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Guild of Destruction

Guild of Destruction

Guild of Destruction


Guild Of Destruction are a four piece band comprising one guitar, bass, drummer and vocalist - loud enough that they are constantly taken for a five or six piece. Born in Melbourne’s western suburbs the band has released a demo – Welcome to the guild an E.P. – Cursed and being commercially released through Grindhead Records in March of 2007 their first album Into Oblivion recorded and mastered at Melbourne Records by Ren “the shark-lady killer” and Adam “Adambomb”. Read more on Last.fm
Guild Of Destruction are a four piece band comprising one guitar, bass, drummer and vocalist - loud enough that they are constantly taken for a five or six piece. Born in Melbourne’s western suburbs the band has released a demo – Welcome to the guild an E.P. – Cursed and being commercially released through Grindhead Records in March of 2007 their first album Into Oblivion recorded and mastered at Melbourne Records by Ren “the shark-lady killer” and Adam “Adambomb”. Guild Of Destruction are bringing back the old school death metal that has been void lately in the music scene. Heavy guitar with screamin’ solos reminiscent of an eagle being slaughtered, gut churning bass filthy like a pig in shit, pure metal drumming with no breaks or slow tempo and the visceral screaming of the talented Meatsword.

Guild have played many live shows with bands such as Walk the Earth, The Day Everything Became Nothing, Alarum, Fuck… I’m Dead, Double Dragon (Interstate) and many others. 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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