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Vials of Wrath

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Years active  2011 (2011)–present
Genre  Christian metal
Members  Dempsey "DC" Mills
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Genres  Christian metal, unblack metal death metal, Ambient black metal
Associated acts  Bloodline Severed, Blood Thirsty
Website  Vials of Wrath on Facebook
Origin  Princeton, West Virginia, United States
Albums  Days Without Names, Seeking Refuge
Record labels  Vow Music, 590070 Records DK
Similar  Grave Declaration, A Hill to Die Upon, Broken Flesh, Frosthardr, Elgibbor

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Vials of Wrath are an American Christian metal band, where they play a mixture of unblack metal and death metal music, with one member Dempsey "DC" Mills. He is from Princeton, West Virginia, however the band was formed in 2011 in Charlotte, NC. The band has released two studio albums, Seeking Refuge in 2013 and Days Without Names in 2015. They have released two extended plays, Vials of Wrath, in 2011, and Let There Be Light, in 2013.


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Vials of Wrath is a one-piece Christian metal band, playing unblack metal and death metal music, featuring Dempsey "DC" Mills, originally from Princeton, West Virginia. Vials of Wrath was formed in 2011 when Mills was not performing with North Carolina's Christian deathcore band Bloodline Severed, but wanted to write and record in the vein of his pre-Christian musical influences. Mills started Vials of Wrath after leaving Bloodline Severed to focus on his job full time. Mills has been a Christian for 19 years, as of 2015. He is a former rhythm guitarist for Bloodline Severed. The band name comes from Revelation 16, where it states, "'Go your ways, and pour out the vials of the wrath of God upon the earth.'"

Music history

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Started as a band in 2011, with their first extended play, Vials of Wrath, releasing that year. The first studio album, Seeking Refuge, was released on April 30, 2013, and was recorded in Mills' own Wildwood Studio in Maryville, Tennessee. Their second extended play, Let There Be Light, was released the same year, in 2013, featuring remixed versions of the songs from the 2011 release and two additional tracks. The band's second studio album, Days Without Names, was released on September 1, 2015, and was again recorded in Mills' home recording studio, however its name was changed to Fallen Oak Recording.


Current members
  • Dempsey "DC" Mills – Lead Vocals, all instruments
  • Discography

    Studio albums
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  • Seeking Refuge (April 30, 2013)
  • Days Without Names (September 1, 2015); featured guest musicians R. Michael Cook from A Hill to Die Upon, Derek Corzine from Whisper From Heaven and Blood Thirsty, and Aaron Macemore from Bloodline Severed.
  • EPs
  • Vials of Wrath (2011)
  • Let There Be Light (2013)
  • Split EPs
  • Vials of Wrath/Frozen War (2011; Split w/ Frozen War)
  • Demos
  • Empty Words (2013)
  • Vengeance Is Mine (2013)

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    A Greater CallingSeeking Refuge · 2013
    Revival of the EmbersDays Without Names · 2015
    A Cleansing PrayerDays Without Names · 2015


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