Eastern High: Halo-2021.

Eastern High:Proggressive Metal from Sweden. Discography: Garden of Heathens Full-length 2017   Emperor Single 2021   Morning Star Single 2021   Halo Full-length 2021 Past Members: Douglas “Dogge” Hallberg Drums 1. Erosion of Hearts 05:13   2. Emperor 05:34   3. Notorious Enemy 03:45   4. Journey 05:38   5. Morning Star 05:13   Show lyrics […]

Magnetic Storm: My Own War-2021.

Magnetic Storm:Melodic Groove Metal from Russia. Discography: Начальный этап Full-length 2013   Headshot EP 2015   The Unwanted One Single 2016   Ace of Spades Single 2017   Hate Will Save the World Full-length 2017   Russian Hooligans Single 2018   My Own War Full-length 2021 Past Members: Maxim Ilyin Vocals (2014-2016) Vadim Krasnov Guitars (rhythm) (2015-2017) […]

Pikes Edge: Hope-2021.

Pikes Edge:Heavy Groove Metal from Germany. Discography: Nameless Full-length 2012   All of Our Beauty Full-length 2016   Hope Full-length 2021 Past Members: Lukas Danninger Guitars See also: The Course Is Black Marin Kostek Guitars Daniele Cerra Bass, Vocals (2010-2011) See also: ex-Wild Scream Giuseppe Gitto Drums (2010-2012) Jürgen Reuschel Drums (2010-?) See also: ex-Code Red Michael Schkarlat Vocals, […]

Oceanhoarse: Dead Reckoning-2021.

Oceanhoarse: Heavy Groove Metal from Finland. Discography: The Oceanhoarse Single 2018   Fading Neons Single 2018   Waves Single 2018   The Intruder Single 2018   Death Row Center Single 2019   Feed the Sirens Single 2019   Duality Single 2019   Voluntary Bends EP 2019   The Damage (Live) Single 2020   The Damage […]

Book Of Numbers: Magick-2021.

Book Of Numbers:Power Doom from United States. Discography: Magick Full-length 2021   1. Magick 03:18   Show lyrics 2. Optimism 06:31   Show lyrics 3. The Jester’s Crown 05:45   Show lyrics 4. Children of the Sea (Black Sabbath cover) 06:14   Show lyrics 5. Contact / Kissing Laughter 05:16   Show lyrics 6. White Turns Black to Grey 04:10 […]

Altesia: Embryo-2021.

Altesia:Proggressive Metal from France. ALTESIA is a Progressive Metal band from Bordeaux, France founded by Clément DARRIEU in 2017. Two years before forming the band, DARRIEU started writing the music for what would become the band’s first album. Once he started to feel confident in his compositions, he built the line-up that would best convey […]

Devoid: Lonely Eye Movement-2021.

Devoid:Proggressive Metal from France. Discography: Cup of Tears Full-length 2017   Lonely Eye Movement Full-length 2021 Past Members: Ben Wanders Drums See also: Sanity Obscure, Shardborne, Slave Zero, ex-Xerath, ex-Shadowmarch (live) 1. Lonely Eye Movement 04:08   2. Man Without Fear 05:33   3. Impostor 04:25   4. Destination Heaven 05:34   5. Waiting for the Storm 06:19   […]

Noltem: Illusions In The Wake-2021.

Noltem: Atmospheric Black Metal from United States.


Hymn of the WoodDemo2005 
Illusions in the WakeFull-length2021
Max Johnson
Guitars, Bass, Keyboards (2003-present)
See also: ex-Aegrimonia, ex-Wind Through the Trees
John Kerr
Drums, Vocals (2015-present)
See also: PyritheSeidrYahar’gul, ex-Marsh Dweller, ex-Vit
Shalin Shah
Bass (2018-present)
See also: Protolith, ex-In Human Form
2.Illusions in the Wake06:48 
3.Beneath the Dreaming Blue07:49 
6.On Shores of Glass07:00 

George Lynch: Seamless-2021.

