Dead Center just released a four-song demo, titled Dead Center , and the song Gunslinger has been played at #1 for two weeks on the locals show for two weeks at #1.Check out the website and download the songs, its worth the time!
    Genre Heavy Metal | Location Tallahassee Alabama | 2003 - 2004
  • DrSandraVann >>
    Genre Acoustic | Location NY Alabama | 1911 - 1911
  • esoteric >>
    We're a prog rock band. We've gotten some radio play in Italy, but little support at home. We've mounted the task of not only turning people on to our music, but to progressive music in general.
    Genre Hard Rock | Location Birmingham Alabama | 2004 - 2005
  • Ethan and the Ewox >>
    Based in Jacksonville, Alabama, Ethan and the Ewox is a four member acoustic rock band.
    Genre Acoustic | Location Alabama Alabama | 1999 - 2000
  • fly in the ointment >>
    A politically fueled, punk influenced barrage of sound intelligently sensitive to the environmental, moral, and somewhat faschist agendas set forth by society.
    Genre Psychedelic | Location Florence, Muscle Shoals Alabama | 2003 - 2004
  • Hearing Test >>
    Still looking for the latest member!
    Genre Industrial | Location Birmingham Alabama | 2006 - 2007
  • JamBrother >>
    This is a great young band consisting of 12, 13 and 15 year old boys from North Alabama. They mix classic rock with current hits and occasionally Christian Rock. JamBrother just completed their first demo CD and is looking forward to playing many local ev
    Genre Rock | Location Athens Alabama | 2004 - 2005
  • Loaded Dice >>
    From Huntsville, Alabama, these guys will take you on the ride of your life both live and on their soon to be released debut CD.
    Genre Rock | Location Huntsville Alabama | 1999 - 2000
  • LSD >>
    Upcoming CD soon to be released Bag of Tricks
    Genre Rock | Location Enterprise Alabama | 2000 - 2001
  • Meet the Next >>
    A modern, classic rock band with influences from the Beatles to Train, from Birmingham, Alabama.
    Genre Pop | Location Birmingham Alabama | 2005 - 2006
  • ONE DAY >>
    One Day was influenced by Blink 182, good charlotte, and relient k. Most song that we play are oldies that i have re-written into punk.
    Genre Punk | Location Dothan Alabama | 2004 - 2005
  • Season Of The Soul >>
    Season Of The Soul is not your average Christian Rock Band. They are exploding onto the music scene with a hard rock image and a passion for the Lord. Their music is inspired by everyday life experiences and is intended to reach people on a more personal
    Genre Christian | Location Dothan Alabama | 2006 - 2007
  • Shadowbox >>
    Shadowbox can be best described as a melodic rock project. We play all original material. 80's style rock and roll...without the hair. We're in the process of recording a 6 song demo. You can currently download 5 of the 6 on our website.
    Genre Modern Rock | Location Birmingham Alabama | 2003 - 2004
  • Smithaffomi >>
    Genre Acoustic | Location Lubbock Alabama | 1911 - 1911
  • Superia >>
    Keep me away from the man who says I am a candle to light up your way Keep me away from the wisdom that lies Wanna walk on the sunny side cause I got no time To wonder why..... -- Archie D ( Superia) Band Description: Roskilde Festival 1998 was our
    Genre Alternative | Location Helsinki Alabama | 2005 - 2006
  • the Bad Ideas >>
    ...hence the name -new CD 99 tracks $10
    Genre Progressive | Location Tuscaloosa Alabama | 2000 - 2001
  • theJudasGoat >>
    Formed in the early winter months of 2006, TheJudasGoat are forging a new path, cutting across genre barriers as they combine the best elements of Industrial, Progressive, and Gothic rock, to create a sound all their own.
    Genre Hard Rock | Location Decatur Alabama | 2007 - 2008
  • zenkil >>
    Musically zenkil does not fit into any one genre very well. The genres that summ them up though are Industrial, Rock-a-billy, goth, disco, statikdisko, alternative.
    Genre Industrial | Location Birmingham Alabama | 2000 - 2001
  • Zero Space >>
    Punk and rapcore band from the smallest town on the face of the earth, Hartselle, Alabama.
    Genre Punk | Location Hartselle Alabama | 2000 - 2001