Vocals – Matthew William Mead
Lead/ Rhythm Guitar – Toby Stewart
Lead/ Rhythm Guitar – George Sandle
Bass Guitar – Naomi Jessney
Drums – Chris Threlfall
Formed in March 2008 Metal quintet Engraved Disillusion hail from the South West [UK], amalgamating into an exciting and formidable metal juggernaut. They [Engraved Disillusion] never fail to impress and provide an impressive powerhouse of a show that is brimming with spine-tingling melodies, devastating riffs, poignant solos, powerful vocals and structural twists that leave the crowd wanting more.
“The talent on display from a band so young is frightening and it bodes very well for the future”
“A sound that marries the sombre thud of Paradise Lost to the uplifting melodic surge of Killswitch Engage….new album The Eternal Rest offers a barrage of epic refrains and slamming riffs…”
Metal Hammer Magazine October 2014
“The Eternal Rest effortlessly oozes quality “
Zero Tolerance Magazine
“This UK Melodic death squad unleash their debut album into the world to raise as many eyebrows and break as many limbs as possible”
New members Aaron (Az) Preston and Matthew Mead have joined the fold and Engraved Disillusion are once again gaining momentum in the live scene [check out the band Facebook for show details].
South West UK metal juggernaut Engraved Disillusion have revealed details for their second album and follow up to 2011’s acclaimed ‘Embers Of Existence’.
Entitled ‘The Eternal Rest’, the album was recorded at Thin Ice Studios with Karl Groom (Dragonforce, Threshold…) during the summer of 2014 and features 9 tracks of epic, diverse and at times unrelenting metal. The addition of new vocalist Matthew William Mead and bassist Aaron Preston has allowed the band to diversify and bring new elements to their sound, namely the inclusion of clean vocals.
Guitarist Toby Stewart comments, “When we started writing the album we made sure to write exactly what we wanted to do even if it took us in some different directions to our other releases. We felt a bit tired of bands having to make the music people expect them to when they’re capable of a lot more. The initial word that we had in our heads when writing album was ‘epic’. We wanted a huge melodic sound. We feel the songwriting has gone up another level and we’ve achieved exactly what we wanted to on this album.”