George Lynch (born September 28, 1954) is an American guitarist and songwriter. He is best known for his work with heavy metal band Dokken and his post-Dokken solo band Lynch Mob. Lynch is considered to be one of the most famous and influential 1980s metal guitarists and is known for his unique playing style and sound. He is ranked No. 47 on “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time” by Guitar World magazine[2] and No. 10 on “Top 10 Metal Guitarists of All Time” by Gibson.[3]

Late 1970s

Great White guitarist Mark Kendall claims Lynch started two-hand tapping before Eddie Van Halen did,[5] though Lynch himself denies it.[6][7] Twice Lynch auditioned for the position of Ozzy Osbourne‘s lead guitarist — once in 1979, losing to Randy Rhoads. Lynch said “I won the consolation prize. Randy got to tour with Ozzy…and I got to teach at his mom’s school.”— He Auditioned again in 1982 to replace Brad Gillis. According to Lynch, he was hired for three days before Osbourne changed his mind and decided to go with Jake E. Lee. Lee noted that Lynch “got the gig, but only went on the road for two weeks to watch the show and never actually played with Ozzy.” Lynch stated in an interview that he played soundchecks at the side of the stage on a European tour with Osbourne and Brad Gillis as part of an extensive audition. He also rehearsed with the band in Texas but was let go by Osbourne as the band moved operations to Los Angeles. Jake E. Lee auditioned on the day of Lynch’s dismissal and while Lee admittedly didn’t play well the day of the audition he looked the part and was offered the gig. Osbourne fired Lynch on the spot in front of Lee, whom Lynch had just met. Lynch was devastated and was struggling financially in those years. He had been working as a delivery man for a liquor store and was required by his employer to have short hair. Sharon Osbourne fancied Lee’s “look” over Lynch’s playing and her influence likely finalized Osbourne’s decision to hire Lee.

Lynch played in a late 1970s band called The Boyz, working the Sunset Strip clubs in Hollywood alongside Van Halen and Quiet Riot. The Boyz also featured future Dokken drummer Mick Brown, bassist Monte Zufelt and vocalists Lisa Furspanker and Greg Sanford.[8] Their sound and Lynch’s playing were so similar to Van Halen that one of their demos was circulated as a “pre-Roth Van Halen recording”.[9] The Boyz were set to play a showcase for Gene Simmons and his startup label but Van Halen opened the show and Simmons opted not to stay and see The Boyz. Lynch subsequently formed Xciter before joining Dokken.

Dokken and Lynch Mob

Dokken had a string of successful platinum albums that prominently featured Lynch’s inventive lead guitar work. The instrumental track “Mr. Scary” on Back for the Attack contributed to his popularity among guitar players. The band earned a Grammy nomination for Best Metal Performance in 1990.

The group parted ways in March 1989 due to internal tensions with lead vocalist Don Dokken. Lynch formed his own hard rock band Lynch Mob, which differed from Dokken in lyrical and guitar complexity, subject matter, song structure, and tuning. Lynch took time off when his wife Christy Lynch had a baby girl, Mariah Lynch.

Lynch released his first solo album Sacred Groove in 1993.

After Don Dokken, Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown reunited in 1994 they decided to bring Lynch back as well for a true reunion of Dokken. The reunited version of Dokken was signed to the Columbia/Sony label and after extensive writing released Dysfunctional. The album did not do as well as expected and the band was dropped from the label. Dokken then signed on with CMC International and released an “unplugged” show performed in late 1994 titled One Live Night.

The band entered the studio in 1996 with producer Kelly Gray who wanted to take Dokken in a new direction. To the dismay of vocalist and founder Don Dokken the resulting Shadowlife was a complete switch from melodic rock to a more alternative sound.

Tensions again flared between Don Dokken and Lynch in 1997, leading to Lynch being replaced by former Europe guitarist John Norum. This prompted Lynch to reunite Lynch Mob which entered the studio and demoed three songs later released as an EP titled Syzygy. Band member Logan decided to pursue other projects before a full album could be completed. Mick Brown decided to stay with Dokken. Lynch organized a short 13 show U.S. tour for Lynch Mob in 1998 with Artension frontman John West, Anthony Esposito and others.

When that lineup dissolved, Lynch decided to take Lynch Mob in a totally new direction. The Lynch Mob’s radical new look, new lineup and musical approach attracted a younger audience. They released the album Smoke This in 1999. After the supporting tour Lynch decided to put Lynch Mob on hold for a couple years, but not before he toured with Lynch Mob’s original singer Oni Logan, L.A. Guns‘ bassist Chuck Garric, and Bulletboys’ drummer Jimmy D’Anda in late 2001.

