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Dead Air

Dead Air

Dead Air


Dead Air was formed in early 2011 by Guitarists Cal Richardson and Bryn Durling, quickly finding a full line-up from around the North of Yorkshire (UK) they set out to create a genuinely unique sound unlike that of they're peers. The band is comprised of three members from Leeds, Cal Richardson, Bryn Durling and Drummer Mikey Divers, with vocalist Rob Crampsie finalising the line-up from York. Dead Air blend many influences from progressive acts such as Read more on Last.fm
Dead Air was formed in early 2011 by Guitarists Cal Richardson and Bryn Durling, quickly finding a full line-up from around the North of Yorkshire (UK) they set out to create a genuinely unique sound unlike that of they're peers. The band is comprised of three members from Leeds, Cal Richardson, Bryn Durling and Drummer Mikey Divers, with vocalist Rob Crampsie finalising the line-up from York. Dead Air blend many influences from progressive acts such as, Born Of Osiris, SikTh, Architects and Cynic with better known acts like August Burns Red and Lamb Of God. Previously mentioned band members Cal, Bryn and Mikey lived in the same town and attended high school together only forming the band once they had finished. Unable to find a capable vocalist, they decided to post ads across the internet attracting the attention of Rob Crampsie from York. An audition was quickly held and impressed by what they heard, Rob was welcomed into the fold. In early 2012, Dead Air released their highly anticipated debut EP, Ethereal, to much praise.

Mikey left soon after due to other commitments, which left DA without a drummer. Dead Air then recruited Tom Robson to play Bass after a constant struggle with less dedicated ones. Shortly after this, in May, they signed to Leeds based Indie record label, Big Dog Records, with which they will re-release their debut EP, Ethereal, after a re-mix and master from John Browne of 'Monuments' fame. After months of struggling to find the right man for the job, Jordan Dinsdale joined on Drums, completing their line-up. Having being inspired some of the most original metal acts around, they quickly learned their instruments at a young age.

With a single minded ambition to create a genuinely unique and original sound, separating them from the surge of the uninspired. Their live performance consists of a punishing yet eloquent display of technicality and colour, that will overwhelm the skeptical. With a promising, and ever evolving sound, their haunting set will lure you in and leave you captivated. www.facebook.com/deadairleeds 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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