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Immorality

Immorality

Immorality


Five piece Black Metal/Death Metal outfit from Cambridgeshire, UK. They formed in 2008 as a sideproject (members being involved in the other local bands 'This Mantra' & 'Matter Of Distance', which both later disbanded) Taking huge influence from death & black metal new and old, hardcore, grindcore & most other metal influenced styles, Immorality have caused a stir within the East and South Midlands, playing numerous shows with bands such as, Trigger the Bloodshed Read more on Last.fm
Five piece Black Metal/Death Metal outfit from Cambridgeshire, UK. They formed in 2008 as a sideproject (members being involved in the other local bands 'This Mantra' & 'Matter Of Distance', which both later disbanded) Taking huge influence from death & black metal new and old, hardcore, grindcore & most other metal influenced styles, Immorality have caused a stir within the East and South Midlands, playing numerous shows with bands such as, Trigger the Bloodshed, Suffocation, All Shall Perish & Annotations of an Autopsy, and are also spreading further a field and creating a study fanbase within the Manchester scene. A change of line-up with the departure of guitarist Lee Miller caused a small hiatus, but within weeks were back on track with the addition of Joel Mason ('Exertion' & ex 'Taken from Everyday') Immorality are currently writing new material & are due to record very soon & are going on tour with 'Tides of Virtue' in July. Immorality are; Skinny - Vocals Joel - Guitar Jonathan - Guitar Danny - Bass Simon - Drums 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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