Israel's DMA: Entire Debut Album Available For Streaming

Israeli alternative metal band DMA has finished recording its debut album, "Jamas Vu", with German producer/guitar virtuozo Rolf Munkes (RAZORBACK, EMPIRE) at Rolf's Empire Studios in Germany. The CD, which is scheduled for release on July 13, can be heard in its entirety on DMA's official web site.

Formed in 2003, DMA — which stands for "Direct Memory Access" — describes its sound as "beefy guitar riffs that penetrate your mind and there's nothing you can do about it, powered by the groove generated by drums and bass, and gently flavored with rich vocal melodies." The band's influences include TOOL, INCUBUS, A PERFECT CIRCLE, SLIPKNOT and MUDVAYNE.


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