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Watch My Dying

Watch My Dying

Watch My Dying


Watch My Dying was founded in 1999 in Esztergom, Hungary. Their main goal was to mix modern death/thrash metal with progressive elements and spectacular live performances. Six self produced releases: Rendszerhiba EP (2000), Húsmágnes EP (2002), Fleshmagnet EP (2003), Klausztrofónia LP (2004), Claustrophony EP (2005), Fényérzékeny LP (2006), Moebius LP (2009). The 2009 record, Moebius features eleven songs, each with a different guest vocalist. Read more on Last.fm
Watch My Dying was founded in 1999 in Esztergom, Hungary. Their main goal was to mix modern death/thrash metal with progressive elements and spectacular live performances. Six self produced releases: Rendszerhiba EP (2000), Húsmágnes EP (2002), Fleshmagnet EP (2003), Klausztrofónia LP (2004), Claustrophony EP (2005), Fényérzékeny LP (2006), Moebius LP (2009). The 2009 record, Moebius features eleven songs, each with a different guest vocalist. There are also 31 blank recordings on the disc: these form the pause before the bonus song (the eleventh one, the naming song reversed) and also makes it a 42-song disc. 42 is the "number" of the band, referring to Douglas Adam's classic, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. The band is going to release an EP in the 42.

week of 2009, which will consist of songs made for, but finally not released on Moebius. Watch My Dying’s current line-up: Veres Gábor (vocal) Eszenyi Imre (bass) Szanics Richárd (drums) Bori Sándor (guitars) After Kovács Attila, former guitarist left, a sampler was added to the line-up. The band considers the sampler a member of the band, and therefore it (or he, as band members refer) was given the name Kamasuka. http://www.watchmydying.com 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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