Some bands have strange pronunciations of their names, that aren't immediately obvious from their spelling.
Entries Beginning with D
David Pirner pronounced as David PUR-nur
Lead singer of Soul Asylum.
The surname rhymes with "spooks".
Rhymes with Joey, not with Maui.
They use the numeral 5 as an 'S', presumably because the two symbols look similar.
The first word is pronounced "dee", not "dye", because it's German.
It means "slaying of a god" (deity)..
DNTEL pronounced as DEE-EN-TELL
No parody here. I'm just tired of people mispronouncing it.
That's right, it's pronounced like "Deena", not "Deanna"
pronounced as Dee-voh
pronounced as DIE-doe
The band name is ancient Icelandic and means "Dark Castles/Fortresses"
Best known in the US for "Captain of Her Heart"; they were from Switzerland, hence the strange pronunciation of their name.
The "w" is silent, as this band name is a compound word made up of "Doom" and "Sword", not "Dooms Word".
"EFX" is a play on the word "effects"
Named after Dr Duran in the movie Barbarella
Dødheimsgard pronounced as Dud-hims-gard
the u like in Burn the i like in I and gard like in bard
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