Sons of Azrael

sons_of_azraelSons of Azrael is an American deathcore band with thrash metal influences from Buffalo, New York, that formed in 2004. In the spring of 2004, Sons of Azrael was formed in Buffalo, NY, and got a contract from Ironclad/Metal Blade records in the fall of 2006. Their debut album, The Conjuration of Vengeance, was released in August 2007. In March 2008, Greg DiPasquale (guitar) left the band and was replaced by Karl Kirsch; in October 2008, Derrick Sadkowski (drums) left, and was replaced by Alex Chambers.

The year of 2007 offers the ultimate test for Sons of Azrael, the culmination of three years of hard work and dedication arrives in the form of their debut album, “The Conjuration of Vengeance”. The band will be taking the show on the road shortly before it’s release in Fall 2007 to a town near you, turning crowds into cults, and skeptics into believers. So in closing, beware, for what you are about to hear is the sound of hell on earth.

Other Information

  • Origin: Buffalo, New York, United States
  • Genre: Deathcore
  • Years active: 2004−present
  • Labels: Metal Blade, Ironclad Recordings
  • Website: http://www.sonsofazrael.com
  • Members:
  1. Joe Siracuse – Vocals
  2. Tony Lorenzo – Guitars, Vocals
  3. Rob Steinwandel – Bass
  4. Karl Kirsch – Guitars
  5. Alex Chambers – Drums

Albums

  • 2-Song Demo (2004) – Demo
  • Kill Yourself (2004) – Demo
  • A Bullet, That Blew The Beauty Off Your Face (2005) – Demo
  • Ashes to Ashes (2006) – Demo
  • The Conjuration of Vengeance (2007)

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~ by molco on May 29, 2009.

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