Post-2001 projects

Lynch began working with producer/engineer Sean Fodor on the ill-fated Microdot project which featured then-unknown vocalist London LeGrand in early 2002 Only a few songs from that project have been released: “Bulldog Tyranny” on The Lost Anthology and three other songs Lynch later released as The Lynch That Stole Riffness with Robert Mason taking the helm on vocals.

Lynch reformed Lynch Mob in late 2002 with original bassist Anthony Esposito as well as Robert Mason. Lynch Mob recorded an album of re-recorded classic Lynch songs from Dokken and Lynch Mob, updated to a more contemporary (post-2000) approach and sound.

Lynch formed a project with former Dokken bassist Jeff Pilson, releasing the Wicked Underground album in 2003 under the name Lynch/Pilson.[10] That same year, Lynch put together The George Lynch Group with which he has continued to record and regularly tour. The George Lynch Group performed a marathon 26 shows in 30 days including a much talked about feature on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. This line-up featured Lynch, vocalist Andrew Freeman, drummer Vinny Appice (Black Sabbath, Dio), and Mårten Andersson (Lizzy Borden, Starwood, Legacy). The 2005 Furious George album is a cover album, including classic rock tunes from ZZ TopJimi HendrixThe BeatlesAC/DC, and Led Zeppelin.

Let the Truth Be Known was released under the band name Souls of We in 2008 and features the line-up of: London LeGrand (vocals), Johnny Chow (bass), and Yael (drums) and a myriad of guest contributions.[11]

Lynch embarked on a tour in the early fall of 2008 with a reformed Lynch Mob featuring original singer Oni Logan, bassist Marco Mendoza and drummer Scot Coogan. A new Lynch Mob album, titled Smoke and Mirrors, was released in October 2009 with Logan handling lead vocals.

Lynch recorded lead and rhythm guitar tracks in 2009 for seven songs that appear on the debut album of rock singer Raven Quinn. The self-published album was released March 4, 2010.

Lynch toured the spring of 2010 with Souls of We and spent the summer and winter touring with Lynch Mob. In the summer of 2010 Souls of We changed their line-up and were forced to discontinue with the name.

Lynch appeared on a tribute album Siam Shade Tribute, for Japanese rock band Siam Shade in 2010.[12]

Lynch currently lives near Los Angeles where he created an instructional guitar website The Guitar Dojo.[13]

Lynch produces his own custom hand-built art guitars, marketed under the Mr. Scary Guitars brand, which he makes himself at the ESP Guitars USA custom shop facility.[14]

Second Dokken Reunion and T & N

George Lynch and Jeff Pilson joined Mick Brown and Don Dokken for two songs during an encore at a Dokken show at The House of Blues in Anaheim on November 29, 2009. Lynch subsequently announced a reunion of Dokken’s “glory days” line-up but the announcement was retracted on February 24. Lynch released a statement on his website claiming that Don did not want the reunion to occur.[15]

T & N was formed from 3/4 of the classic Dokken line-up: Lynch, Jeff Pilson, and Mick Brown. They announced plans for a studio album to be released in 2012.[16] The trio’s original name was Tooth & Nail but Tooth & Nail was shortened to T & N in March 2012. The band released the album Slave to the Empire on October 31, 2012.

Recent activities

Lynch announced plans for a documentary movie: Shadowtrain: Under A Crooked Sky about the destruction of the Native American community in the fall of 2011.[17] A crowd-funding campaign was launched in March 2013 to complete the project.[18] The movie was still a work in progress as of late 2014 .[19]

Lynch put together Shadowtrain featuring documentary filmmaker and drummer Vincent Nicastro, Pueblo Native American vocalist Gregg Analla (Tribe of Gypsies, Slaviour, Seventhsign), ex-Lynch Mob bassist Gabe Rosales, and keyboardist Donnie Dickman.

Lynch’s all-star project with vocalist/bassist Doug Pinnick and drummer Ray Luzier known as KXM released its debut in 2014.

