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Posted: Mar 22 2010, 07:50 AM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 27-October 05
Yes, folks, an actual demo. Something I thought had died out with the dodo, lesser spotted aardvark and personal responsibility. But down in Zummezet, they do things differently. So it's old school all the way for Engraved Disillusion who got together in early 2008, from the ashes of various other bands, basing themselves in the metal heartland of Wellington in Somerset.
Box on vocals, Toby on lead guitar, Marc on rhythm guitar, Luke on bass and Chris on drums are basically peddling their own brand of melodic death metal, a genre that you really need to be on your game for. After all, if you're playing In Flames at their won game (well, their game of a decade go), then you need to have the chops. And Engraved Disillusion do.
The three tracks on this demo EP - 'Desolate', 'A Fallen Redemption' and 'From Sorrow to Serenity' are uniformly excellent, with the title track just winning the fight for top dog, with a swirling riff and hellborn vocals. Head off to their MySpace where you'll find a link to download it for free. Then sit back and tell your metalhead buddies how you found the next big thing first.