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extinct reflections Genre: thrash metal Date of Formation: april 2004 Status: Active Location: Bangalore, India Band Manager: none yet Email: arunself@red
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DEPTH OF HATRED-EXTINCT REFLECTIONS[BANGALORE]
Peak position #44
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ANSWERED MY PRAYERS-EXTINCT REFLECTIONS[BANGALORE]
Peak in sub-genre #8
we are from bangalore playin some progressive death/thrash metal with the current line being sandesh on guitars arun on guitars and vocals rama on bass kishan on drums
Band/artist history
The origin and the past: Basically descending from the realm of jp nagar initially formed by the young destructive minds of kishan, sandesh and santhosh in the rainy season of 2002 where each of them handling their duties of playing drums, lead and rhythm respectively without the 4 stringer. the rotation of the cruel earth around the sun witnessed the addition of another maniac arun from the same roots of jp nagar who initially was asked to handle bass. As time passed they witnessed a serious change in the genre of the music they played becoming more radical and intense. This saw the exclusion of santhosh as his plan of operation was fluctuating between the states and India. as these events took place arun found no reason not to become the rhythm guitarist instead of a replacement. So the band was reformed 2 seasons from its birth. The line up being: arun-guitars and vocals sandesh-guitars kishan-drums The present: During the month of May 2004 the band found a bassist ramanan. the band was now complete and equipped with a couple of originals and was named 'moral collapse'ready to hit whatever competition that came. then came the new name 'extinct reflections' with the line up, sandesh-guitars ramanan-bass kishan-drums arun-guitars and growls
Have you performed in front of an audience?
yes ,everywhere we can,where ever we get a chance to..........
Your musical influences
1. nevermore 2. death 3. kreator 4. slayer 5. dream theatre 6. megadeth 7. destruction 8. james murphy 9. quo vadis
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