In Loving Memory
In Loving Memory
Later, they added Joe on bass, Jen on dual vocals and Tanner on second guitar. When Tanner decided to move back to Sioux Falls, he was replaced by Elliot Imes of the Whore Moans. The band had influences ranging from Saetia to Jeromes Dream, and were known for their intense live performances. The band split up in 2001.
A discography CD/DVD, which will feature all of the band's recordings is rumored to be released by Init Records in the future. Members: Brian Dingeman - Vocals (1998-2001) Jen Wiley - Vocals (1999-2001) Jordan Peterson - Guitar (1998-2001) Spencer Williams - Drums (1998-2001) (sang in Rue Morgue) Joe Carrington - Bass (1999-2001) (played bass for Drop to Zero) Elliot Imes - Guitar (1999-2001) (played guitar in Whoremoans) Past members: Tanner Olson-Guitar (1999-2000) (played guitar in The Spirit Of Versailles, currently plays in Across Tundras) Justin Heuss -Vocals (1998-1999) Releases: Black Market Fetus/In Loving Memory Split Demo Cassette (Self-Released, 2000) Self-Titled Demo CD-R (Self-Released, 2000) Examination Of The.../In Loving Memory Split7" (605 Recordings, 2001) "As Years Pass And Feel Like Seconds" CD-R (Self-Released) Compilation Songs: "Catastrophe" - "Iowahardcore.com(pilation)" Compilation CD (2003, A Day In the Air Zine) 2) A Melodic Death Doom Metal band from Spain, similar in style to My Dying Bride and Ashes You Leave. Their first release was a demo, In Loving Memory in 2006, after which they replaced their female vocalist with a male. Their debut album "Tragedy and Moon" was released in 2008. 3) A Gothwave/Postpunk band from Italy. Also known as ILM.
The band was formed in 2004 and three demos have been released: "She Fades Away" (2005, 3 tracks) "East Of The Iron Curtain" (2007, 8 tracks) and "Phrenology" (2010, 5 tracks, in collaboration with Les Modules Étranges). 4) A metalcore band from Phoenix, Arizona. Now currently known as City in the Sea 5) A short-lived acoustic band from Coronado, California. Read more on Last.fm.
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