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Desultory

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Desultory was part of the first wave of Swedish death metal bands, alongside Entombed, Dismember, and others. Into Eternity, their Metal Blade debut following a lesser-known EP release, is standard for the genre, energetic and forceful, straddling the line between the more brutal American death style and the melodic Gothenburg variety.

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Though not groundbreaking, it was considered a fine album by fans. By most accounts, their followup, Bitterness, is more of the same, but 1996's Swallow the Snake takes quite a different approach, dropping the death vocals (and, for the most part, death metal itself), for a more heavy rock sound likened by some to Soundgarden. Having been dropped by Metal Blade, they disappeared, but the three members from the Snake album recruited a new fourth member and, continuing the progression from that last album, continued on as the rock act Zebulon, releasing one EP and 2 LPs.

Reunion

The band reformed around 2008 and began the process of trying to find a new record deal along with writing new material. Having signed to the Singaporean label Pulverised Records, they released their newest album Counting Our Scars to critical acclaim.

Line-up

  • Klas Morberg - vocals/guitars
  • HÃ¥kan Morberg - guitars (bass in 1992-1997)
  • Jojje Bohlin - bass (2008-)
  • Thomas Johnson - drums
  • Former members

  • Stefan Poge - lead guitar
  • Jens Almgren - Bass
  • Discography

  • From Beyond (Demo) (1990)
  • Death Unfolds (Demo) (1990)
  • Visions (Demo) (1991)
  • Forever Gone EP (1991)
  • Into Eternity (1993)
  • Bitterness (1994)
  • Swallow the Snake (1996)
  • Counting Our Scars (2010)
  • References

    Desultory Wikipedia


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