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Dinosaurs Rule the Earth

Dinosaurs Rule the Earth

Dinosaurs Rule the Earth


Dinosaurs Rule the Earth is true fun rock. Originally started as a side project between the keyboardist and guitarist of the band Epilogue. Dinosaurs exploded into the brain holes of everyone. A perfect mix of technical metal with head nodding grooves and high energy booty bass riddims. Sliding between brutal licks and get-up-and-dance beats, Dinosaurs keeps your mind, body and ears interested and wanting more. Dinosaurs Rule the Earth started in the beginning of summer 2007. Read more on Last.fm
Dinosaurs Rule the Earth is true fun rock. Originally started as a side project between the keyboardist and guitarist of the band Epilogue. Dinosaurs exploded into the brain holes of everyone. A perfect mix of technical metal with head nodding grooves and high energy booty bass riddims. Sliding between brutal licks and get-up-and-dance beats, Dinosaurs keeps your mind, body and ears interested and wanting more. Dinosaurs Rule the Earth started in the beginning of summer 2007. With keyboardist/Vocalist Teo Acosta, and guitarist/vocalist Nick Borden.

As the two avant-garde musicians started writing music on weekends, and realized that if they were ever going to play shows they would need a drummer. The next day, Jason Deuel joined the crew thus creating an awesome power-trio. Within the next weeks, Eli Hetko (bassist/backup vocals) and Ian Politis (Lead Vocals/Narration/Thumb Piano) joined and formed a band of epic proportions. Dinosaurs is currently working on their new demo which will change the world. 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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