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Disembody The Morbid

Disembody The Morbid

Disembody The Morbid


Formed in February 2008, Disembody The Morbid immediately began writing original material incorporating many different influences from all band members. After writing some songs a string off successes followed: Their song “Death Wish” rose to number 1 on the Triple J Unearthed metal charts and stayed there for 2 weeks. They placed first in the 2009 LC rock challenge and won their way to the Australasian final of the Global Battle of the Bands, gaining local and national exposure. Read more on Last.fm
Formed in February 2008, Disembody The Morbid immediately began writing original material incorporating many different influences from all band members. After writing some songs a string off successes followed: Their song “Death Wish” rose to number 1 on the Triple J Unearthed metal charts and stayed there for 2 weeks. They placed first in the 2009 LC rock challenge and won their way to the Australasian final of the Global Battle of the Bands, gaining local and national exposure. During this time, DTM recorded a 5 song promo CD featuring recordings from 2008/2009.

Currently DTM are busy writing new material and working on gigs for the near future. Sam Cripps - Vocals Sam Locke - Guitars Sam Mccarthy - Bass Nathanael Evans - Drums Infulences: Sam.C Heaven Shall Burn Korn Cannibal corpse suicide silence Sam.L Dream Theater Between the Buried and Me Despised Icon Meshuggah Nath.Dogshit.E All Shall Perish Fuck... I'm Dead Divine Heresy Vaginal Carnage Sam.MC Kataklysm Children of Bodom Nile Aborted 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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