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Engaging The Dead

Engaging The Dead

Engaging The Dead


facebook bandcamp Formed In: Winter of 2007 - Present Country: Porto/Matosinhos, Portugal Genre: Progressive Deathcore/Blackened/Melodic Death Metal Band Lineup: Cláudio - Vocal Filipe - Drums João - Guitar André - Guitar João - Bass Biography Formed in Winter of 2007, Engaging The Dead is a 5 man formation band from Oporto, Portugal, with a single goal to create blistering music in the art of death metal, blackmetal and progressive metal, which Read more on Last.fm
facebook bandcamp Formed In: Winter of 2007 - Present Country: Porto/Matosinhos, Portugal Genre: Progressive Deathcore/Blackened/Melodic Death Metal Band Lineup: Cláudio - Vocal Filipe - Drums João - Guitar André - Guitar João - Bass Biography Formed in Winter of 2007, Engaging The Dead is a 5 man formation band from Oporto, Portugal, with a single goal to create blistering music in the art of death metal, blackmetal and progressive metal, which can even rise forth the dead from their graves with the craving need to ascend to the afterlife, for the desire of flesh and devourment of every soul. Engaging The Dead has a yet to be released EP 'Unholy Harvest', recorded, mixed and mastered at SOUNDVISION studios, in Vila do Conde, Portugal, produced and engineered by Paulo Lopes and Engaging the Dead. Influences: The Black Dahlia Murder, The Faceless, Abigail Williams, Enfold Darkness, Mirror of Ded Faces, Decades of Despair, Wretched, Whitechapel, Job For A Cowboy, Fallujah, Aborted, Fleshgod Apocalypse, Decrepit Birth, Born Of Osiris, Through The Eyes of The Dead, Rose Funeral, Wolves In The Throne Room, Fit For An Autopsy... 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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