Templar>>ORDER OF NINE - USA

Of Once And Future Kings – 2002 - Nightmare
Season Of Reign – 2005 – Nightmare
A Means To Know End – 2008 – Nightmare
Seventh Year Of The Broken Mirror – 2012 - Nightmare


  
 
Members

S= Invid>>MICHAEL DEGRENA
G= Invid>>Michael Chiccitt - Icarus Witch, Habitual Sins>>STEVE POLLICK>>Habitual Sins - Wayne Bartley – Mindframe>>Scott Haggerty>>Vermithrax - MARK KREH
B= Steve Rabinovich – Eye, Futuretense>>Tom Donaldson>>Vermithrax - MARK HOWARD
D= Michael Sirera – Nunslaughter, Bird Of Prey, Futuretense, Icarus Witch>>J.R. Jameson>>Vermithrax - LARRY BOORD
K= CHRIS DILLON



History

The band existed as Templar for four years before becoming Order Of Nine in 2001. The band’s 2001 demo was re-issued by Nightmare Records in 2002. Founding member Michael Chiccitt died in 2008.

The band has an annual ritual of shedding members. Degrena has been the only constant. The group has opened for the likes of Sonata Arctica, Fates Warning and Rhapsody Of Fire.

Order Of Nine Angles is a UK-founded racist and Satanic cult.

Reviews

ORDER OF NINE - SEASON OF REIGN - NIGHTMARE
It is a pleasure listening to bands like Order Of Nine on two levels. Firstly, the band's clearly Queensrÿche-inspired style is a treat to listen to. The vocals of Michael DeGrena sound like a wired Geoff Tate. The man takes the high-pitched and animated vocal styling of his idol and add his own edge to them. The guitars and bass are prominent and formidable. The drums perform lively acrobatics and keep a steady rhythm at the same time. The arrangements, fast and heavy combinations and backing vocals just add to the proceedings. Bottom line: the songs on Season Of Reign smack pure quality heavy metal. Secondly, it is such a treat to see bands like Order Of Nine come out of the woodwork years after MoneyTV, radio and so-called metal magazines sold out to Ozzfest, mallcore and other uneducated rot. On that account too more power and kudos go to the American quartet.
Fans would do well to stop clinging to what is promoted in the commercial media or longing for the day Queensryche would return back to form and join the Order Of Nine instead. This is good American hard rock and heavy metal. - Ali "The Metallian"




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