16 ridiculous bands. Get over here.
THE Metal monsters return to BitGen, battle armor ON and weapons of rock at the ready to thoroughly melt your face off.
Entire game soundtracks performed live alongside a live speed of the game they are covering - what else could you want?
Paying homage to the memorable Final Fantasy soundtracks while bringing an assault of two crushing 8-string guitars, a grinding yet thunderous bass, and aggressive poly-rhythmic percussion with hard hitting blast beats.
Metal/rock covers of Mega Man X, Donkey Kong country and others mixed in with some sick nasty instrumental originals.
Mind bending instrumental arrangements forged underground in the guts on NYC with a few video game and TV theme music to boot.
(New York, NY)
Synth driven rock tributes of all your video game music faves.
Deep cut video game covers
The Fucking Champs meets the Advantage with nifty 2 amp output rigs and guitars with bass strings on em.
VGM scene all-stars delivering a potent selection of video game music covers from the classics you might not remember until you hear em!
(Location: a mystery)
Denim clad rock n' Roll ninjas slicing through party peeps with nonstop, high-energy rock tunes about kicking bad guys, ninja stuff, pizza, and partying.
Chiptune/rock instrumental power trio here to mash down the garbage.
If ever the term "nintendocore" actually applied it would be for Unicorn Hole. All original songs, complete with lyrics about all your favorite games and game characters screamed over punishing metal/chiptune/EDM.
Returning to keep everyone turned up to crunk the witches come back to Baltimore to get the party started.
Guitar driven Chiptune original complete with original visuals (formally of This Place is Haunted fame)
Mixing up the program with some original hip hop about all thing geeky.
Going supersonic all over the ones and twos, this dude has enough chaos emeralds to keep your butt shaking.