- Meyrick de la Fuente - Vocals
- Tom Montgomery - Guitar
- Kurt Valencia - Guitar
- David Billote - Bass
- Fergus Gardiner - Drums
- 26/02/2014 UK Tech-Metal Fest: all-dayers announced
- 14/02/2014 Exist Immortal: music video for new song 'Edge of Infinity'
- 18/01/2014 Digital Fufux: UK Tech Metal Fest 2013 documentary
- 15/10/2013 Exist Immortal: music video for 'Initiate'
- 17/08/2013 Shattered Skies, Exist Immortal: interviews with Bleeder Magazine
In a short space of time, West-London based EXIST IMMORTAL have become one of the UK's rising stars in the tech metal scene, fusing catchy melodies, soaring epic vocals, technical riffing and all out grooves to create a unique maelstrom of musicianship, boasting a reputation quite unlike many other band's of their size. The past year has seen them relentlessly tour all over the place, bringing their ferocious live show to France, Belgium, Holland, and of course the UK.
2012 has so far seen the band play UK Tech-Metal fest, with the likes of Sylosis, Monuments, Chimp Spanner, Textures and many more, as well as share the stage on other occasions with bands such as Red Seas Fire, Uneven Structure and While She Sleeps. Furthermore, their double single/ mini EP release entitled "Insects / Exist", released in March, has drawn much critical acclaim from the likes of Metal Hammer, and Terrorizer magazines, including the inclusion of the track "Insects" on the covermount CD featured in the August edition of Metal Hammer.
"Existimmortal manage to do that rare thing – write immediate, natural-feeling songs that you take in straight away while being very technical. Thanks to some really lyrical lead guitar lines that are about tune not fret-wanking, and a singer with a fantastic voice and an ear for a hook or three, they’ve got some very promising ideas, and seem to know how to write in such a way to give them room to breathe"
-- Metal Hammer
"London based Existimmortal look like an awesome prospect. Ignore this band at your peril"
Hard hitting riffs and intense, relentless grooves combined with massive melodies and epic soundscapes have made Exist Immortal one of the bands to watch in 2012. With a brand new single and video out soon, and a new EP due out at the end of the year, EI are set to finish 2012 with a bang. Don't miss out!
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