Another Kind of Death
Another Kind of Death
The band has been hitting the stage pretty heavily since, playing from death metal festivals to hardcore / grindcore shows to industrial / electronic gigs. Playing at home and abroad, they have been able to share the stage with diverse bands such as Entombed, Catharsis, Forstella Ford, Morser, Moho, Submerge, Uziel, Moksha, Adrift and Dead For A Minute. Another Kind Of Death recorded their first full-length in 2003. However, this marked the beginning of a difficult time for the band which lasted almost two years. No Signal was almost an uncompleted project, when the bands money and courage were exhausted due to the many troubles encountered during their studio sessions.
It was also a time when the band was constantly changing drummers and there wasn't any label that seemed to be completely committed in releasing their album. But in the end, Red Cobalt Industries and Conviction Records (renamed Deadwrong Records later) joined together to release No Signal in 2005. Shows started again, from which we must point out the Articulo 20's festival (where they share the stage with Entombed and Monochrome), the Mordor HC Fest (together with Moho, Adrift, The Eyes, 8th of September...), and the Up&Coming Fest were notable highlights. At the end of this summer, the band contacted Adrift's drummer, Jaime, who accepted to join. And, in early 2006, Another Kind Of Death signed with Underhill Records, which saw them soon after recording three new songs for Waterloo, a split album together with Moksha, Adrift and Moho. Another Kind Of Death are currently working on their next album, which should be ready for recording in spring of 2007.
It will be released by Underhill Records. MEMBERS: mario - vocals carlos - guitar jaime - drums victor - guitar ale - bass/vocals RELEASES: Waterloo (2006) Underhill Records No Signal (2005) Red Cobalt Industries / Conviction Unfinished (2002) (self-released) From: http://www.anotherkindofdeath.com http://www.myspace.com/anotherkindofdeath 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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