TDIM - Demonic Resurrection released their first album 'Demonstealer' - 15th Nov
Posted On 15th November, 2013 @ 10:58 am by TDIM

Demonic Resurrection released their first album 'Demonstealer'

Demonic Resurrection are a blackened death metal band from Mumbai, India formed in the year 2000. their current line-up consists of Sahil "The Demonstealer" Makhija on vocals and rhythm guitars, Daniel Rego on lead guitars, Ashwin Shriyan on bass, Virendra "Viru" Kaith on drums and Mephisto on keyboards. Since its formation, the band has released 3 studio albums and 1 EP. The band has enjoyed National TV (India) airing of their video The Unrelenting Surge of Vengeance.

 

In the year 2000, they released their first studio album 'Demonstealer'

 

The band was officially formed in March 2000, by a bunch of 17-year-old teenagers. The main focus of the band was to play extreme metal, which hugely contrasted the ongoing culture at India at that time. Within nine months of formation of the band, they released their first album Demonstealer through Demonstealer Records. But as soon as the album was made, the band faced many problems, and most of the members departed. The line-up of the band was finally stabilized in 2001, with the Demonstealer on vocals and guitars, Count Varathora on bass, Nikita Shah on vocals and keyboards and Yash Pathak on the drums. The music was inspired by bands like Theatre of Tragedy, The Gathering, Lacuna Coil. The album also featured a female vocalist. The band re-recorded Demonstealer with the current lineup. Though a marked improvement on the original recording, the band was still experimenting with its sound and recording, something that comes across clearly on the album. It was still amateurish but it received a fair bit of acclaim and Brazilian record label Vampiria Records released a tape version of the album in the local market.

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