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Desolace

Desolace

Desolace


*There is two bands with the same band name so far.... 01 youtube | facebook Founded: 2011 Hometown: Karlsruhe/Mannheim/Walldorf, Germany Genre: Progressive Metalcore | Technical Metal | Groove Contact | Bookings: krissjakob@gmx.de Band Kriss Jakob | Vocals Marco Bayati | Guitar Michel 'Mitch' Krause | Guitar Maurice Lucas | Bass Danny Joe Pougialis Hofmann | Drums ******************************************************************************************** Read more on Last.fm
*There is two bands with the same band name so far.... 01 youtube | facebook Founded: 2011 Hometown: Karlsruhe/Mannheim/Walldorf, Germany Genre: Progressive Metalcore | Technical Metal | Groove Contact | Bookings: krissjakob@gmx.de Band Kriss Jakob | Vocals Marco Bayati | Guitar Michel 'Mitch' Krause | Guitar Maurice Lucas | Bass Danny Joe Pougialis Hofmann | Drums ******************************************************************************************** 02 Dan Terry: Guitar/Vocals Chris Dycus: Bass Guitar Larry Young: Drums Desolace was formed in 2005 by a trio looking to show the world that pop punk was far from done. Dan Terry led the trio on the vocals and guitar. With his long time friend Chris Dycus on Bass and Richard Gergurich on Drums, Desolace led the charge to deliver there message to the masses. With catchy hooks and high energy, the band was able to develop a strong fan base that continued to grow with every show played.

To keep a personal relationship with the fans, Dan wrote lyrics that were personal accounts of his own life to help relate to the fans and allow them to feel a connection to the band. Together the trio released two full length albums, “Rise from your Grave” and “Into Forever…”, and played in various venues throughout San Diego. Soon after the release of “Into Forever…” in 2010, Richard decided to leave the band for personal reasons. Dan and Chris took this as an end to Desolace, and this led to the bands momentary break-up.

After a month, the two decided to place a add out for a new drummer, in an attempt to see if it was possible to continue as a band. During the search, they found Larry Young, a talented musician from San Diego. Together with Larry, Desolace has returned from hiatus and is beginning to re-dominate the music scene and began playing at local venues throughout San Diego. Read more on Last.fm.

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