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Dementia Ad Vitam

Dementia Ad Vitam

Dementia Ad Vitam


The band was first of all composed of Philippe (keyboard), Adrien (drums) and Alexandre (guitar). The project did not have yet a name and the music was rather violent. Toad (guitar) entered the band, named “Dementia Ad Vitam” a few weeks afterwards. But the adventure with him was short. He left the group after a short time (approximately 2 months). In the search of musicians, Adrien asked Kevin, a friend from college, to join the band, then directing it towards a more symphonic style. Read more on Last.fm
The band was first of all composed of Philippe (keyboard), Adrien (drums) and Alexandre (guitar). The project did not have yet a name and the music was rather violent. Toad (guitar) entered the band, named “Dementia Ad Vitam” a few weeks afterwards. But the adventure with him was short.

He left the group after a short time (approximately 2 months). In the search of musicians, Adrien asked Kevin, a friend from college, to join the band, then directing it towards a more symphonic style. They will rehearse some month together, make some material and Manue joined the group as a singer followed by Stephan alias Bilou who plays bass. The band grows with motivation but some misheards reign at the end of approximately 6 months (1 year for Kev). Bilou and Kev finally left the band in February 2007.... Here the state of the group nowadays which makes now more a mature music, Dark Ambient. Bilou plays now bass in his heavy metal band called Dream Of Heaven, and Kevin wishes to assemble a new band. The first album, Spirit Of The Trees, is recorded in 2007... 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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