Vancouver’s doom metal outfit, Dead Quiet, will release their sophomore album, Grand Rites, on November 3rd, and to help build the anticipation the band has released the swampy eight-minute masterpiece, “Dear Demon.” Head on over to invisibleoranges.com to check it out. There’s so much going on in the track that it’s almost hard to wrap your head around it, but it’s all good — especially the swampy intro and the bass line.
About Dead Quiet:
With influences ranging from doom metal to classic , Dead Quiet seeks to meld melody with catastrophe as they weave through a dissonant landscape of crushing metallic riffs and somber choral musings. While remaining loyal to crucial foundations, the band is successful at pronouncing that heaviness with depth and honesty.
Having the addition of full time keyboard player Justin Hagberg (3 inches of Blood) to the creative process, the songs have seen a richer dynamic and further broadened their already ’70s rock and early heavy metal characteristic.
After just finishing a cross-country Canadian tour, supporting Anciients, Dead Quiet will be playing a CD release party in Vancouver, BC, on November 17th, at Rickshaw Theatre.
Rock Hard \m/