Band Name Demoniac (SRB). Album Name Touch the Wind. Labels Explosive Records. Music StyleThrash Heavy. Members owning this album1. 4. And After All. 5. Livin' in Another World. 7. Young & Proud. 8. Winds of War. 9. Total Thrash. Other productions from Demoniac (SRB). Demo 4. Albums in Thrash Heavy. The World Needs a Hero.
Band Name Demoniac (SRB). Data de lançamento 1992. Estilo de MúsicaThrash Heavy. Membros têm este álbum1. A Burnt Offering for the Bone Idol.
Livin' In Another World. Demoniac (2). Touch The Wind (Cass, Album). Explosive Records (4). ESC 004. Yugoslavia.
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Line-up: Ljubo Marjanovic (voc), Branislav Bogdanovic (git), Miroslav Petrovic (git), Goran Rastovac (bs), Dusan Bogdanovic (dr). Luckily DEMONIAC are great songwriters and manage to keep their metalheads above water throughout the whole album. Classic, catchy Speed/Power/melodic Thrash Metal is the dish of the day, served with good, high vocals as is customary. Not one ounce of originality, but who would expect otherwise, seeing as this is post- and not pre-iron curtain East Euro-Metal.
With their second album, Stormblade, Demoniac tossed some of their black metal sound out the window and upped the power, as well as adding an odd and punky Van Halen like slant, a slant which thankfully disappeared by their third and final album. The Fire and the Wind was released in 1999, and was highly indicative of what we'd come to know as the Dragonforce sound
Demoniac's next album was 1996's Stormblade that featured a slightly more melodic and catchier black metal style as well as controversial tracks like "Hatred is Purity" and "Niggerslut". During a 2014 interview with Noisey, Totman was asked to explain what appeared to be a White Power and homophobic slant to some of Demoniac's lyrics on songs such as these. In January 1999 Demoniac headed into the studio with Cradle of Filth producer Mags to record The Fire and the Wind. The original cover featured a black and white photograph of one of the band members drinking while having sex and pointing the middle finger, but it was subsequently banned; the final release artwork was heavily censored, although depicted the same image. While Dawson had played bass on all the band's recordings, the decision was made to then hire a bass player to allow him extra freedom during live performance.
Demoniac were a heavy metal band from New Zealand formed in Wellington in 1993 by singer and bass player Lindsay Dawson, guitarist. Posts About Demoniac. lt;p