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Abysmal Dawn

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Genres  Death metal
Genre  Death metal
Years active  2003–present
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Labels  Crash Music Relapse Records
Associated acts  Bereft, Isolation in Infamy, Imperial Decay, Annihilated, Incinerated Divinity,
Website  www.abysmaldawn.com/frames.htm
Past members  Terry Barajas Jamie Boulanger Mike Bear Carlos Arriola Mike Cosio Ian Jekelis Scott Fuller
Origin  Los Angeles, California, United States (2003)
Members  Scott Fuller, Mike Cosio, Ian Jekelis, Charles Elliot, Terry Barajas, Jamie Boulanger, Carlos Arriola
Albums  Obsolescence, Leveling the Plane of Existen, Programmed to Consume, From Ashes
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Abysmal Dawn is an American death metal band from Los Angeles, California.

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Band history

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Abysmal Dawn was formed by Charles Elliott (guitars/vocals), Jamie Boulanger (guitars), and Terry Barajas (drums) who circulated a three song demo in winter 2004. The demo garnered some attention for the band within the underground metal press circuit as well as helped them score gigs alongside Exodus, 3 Inches of Blood, Hate Eternal, Into Eternity and Aborted.

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In November ‘05, the band began work on what would become their first proper full-length From Ashes with engineer John Haddad (Intronaut, Eyes of Fire, Phobia). The resulting nine songs paid special attention to not only brutality, but song craft as well and earned the band a remarkable international press response for a debut album. On the strength of From Ashes, they earned their first U.S. tour, a five-week juggernaut alongside Six Feet Under and Decapitated and played as support throughout their home state with the likes of Suffocation, Emperor, Immortal, Goatwhore and Decrepit Birth.

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In 2007, Abysmal Dawn played a handful of festivals (LA Murderfest, Gathering of the Sick, Burning Star Metal Fest, and more) but most of the band’s time was devoted to writing and rehearsing new material for their follow-up to From Ashes. By November, Abysmal Dawn had entered Haddad’s new studio to begin the next full-length.

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Abysmal Dawn spent the next three-months in and out of the studio crafting Programmed to Consume. One by one, track by track, the pieces of this record came together, including brand new artwork once again from Par Olofsson. In February 2008, Abysmal Dawn signed a deal with Relapse Records, making Programmed to Consume the band’s label debut. Abysmal Dawn released this album on May 13 (May 19 internationally).

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After three years passed since the release Leveling the Plane of Existence they finally released their fourth studio album Obsolescence on October 28, 2014 via Relapse Records. According to Abysmal Dawn's frontman Charles Elliott, the title of the album was inspired by the term 'planned obsolescence', and is applied to all of mankind. In business terms, it means to manufacture a product that's made to break down after a certain amount of time so that it can be replaced. The Village Voice has rated the latest album number one and called it "The closest thing to a perfect metal album that you will hear this year."

Band members

Current members
  • Charles Elliott - Vocals, Guitars (2003–present)
  • Jim Coppafeelo - Drums (2016 to present)
  • Eliseo Garcia - Bass (2011–present)
  • Former members
  • Scott Fuller - Drums (2010-2015)
  • Terry Barajas - Drums (2003-2009)
  • Jamie Boulanger - Guitars (2003-2008)
  • Mike Bear - Bass Session (2005)
  • Carlos Arriola - Bass (2006-2007)
  • Mike Cosio - Bass (2007-2011)
  • Ian Jekelis - Guitars (2008-2010)
  • Andy Nelson - Guitars (2008-2015)
  • Demos

  • Demo (2004)
  • Music videos

  • "Programmed to Consume" (2008)
  • "My Own Savior" (2011)
  • "In Service of Time" (2013)
  • "Inanimate" (2014)
  • Songs

    In Service of TimeLeveling the Plane of Existence · 2011
    Perfecting SlaveryObsolescence · 2014
    InanimateObsolescence · 2014

    References

    Abysmal Dawn Wikipedia


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