Lynch announced another project: The Infidels, with Pancho Tomaselli, Sal Rodriguez, and rapper Sen Dog.[20]

Lynch completed an album with Stryper frontman Michael SweetOnly to Rise, released on January 27, 2015, on Frontiers Records under the name Sweet & Lynch. The recording- line-up features James Lomenzo and Brian Tichy on bass and drums.[21] The duo released a second album Unified, on November 10, 2017.[22]

Lynch teamed up with Living Colour vocalist Corey Glover to form the side project Ultraphonix, releasing the album Original Human Music in 2018.[23]

In 2019, Lynch reunited with former Dokken bassist Jeff Pilson in the band The End Machine. The band released their self-titled debut in 2019 and released their second album, The End Machine:Phase 2 in 2021. According to a 2021 interview with Pariah Burke, the band is an intentional return to Lynch’s classic sound.[24] In 2020 the Dirty Shirley album was released with two singles preceding.. Lynch paired with emerging Croatian rock star vocalist Dino Jelusic (Animal Drive). <<need ref., but it’s fact.>>

George Lynch
DokkenBreaking the Chains (1983)Tooth and Nail (1984)Under Lock and Key (1985)Back for the Attack (1987)Beast from the East (1988)Dysfunctional (1995)One Live Night (1996)Shadowlife (1997)From Conception: Live 1981 (2007)Return to the East Live (2016)The Lost Songs: 1978—1981 (2020)Lynch MobWicked Sensation (1990)Lynch Mob (1992)Syzygy (1998)Smoke This (1999)Evil: Live (2003)REvolution (2003)REvolution: Live! (2006)Smoke and Mirrors (2009)Unplugged: Live from Sugarhill Studios (2013)Sun Red Sun (2014)Rebel (2015)The Brotherhood (2017)SoloSacred Groove (1993)Will Play for Food (2000)Stone House (2001)The Lynch That Stole Riffness! (2002)Furious George (2004)The Lost Anthology (2005)Guitar Slinger (2007)Scorpion Tales (2008)Orchestral Mayhem (2010)Kill All Control (2011)Legacy EP (2012)Shadow Train (2015)Seamless (2021)Udo LindenbergKeule (1982)Hear ‘n AidStars (1986)Tony MacAlpineMaximum Security (1987)Lynch/PilsonWicked Underground (2003)Heavy Hitters (2020)XciterXciter (2006)Lana LaneGemini (2006)Souls of WeLet the Truth Be Known (2008)George Lynch & The Stahlwerksinfonie OrchestraChristmas / Sarajevo (2009)Raven QuinnRaven Quinn (2010)Willie BasseBreak AwayT & NSlave to the Empire (2012)KXMKXM (2014)Scatterbrain (2017)Circle of Dolls (2019)Sweet & LynchOnly to Rise (2015)Unified (2017)Project NfidelikahProject Nfidelikah (2016)UltraphonixOriginal Human Music (2018)The End MachineThe End Machine (2019)The End Machine:Phase 2 (2021)Dirty ShirleyDirty Shirley (2020)

Alcatrazz: V-2021.

On December 4th, 2020, it was reported that, following conflicts regarding the band’s management, Alcatrazz had parted ways with Graham Bonnet and Doogie White would be replacing him. Within hours after this announcement, Bonnet claimed on his Facebook page that he would “still be recording and performing with Alcatrazz” with a new lineup that is to be announced in the spring of 2021.

Gary Shea
Bass (1983-1987, 2020-?)
See also: New England, ex-Vinnie Vincent Invasion
Jimmy Waldo
Keyboards (1983-1987, 2019-?)
See also: ex-Blackthorne, New England, ex-Graham Bonnet Band, ex-Murderer’s Row, ex-Spirit Nation, ex-Vinnie Vincent Invasion, ex-Waterbone
Mark Benquechea
Drums (2019-?)
See also: ex-B.O.W.A., ex-Devilution, ex-Graham Bonnet Band, ex-Sin
Joe Stump
Guitars (2019-?)
See also: HolyHellJoe StumpRaven LordShooting Hemlock, ex-The Reign of Terror, ex-Exorcism, ex-Tower of Babel, ex-Trash Broadway
Doogie White
Vocals (2020-?)
See also: EmpireLong Shadows DawnMichael Schenker FestMichael Schenker’s Temple of Rock, ex-Cornerstone, La Paz, Michael Schenker Group, ex-John Steel, ex-Pink Cream 69, ex-Rainbow, ex-Tank, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen, ex-Balance of Power, ex-Chain, ex-Demon’s Eye, ex-Midnight Blue, ex-Nikolo Kotzev’s Nostradamus, ex-Praying Mantis

