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Temple of Tears

Temple of Tears

Temple of Tears


Temple of Tears is Jason Are and Dan Loreck. Temple of Tears was spawned from the tragic suicide of Jason Are's childhood friend who first introduced him to the alternative scene. The band takes its name from a fusion of his favourite track "Temple of Love" by the Sisters of Mercy with Jason's personal favourite "Tears Like Rain" by Covenant. Jason Are's musical influences began with heavy metal, and quickly spreading to include the industrial metal giants of the 90s. Read more on Last.fm
Temple of Tears is Jason Are and Dan Loreck. Temple of Tears was spawned from the tragic suicide of Jason Are's childhood friend who first introduced him to the alternative scene. The band takes its name from a fusion of his favourite track "Temple of Love" by the Sisters of Mercy with Jason's personal favourite "Tears Like Rain" by Covenant. Jason Are's musical influences began with heavy metal, and quickly spreading to include the industrial metal giants of the 90s. Inspired by the intensity and technological possibilities of the dark electronic genre, he began experimenting with the EBM/Electro sound, both as a club DJ in the Perth dark alternative scene, and as a songwriter. Following the devastating death of his lifelong friend in 2002, Temple of Tears was conceived. With the goal of developing a uniquely personal and memorable style of songwriting, Temple of Tears' first release came later that year with the innovative "Army of the Vague" CD-R. The tremendous success of the CD-R and subsequent live shows led Jason Are to include local club DJ and classical pianist Dan Loreck to the Temple of Tears line up.

With the shared vision of producing melodic, gutwrenching EBM, the two began working on new material, and a series of highly successful live performances took place. In April 2004 Temple of Tears realised a lifelong dream by opening for Swedish EBM legends Covenant in their home town of Perth. In December 2004 Temple of Tears were to support industrial rock super-group KMFDM at the Monkey Bar. 2005 sees the addition of Jenette Ferox to the Temple of Tears' live complement.. Miss Ferox also appears as a guest vocalist on a number of Temple of Tears recordings, including the radio edit version of 'Ardor' featured on the April 2005 'Industrial Nation' magazine cover CD. 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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