Some bands have strange pronunciations of their names, that aren't immediately obvious from their spelling.
Entries Beginning with E
Ephel Duath pronounced as Ee-fel Du-ath
Long e, 'du' a little bit like 'do'
pronounced as El-vis
The capitalized 'C' should give it away. Yet I have heard some people say it as "Mick-hammer" (as if it were written "McHammer", like he's Irish or something).
pronounced as Em-ex Pee-ex
Some people try to pronounce it "mix-pix".
pronounced as em-jee-em-tee
This is how they pronounce it, but it is short for "management".
pronounced as Em-see-five
Some people think it's pronounced mik-five but it isn't.
pronounced as Em-TOO-may
Not "ON voag"; it's not quite French.
It's the letters in the members' first names.
LaNce (actually named LansteN)
Also known as the Home Stopping Network guitarist.
Sorta like "Evan essence"
pronounced exactly how it looks
pronounced as Ex-po-ZAY
An accent mark appears above the second E.
pronounced as Ex-zib-bit
As in "exhibit". Some people try to pronounce it "zibbet" or "zibbit".
Not six five as some people say. Pronounce it as you would a typical two-digit number.
Jamaican-born male reggae singer, best known for his mid-1990s hit "Here Comes The Hotstepper"
It looks like it should be "eye-eye-oh", since that's how you spell it, but the band confirms that this is how they say the name.
I sick of people calling them ez-lee
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