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Members

S= DANIEL GONZALEZ
G= DANIEL GONZALEZ – FRANCISCO REY MANZORRO
B= ALEJANDRO CUINAS
D= JUANMA QUINTERO ‘CHIPI’



History

This band was founded in 1995 after the death of thrash metal act Tanatorio and mixed death metal influences with Latin music elements. There was a 1995 demo called Who I'll Never Know. 1997’s At Fireland Depths followed this. The band featured Manzorro now. A label called Fonoruz placed the band on a compilation with bands like Pang Of Death. This lead to a deal with Repulse Records for three full-lengths and the 1999 All Evil Crying EP. The follow-up to Repulse, Xtreem Music, issued a sampler with the band’s EP and demo songs in 2013. It was called Non Omnis Moriar. By that time the band had released no full-lengths and was history.

With no apparent sense of irony the label called the band’s music “melodic flamenco death metal.” The group had opened for the likes of Nightfall, Soriben and Disembodied.

Reviews

NIGHT TO DIE - ALL EVIL CRYING - REPULSE
Courtesy of Spain's Repulse comes this Spanish quartet who give me the impression from the first note on that Chuck Schuldiner will open his mouth to sing on top of this extremely Death-inspired music...and he does! Even the singer sounds like Death! Cloning another band is weak enough, yet the band decide to make matters worse by introducing 'Spanish' influences and both sing and play with ethnic interludes. Reminds one of Amorphis who started off as a Carcass clone band and went down hill from there with their disgusting Finnish wanking. Night to Die use Death as a starting point and bring in their native influences. - Ali "The Metallian"




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