Former Rainbow and Michael Schenker Group vocalist Graham Bonnet formed the band in 1983 in Los Angeles. He was accompanied at first by Shrapnel Records owner Mike Varney’s Swedish protégé Yngwie Malmsteen, after his departure from Ron Keel’s Steeler. Both teamed up with New England’s bassist Gary Shea and keyboard player Jimmy Waldo, along with Alice Coopers drummer Jan Uvena. This line-up recorded the debut No Parole From Rock ‘N’ Roll during 1983, scoring success in Europe and Japan in particular. The following album was recorded live at the Nakano Sun Plaza on January 28th, 1984 and was entitled Live Sentence.

Malmsteen parted ways with the band in bitter circumstances in 1984 to pursue a solo career, and was replaced by former Frank Zappa guitarist Steve Vai, who took guitar duties on the band’s second album Disturbing the Peace, which was released through Capitol Records after Rocshire Records collapsed.


No Parole from Rock ‘n’ RollFull-length1983
Live Sentence – No Parole from Rock ‘n’ RollLive album1984
Island in the SunSingle1984 
Metallic Live ’84Video1984 
Will You Be Home TonightSingle1985 
Disturbing the PeaceFull-length1985
God Blessed Video / Wire and WoodSingle1985 
Power Live ’85Video1985 
Dangerous GamesSingle1986 
It’s My LifeSingle1986 
Dangerous GamesFull-length1986
Live SentenceLive album1992
The Best of AlcatrazzCompilation1998 
Live ’83Live album2010 
The Ultimate Fortress Rock SetBoxed set2016 
Breaking the Heart of the City – The Very Best of Alcatrazz 1983-1986Boxed set2017 
Live In Japan 1984 (Complete Edition)Video2018 
The Official Bootleg Box Set 1983-1986 – Live Demos RehearsalsBoxed set2018 
Parole Denied – Tokyo 2017Live album2018 
Born InnocentFull-length2020

Past Members:

Clive BurrDrums (1983)
(R.I.P. 2013) See also: ex-Gogmagog, ex-Elixir, ex-Iron Maiden, ex-Trust, ex-Desperado, ex-Samson, ex-Clive Burr’s Escape, ex-Praying Mantis, ex-Stratus, ex-True Brits
Jan UvenaDrums (1983-1987)
See also: ex-Alice Cooper, ex-Iron Butterfly, ex-Jonas Hansson Band, ex-Signal
Yngwie MalmsteenGuitars (1983-1984)
See also: Yngwie Malmsteen, ex-Hear ‘n Aid, Generation Axe, ex-Steeler
Graham BonnetVocals (1983-1987, 2007-2014, 2019-2020)
See also: EZooGraham Bonnet BandLyrakaMichael Schenker Fest, ex-Blackthorne, Bonnet, Parga & Heavenstone, Taz Taylor Band (live), ex-Anthem, ex-Impellitteri, ex-Rainbow, ex-Forcefield (Gbr), ex-Michael Schenker Group, ex-Southern Comfort, ex-The Blue Sect, ex-The Graham Bonnet Set, ex-The Marbles, ex-The Party Boys
Steve VaiGuitars (1984-1986)
See also: Generation Axe, Steve Vai, ex-Ozzy Osbourne, ex-Yngwie Malmsteen (live), ex-777, ex-Axis, ex-Circus, ex-David Lee Roth, ex-Frank Zappa, ex-Morning Thunder, ex-Ravge, ex-The Classified, ex-The Ohio Express, ex-The Out Band, ex-Whitesnake, ex-G3 (live)
Danny JohnsonGuitars (1986-1987)
See also: ex-Alice Cooper, ex-Axis, ex-Derringer, ex-Private Life, ex-Steppenwolf
Tim LuceBass (2007-2014)
Glen SobelDrums (2007-2009)
See also: Alice Cooper, Hollywood Vampires (live), ex-Impellitteri, ex-Mötley Crüe (live), ex-Damir Simic Shime (live), ex-Sinister Sam, ex-Bang Tango, ex-Beautiful Creatures, ex-Bruce Bouillet, ex-Gary Hoey, ex-Jeff Scott Soto, ex-Jennifer Batten, ex-Saga, ex-Shark Island, ex-SX-10, ex-Sixx:A.M. (live)
Howie SimonGuitars (2007-2014)
See also: Stryper (live), Phil Soussan (live), Tesla (live), ex-Ice Water Mansion, ex-Talisman, ex-Jeff Scott Soto (live), ex-Nelson (live), ex-Tuff (live)
Dave DzialakDrums (2009-2010)
Jeff BowdersDrums (2010-2011)
See also: Taka Minamino, ex-Damir Simic Shime (live), ex-Nine Times Bodyweight, ex-Paul Gilbert, ex-G3 (live), ex-Paul Gilbert & Freddie Nelson (live)
Bobby RockDrums (2011-2014)
See also: Lita Ford, ex-Nitro, ex-Gary Hoey, ex-Hardline, ex-Nelson, ex-Rare Earth, ex-Skull (USA), ex-Vinnie Vincent Invasion, ex-Slaughter (live)
Beth-Ami HeavenstoneBass (2019-2020)
See also: Graham Bonnet Band, ex-Hardly Dangerous
1.Guardian Angel05:17  Show lyrics
2.Nightwatch04:51  Show lyrics
3.Sword of Deliverance03:38  Show lyrics
4.Turn of the Wheel05:25  Show lyrics
5.Blackheart05:18  Show lyrics
6.Grace of God05:08  Show lyrics
7.Return to Nevermore05:17  Show lyrics
8.Target04:44  Show lyrics
9.Maybe Tomorrow06:17  Show lyrics
10.House of Lies04:53  Show lyrics
11.Alice’s Eyes05:03  Show lyrics
12.Dark Day for My Soul06:28  Show lyrics


