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Eustacia

Eustacia

Eustacia


True-blue Brit-Death-Indie in ever-wet cardboard from the street. Grabbed by the head and shaken, not stirred. Progressive to the tips laid down by the goosebumps hackles. And, a kick against the brick wall, were painted on in black and white wunderklare melodies. Eustaciawere formed in late 2004 from the remnants of the previous band "My Shared Mind", consisting of Alex Beitzke, Nick Sturmberg and Carlo Persh. Even without a bassist, the band wrote the first song and has already booked concerts. Read more on Last.fm
True-blue Brit-Death-Indie in ever-wet cardboard from the street. Grabbed by the head and shaken, not stirred. Progressive to the tips laid down by the goosebumps hackles. And, a kick against the brick wall, were painted on in black and white wunderklare melodies. Eustaciawere formed in late 2004 from the remnants of the previous band "My Shared Mind", consisting of Alex Beitzke, Nick Sturmberg and Carlo Persh.

Even without a bassist, the band wrote the first song and has already booked concerts. Because of an unsuccessful search for a permanent bassist in Alexandra Prath a temporary solution was found, but had to retire due to other obligations to their temporary job on the bass after the first gig again. A friend of the band, the guitarist Gero Schipmann, tried on bass and soon they all agreed on a common future. Eustacia play guitar-rock, a generic term in the hard and quiet, melancholic and euphoric elements are included. The songs offer a wide range of catchy rock numbers to extensive 10-minute, always with a claim and progressiveness. Read more on Last.fm.

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