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Aeon Of Horus

Aeon of Horus is a progressive/technical death metal band formed in Canberra, Australia in 2006. Their style consists of of fast and heavy technical riffs, blasting drums and powerful growls. Aeon of Horus have released one self titled demo/EP and one full length album entitled, "The Embodiment of Darkness and Light" to positive acclaim. After parting ways with guitarist Barry Feeney and bassist Chris Pratt in 2009, Aeon of Horus announced on the 19th of September 2010 that the band had found a new guitarist and bassist.

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Dyscarnate

The UK’s Dyscarnate play their own unique breed of intense, blistering death metal. After devastating venues across the UK, they have become a force to be reckoned with on the frontline of the British death metal scene.
Following the release of their debut EP ‘Annihilate to Liberate’ in 2008, Dyscarnate were met with overwhelming feedback from national magazines, record labels and fans alike. This resulted in a multi-album deal with the UK’s Siege Of Amida Records for Europe and Candlelight Records for the US/Canada.

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Trauma

There are several bands with the name Trauma. 1) A Polish death metal band, signed to Witching Hour Productions. 2) A Venezuelan death metal band. 3) Trauma is the first band of Cliff Burton, who later joined Metallica. They played power & speed metal. 4) A german electro band from Berlin. 5) An American experimental hardcore/metalcore band with one release out on Strikefirst Records. 6) Brazilian rap group. 7) A thrashcore band with social lyrics from Spain. 8) Indonesian death metal band located in Jakarta.

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Gods of Eden

Genre : Technical Death Metal / Progressive Metal
Current Location : Sydney, Australia
https://www.facebook.com/godsofeden
Band Members :
Ian Dixon - Vocals
Danni Perez- Guitars/Acoustics/Synths
Andy Suppradit - Guitars
Mike Barillaro - Bass/Backing Vocals
Blake Barillaro - Drums Gods of Eden are a band pushing the limits of creativity and technical ability. Starting out as the solo project of guitarist Danni Perez in 2010, the band has developed into a full five piece line up that combines a fanatic love of heavy metal with an alternative view of modern society’s dystopian ideals.

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Sceptic

Sceptic is a Polish death metal band founded in 1994 by Jacek Hiro (ex-Decapitated, Dies Irae, Virgin Snatch). Marcin Urbas (one of the fastest 200 meter sprinters) handled the vocal duties for the first 3 albums (Blind Existence, Pathetic Being, Unbeliever's Script), but is currently a session member due to his sport career. Weronika Zbieg (Totem, Doctrine X) handled the lead vocal duty on the latest album, Internal Complexity.

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Akaname

Akaname is an instrumental post-metal and experimental quartet based in Melbourne, Australia. The band has undergone many transformations in the time since we made the move to Australia. We said goodbye to a member, shed the old skin and engaged a new approach. Now we feel like this ever-changing mechanism has finally shifted up a gear. Kallie - Vocals (2005-2007)
Alex - Guitar (2006-2008) Ben - Guitar
Matt - Bass
Swampy - Sampler/Guitar
Otis - Drums

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Stargazer

Stargazer of Australia (Adelaide, South Australia) is a Blackened Death Metal band formed in 1995. Band Members:
~ The Serpent Inquisitor (Guitar, Vocals)
~ The Great Righteous Destroyer (Bass, Vocals)
~ Selenium (Drums) Discography:
~ Gloat (Demo) 1996
~ Borne (EP) 1997
~ Promo 1998 (Demo) 1998
~ Split with Invocation (Split) 1999
~ Split with Arghoslent (Split) 2001
~ The Scream that Tore the Sky (Full-length) 2005
~ Occidentale Magick (Compilation) 2006

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Gallows For Grace

Gallows For Grace is a technical death metal band from Perth, Australia. Formed in early 2006, Gallows for Grace is the creation of five like minded musicians aspiring to produce a new sound. As a result, their music has evolved into an original, energetic, brutal and melodic blend of death metal, metalcore and thrash metal with an extremely dark undertone.
A blazing onslaught of technical riffery, lightning fast drumming and crushing guttural vocals, GFG's debut EP attempts to push the boundaries of death metal by blurring the line between traditional and modern styles.

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