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Skeletonwitch: Breathing The Fire-2009.

Skeletonwitch is an American metal band from Athens, Ohio, formed in 2003. The band currently consists of lead guitarist Nate Garnette, rhythm guitarist Scott Hedrick, bassist Evan Linger, and vocalist Adam Clemans. Original vocalist Chance Garnette was fired from the band sometime in late 2014, or early 2015. In early 2018, drummer Dustin Boltjes left the band as well after a 7-year tenure. Jon Rice, formerly of Job for a Cowboy, is currently substituting on drums for live performances.

Skeletonwitch was formed in 2003 in Athens, Ohio. Guitarist Hedrick heard the demo tracks from Nate Garnette’s former band, Serkesoron, while they were both college students at Ohio University and decided to form a band.[2] Skeletonwitch released their first album, At One with the Shadows, on August 11, 2004 with Shredded Records. After forming the band, they sought a vocalist, whom they ultimately found in Nate’s older brother, Chance Garnette. These three have been the only constant members, having gone through three drummers: Tony Laureano, Derrick “Mullet Chad” Nau replacing Jimi Shestina, then Eric Harris with Evan Linger on bass guitar.

After being signed to Prosthetic, Skeletonwitch released Beyond the Permafrost on October 2, 2007. In 2008, Skeletonwitch was featured as one of four opening acts for Danzig‘s Blackest of the Black tour.

On October 13, 2009, Skeletonwitch released their third studio album, Breathing the Fire, which debuted at No. 151 on the Billboard 200 charts. Skeletonwitch’s song “Soul Thrashing Black Sorcery” was featured on the soundtrack of the video game Brütal Legend. The song “Crushed Beyond Dust” became featured on the Rock Band network on February 28, 2010. Skeletonwitch was featured on all of the dates of Ozzfest 2010.

Skeletonwitch was featured on an Adult Swim video for their song “Bringers of Death” in 2010. “Bringers of Death” also appears on the Adult Swim heavy metal compilation titled Metal Swim.[3]

In March 2011, Skeletonwitch parted ways with drummer Derrick “Mullet Chad” Nau and temporarily replaced him with Tony Laureano.[4] Skeletonwitch’s fourth studio album, Forever Abomination, was released on October 7, 2011. It is the first album to feature Dustin Boltjes on drums, replacing Derrick Nau.[5] Skeletonwitch was banned from playing the House of Blues in Orlando after they were deemed “unfit to be associated with Disney.”[6] The band released its fifth studio album Serpents Unleashed in October 2013.[7]

