For example, on this book: http://www.biblio.gs/book/48238-Threat-By-Example-A-Documentation-Of-Inspiration

The front cover says "Words and Art From: ... The Ex" though the article inside is written by G.W. Sok (of the band): http://www.biblio.gs/credit/48246-G-W-Sok

I've credited: Contributor G.W. Sok

Is this the best way to go about it? Or should the credit go to "The Ex"?

credits as on release I think, any interpretation of them can go in notes

I agree with maldoror. In this case, a musical band is no different in theory than a publishing company, a design group or even a collective of authors. It's a group of people gathered for one common cause.

OK, "as on release" makes sense for the most part.

In the above example, the chapter has a brief introduction by the compiler of the book, which includes the text "The following essay was written by the band's vocalist, G.W. Sok." Would the proper credits be:
Contributor: The Ex
Writer: G.W. Sok

could be Text by and Artist for the band, if the exact credits are not in the list there are many that could fit

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