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Demonic Resurrection

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Right from its inception in early 2000, Demonic Resurrection has been raising eyebrows. Even with its unstable lineup 'till 2003 the band released its debut album just 9 months after forming. While the album was amateurish it was the 1st for an Indian Metal band to independently release a CD. The album however did receive some praise from the local fans in the Mumbai scene as well as few small underground zines and distro's after it was re-recorded and released in 2001 with Demonstealer on vocals/guitars Read more on Last.fm

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Bloodstock Open Air 2012: Interviews, Photos, Setlists – it’s all here

August 18th, 2012

Bloodstock Open Air 2012 Thrash Hits

Is there anything better than a Thrash Hits Festival Splash Page? Yeah, loads of things but you won’t find the best online festival coverage on any of them. You’ll find that right here. All our work from Bloodstock Open 2012 is going be linked to from this page (eventually), so give it a bookmark or just don’t close it, because it’s all you’re going to need. Interviews, photos, setlists, rumours, and who knows? – maybe even some tiny reviews – it’s all here. [Read more →]

Lock Up and Chthonic among 8 new bands announced for Bloodstock Open Air 2012

February 23rd, 2012

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Bloodstock Open Air have confirmed another eight names for their 2012 bill – Lock Up and Chthonic for the Ronnie James Dio (aka Main) stage, and Alcest, Winterfylleth, Demonic Resurrection, Headcharger, Eastern Front and Ancient Ascendant as those named for the Sophie Lancaster (aka Second) stage.

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Album: Demonic Resurrection – The Return To Darkness

July 28th, 2010

Demon Resurrection
The Return To Darkness
Candlelight Records
12 July 2010

by Tom Dare

In the modern era, metal has become global. Perhaps the biggest boon of this spread is a reprieve from some of the repetitive recycling of ideas too many bands fall victim to. This can come from tones and melodies from non-Western cultures, or it can be through a different blend of influences from within the metal sphere. India’s Demonic Resurrection fall very much into the latter description.

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