Vocalist Chance Garnette withdrew from live appearances partway through a tour in October 2014.[8] Garnette’s last show with Skeletonwitch was October 15, 2014, at the Webster Theater in Hartford, CT. Days later he appeared in Worcester District Court in Worcester, Massachusetts, and was “charged with assault and battery on a family/household member”, and the case was continued to December 10, 2014. Garnette was released on $500 bail.[9] He was replaced on a European tour the following March by former Cannabis Corpse vocalist Andy Horn, and it was later confirmed that Garnette stated that he had been fired from the band due to alcohol abuse, for which he sought treatment.[10] His permanent replacement was confirmed in February 2016 as Adam Clemans, frontman of blackened sludge metal band Wolvhammer and former vocalist of Veil of Maya.[11]

On April 26, 2018, the band announced Devouring Radiant Light as the title of their new album being released on July 20, 2018.[12]


Live, Friday the 13thVideo2004 
At One with the ShadowsFull-length2004
Worship the WitchEP2006
Beyond the PermafrostFull-length2007
Breathing the FireFull-length2009
At One with the Shadows / Bringer of DeathSingle2010 
The Skullsplitter / No Rest for the DeadSingle2011 
Onward to Battle / The Infernal ResurrectionSingle2011 
Tragedy of DaysSingle2011 
Forever AbominationFull-length2011
Serpents UnleashedFull-length2013
Unending, EverlivingSingle2014 
Well of DespairSingle2016 
The Apothic GloomEP2016
Devouring Radiant LightFull-length2018
Scott Hedrick
Guitars (2003-present)
Nate “N8 Feet Under” Garnette
Guitars (2003-present)
Evan Linger
Bass (2008-present)
See also: ex-Insurrect
Adam Clemans
Vocals (2016-present)
See also: Noose RotPulchra MorteShaidar LogothWolvhammer, ex-Iron Thrones, Liar in Wait, ex-Veil of Maya, ex-El-Ahrairah (live)

Past Members:

Jimi ShestinaBass (2003-2005)
Derrick NauDrums (2003-2011)
Chance GarnetteVocals (2003-2015)
Eric HarrisBass (2005-2008)
See also: Gygax, ex-Gypsyhawk, ex-Huntress, ex-Holy Grail
Dustin BoltjesDrums (2011-2018)
See also: Chrome WavesDemiricousSacred LeatherWretchChrist Beheaded, ex-Black Arrows of Filth & Impurity, ex-Kvlthammer, ex-Summon the Destroyer, ex-The Dream Is Dead
1.Submit to the Suffering02:18  Show lyrics
2.Longing for Domination02:47  Show lyrics
3.Where the Light Has Failed02:18  Show lyrics
4.Released from the Catacombs03:21  Show lyrics
5.Stand, Fight and Die03:32  Show lyrics
6.The Despoiler of Human Life02:29  Show lyrics
7.Crushed Beyond Dust02:33  Show lyrics
8.Blinding Black Rage02:38  Show lyrics
9.Gorge upon My Soul03:43  Show lyrics
10.Repulsive Salvation03:41  Show lyrics
11.Strangled by Unseen Hands02:56  Show lyrics
12.…and into the Flame03:43  Show lyrics

Fractal Gates: The Light That Shines-2018.

Fractal Gates:Proggressive Melodic Death Metal from France. Discography: Unused EP 2009   Altered State of Consciousness Full-length 2009 Beyond the Self Full-length 2013 Live in Paris Live album 2015   The Light That Shines Full-length 2018 Past Members: Hugo Terva Drums (2007-2009) See also: Dawnwalker, Gravesend, Death Valley Knights, Metasoma, ex-Hellbastard, ex-Sanity Burns, ex-Wrath Vivien Dumont Drums (2009) Miloš […]

Lords Of Black: Alchemy Of Souls: Part II-2021.

Lords of Black is a Spanish heavy metal band formed in Madrid in 2014 by guitarist Tony Hernando and singer Ronnie Romero. Discography: Lords of Black Full-length 2014   II Full-length 2016   Icons of the New Days Full-length 2018 Alchemy of Souls Part I Full-length 2020   Alchemy of Souls Part II Full-length 2021   Past Members: Víctor […]

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