melodic groove metal

In Between

Dramatic Lunacy - In Between [Full-length]
August 8, 2016 - Dramatic Lunacy

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Sweden/Finland

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For Aeons Past Full-length
9
AFM Records April 9, 2010
Nightmares In The Waking State - Part I Full-length
9
AFM Records November 20, 2015
Nightmares In The Waking State - Part II Full-length
10
AFM Records August 26, 2016

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7 fans
  • Extal
  • atmo1221
  • amorfus
  • LupineStorm
  • coheed_kilgannon
  • GeN2Mo
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Shattered Skies

Ireland

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Shattered Skies is a melodic groove metal band from Wicklow, Ireland. The band consists of vocalist Sean Murphy, bassist James Dunne, drummer Ross McMahon and guitarist and current recording keyboardist Ian Rockett. The band's music is an attempt to combine crushing heavy groove metal riffage (influenced by the likes of Meshuggah, Pantera, Mudvayne, SikTh, etc) with dramatic, melodic and at times symphonic influences (Nightwish, Devin Townsend, Pain of Salvation etc), and powerful dance/trance-laden atmospheres (NIN, Orbital, Chicane, OOMPH! etc)

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Reanimation EP
8.66667
unsigned May 8, 2011
Pianomation EP
8.33333
Unsigned February 13, 2012
The World We Used To Know Full-length
8.75
Hold Tight! PR January 12, 2015

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207 fans
  • Owenay
  • der_suhrrealist
  • atmo1221
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  • dbilidb
  • pam
  • kazeem baba
  • khrisround2
  • SanityTheorist
  • Bajesti
  • Erotogenesis
  • Prawdigy
  • coheed_kilgannon
  • elemental voids
  • ElliotCNeal
  • sashadats
  • static07
  • Concret
  • lufcforever1986
  • danmo
  • sparkydeejr
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  • glint
  • pjholtum
  • Walker
  • OmriShah
  • steptonone
  • Slaviccore
  • Jame Gumb
  • alxlrmetal
  • deathkor_69
  • burnthemartyr
  • RyanJvR
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  • HetfieldNick
  • al_hunter
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Obtain/Restrain

Falkenberg, Sweden

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Obtain/Restrain is a solo project founded in early 2011 by Simon Göthberg(Await The Verdict). The main focus lies on groove and melody. And inspired by bands like Volumes, Periphery and of course Meshuggah, the outcome hopefully will reach out to a wide metal audience.

As for right now, the writing process for the upcoming EP is in action. The EP, that is calld 'Relapse', will contain 5 songs hopefully with vocals from several different vocalists.

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Melancholia EP
8
unknown October 26, 2011
Skylines Full-length
0
unknown 2013

Fans

9 fans
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  • daedalus
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Excessum

Oxford / Swindon, UK

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Excessum are a 6-piece melodic groove metal band based in Oxford/Swindon, United Kingdom. After updating their line-up for the final time (with the addition of Joe and Jamie in mid-2009), they have met a new direction of melodic groove metal since their metalcore days; being influenced by the likes of Fellsilent, Periphery and Slipknot.

They are currently writing new material for their debut album.

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4 fans
  • KeyEFFECT
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