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Abnormality

Abnormality

Abnormality


Abnormality is an extreme metal band from Massachusetts. Abnormality began in late 2005 when Mallika (vocals) joined Massachusetts death metal band Teratism on stage for a live rendition of Sepultura’s “Desperate Cry.” So impressed by Mallika’s raw ability, Jay (drums) and Michael (lead guitar/vocals) of Teratism decided they could not let her talent go to waste and immediately started a side-project that quickly became their main focus. Shortly thereafter, Jeremy joined on rhythm guitar and the core lineup was complete. Read more on Last.fm
Abnormality is an extreme metal band from Massachusetts. Abnormality began in late 2005 when Mallika (vocals) joined Massachusetts death metal band Teratism on stage for a live rendition of Sepultura’s “Desperate Cry.” So impressed by Mallika’s raw ability, Jay (drums) and Michael (lead guitar/vocals) of Teratism decided they could not let her talent go to waste and immediately started a side-project that quickly became their main focus. Shortly thereafter, Jeremy joined on rhythm guitar and the core lineup was complete. In 2007 Abnormality released a 3 song demo. The song Visions was included in the video game Rock Band 2 in 2008 as a bonus song. In 2009 Josh joined the band on bass guitar.

In late 2009 Michael left the band and was replaced by [b)Ben[/b]. They began writing for and will release a 3 song EP in 2010; The Collective Calm in Mortal Oblivion. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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