Langona and October Rage

Langona is a spider genus of the Salticidae family (jumping spiders).

Langona species are similar to those of the genus Aelurillus. Species Langona alfensis Heciak & Prószynski, 1983 — Sudan Langona aperta (Denis, 1958) — Afghanistan Langona atrata Peng & Li, 2008 — China Langona avara Peckham & Peckham, 1903 — Southern Africa Langona bhutanica Prószynski, 1978 — Bhutan, China Langona biangula Peng, Li & Yang, 2004 — China Langona bisecta Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia Langona bitumorata Próchniewicz & Heciak, 1994 — Tanzania Langona bristowei Berland & Millot, 1941 — West, Central Africa Langona goaensis Prószynski, 1992 — India Langona hongkong Song et al., 1997 — Hong Kong Langona improcera Wesolowska & Russell-Smith, 2000 — Tanzania Langona kurracheensis Heciak & Prószynski, 1983 — India Langona maculata Peng, Li & Yang, 2004 — China Langona magna Caporiacco, 1947 — East Africa Langona maindroni (Simon, 1886) — Senegal Langona mallezi (Denis, 1947) — Egypt Langona manicata Simon, 1901 — South Africa Langona mediocris Wesolowska, 2000 — Zimbabwe Langona minima Caporiacco, 1949 — Kenya Langona oreni Prószynski, 2000 — Israel Langona pallida Prószynski, 1993 — Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan Langona pallidula Logunov & Rakov, 1998 — Turkmenistan Langona pecten Próchniewicz & Heciak, 1994 — Kenya, Tanzania Langona pilosa Wesolowska, 2006 — Namibia Langona redii (Audouin, 1826) — Egypt, Israel, Syria Langona rufa Lessert, 1925 — Ethiopia, East Africa Langona senegalensis Berland & Millot, 1941 — Senegal Langona simoni Heciak & Prószynski, 1983 — India Langona tartarica (Charitonov, 1946) — Central Asia, China Langona tigrina (Simon, 1885) — India Langona trifoveolata (Lessert, 1927) — Congo basin Langona ukualuthensis Lawrence, 1927 — Namibia Langona vitiosa Wesolowska, 2006 — Namibia Langona warchalowskii Wesolowska, 2007 - South Africa Footnotes ^ Murphy & Murphy 2000: 275

October Rage and Langona

October Rage are a rock band from Central Coast in the state of New South Wales in Australia, formed in 2008. They were also winners in a radio competition in 2010 to be able to play and support Bon Jovi in a concert in Sydney. They recorded their debut album, Outrage, and released it on iTunes on 3 September 2011.

Contents 1 History 2 U.S Outrage Tour (2012-13) 3 Present 4 References 5 External links

History

Brothers Nick (vocals, guitar) and William Roberts (bass) began the project with a single minded purpose of creating hard hitting, head banging tunes, stadium rock anthems and majestic ballads to satisfy even the most avid rock fan.

After returning from L.A in late 2008, the brothers began their search for like-minded talented musicians. They found them in the form of Rory Bratby (drums) and Tim Ciantar (guitar). Their loyal fans have stated that they produce a live show that leaves the audience gasping and screaming for more. Bratby’s thundering grooves have many nicknaming him a "young Bonham", whilst Ciantar’s lightning fingers shred the fret board with a crazed intensity highlighting his blistering solos and chunky guitar riffs.

October Rage went to Melbourne and recorded their debut single "Silver Line" with award winning producer Adrian Hannan, with mastering by Martin Pullan at Edensound Studio’s (Deep Purple, Ritchie Blackmore).

October Rage was winner of the competition held by the Australian radio station Triple M Network to play along with Bon Jovi on their world tour while visiting Australia at the Sydney Football Stadium in December 2010.

On 15 July 2012, their next single, "White Walkers", became number 1 on online radio station, Untapped Radio. A platform for unsigned bands from all over the world.

On 30 July 2012, guitarist Tim Ciantar announced his departure from October Rage, advising he would finish with the band after the first leg of their US Outrage Tour.

On 29 August 2012, drummer Rory Bratby announced his departure from October Rage, advising he would finish with the band after the first leg of their US Outrage Tour.

On 30 August 2012, October Rage announced J.B Gilbert as their new guitarist. J.B was a former guitarist for the band Dead To Fall.

On 10 September 2012, October Rage announced Alan Toka as their new drummer. U.S Outrage Tour (2012-13)

The band started their American tour in June 2012. Starting in the southern and south eastern states.

(Texas, Mississippi, Ohio, Alabama, South Carolina, Louisiana, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Georgia)

During the tour, the band have played alongside many bands. At this time, most notably with Sevendust.

In August 2012, the tour will move to the West Coast of America. (California and nearby states)

Where they played as a supporting role for Steel Panther.

In September 2012, the tour continued back to the southern and south eastern states, as well as the northern states of America.

Where they played as a supporting role for Saliva (band). Present

October Rage recruited Newcastle (NSW) natives Kai Chambers (son of original XTC drummer Terry Chambers) on drums and John McMullen on guitar and keyboards in 2013.

They have just recorded a new E.P titled "FALLOUT, DUST AND GUNS" scheduled for release in August.
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