THESE ARE THEY: New Music Posted Online

THESE ARE THEY, the new Chicago-based death metal band featuring vocalist Paul Kuhr (NOVEMBERS DOOM), guitarist Steve Nicholson (ex-NOVEMBERS DOOM), guitarist Michael LeGros (DISINTER, EARTHEN), bassist Wiley Wells (EARTHEN) and drummer Evan Berry, has completed its first recording. A full track entitled "The Indweller" can be heard on the group's MySpace page.

Thirteen years since the release of the NOVEMBERS DOOM debut "Amid Its Hallowed Mirth", and the departure of Nicholson from the group, founding members Paul Kuhr and Steve Nicholson have reunited to create something new.

Guitar-driven, down-tuned and powerful, the material is old-school Chicago death metal, with influence added from some band favorites such as BOLT THROWER, OBITUARY, and ENTOMBED. The songs contain all the headbanging hooks you would expect from this style.


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