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Trust The Lies

Reykjavík, Iceland

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Trust the Lies is a young and upcoming band from Iceland. Despite their age the hardcore youngsters have already shared stage with all the biggest and heaviest bands in Iceland. Trying to bring some of their own uniquity and specific sound to their Djenty Hardcore/Metalcore influences. Their EP Just Another Sin (Released 8/3/13) shows a lot of promise for things to come. Without a doubt a group that will not go unnoticed and no Hardcore/Metalcore fan should leave unheard.

For more visit www.facebook.com/trustthelies

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Just Another Sin EP
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Self-released March 9, 2012

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1 fan
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Escape from Reality EP
8
Self-released February 15, 2013
Falling With The Rain Full-length
7.25
unsigned November 17, 2013
Afterglow Full-length
7.5
unsigned May 30, 2015

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In-Quest

Belgium, Turnhout

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IN-QUEST
"Brutal.Abstract.Melodic.In-Quest"

The one constant IN-QUEST have maintained during this musical challenge is the completely diverse sound that refuses to accept standard categorization. People have described it as an enlightened form of Technical Death Metal. All put together, IN-QUEST manages to create a pounding vibe of modern, melodic energy while maintaining an intense level of technical creativity not easily found elsewhere.

"Of all that is written, I love only what one has written with his own blood" - F. Nietzsche

Chapter IIX:
- The Odyssey Of Eternity -

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Extrusion : Battlehymns Full-length
7
Teutonic Existence Records January 1997
Operation : Citadel Full-length
7
Shiver Records January 1999
Destination: Pyroclasm EP
9
Soulreaper Records January 1, 2003
Epileptic Full-length
8.66667
Goodlife February 14, 2004
The Comatose Quandaries Full-length
8.875
Goodlife/Dockyard 1 June 20, 2005
Made Out Of Negative Matter Full-length
8.71429
unsigned December 12, 2009
The Liquidation Files EP
7.2
unsigned December 11, 2010
8 - The Odyssey of Eternity Full-length
9.8
unsigned September 1, 2013

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