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Autumns Eyes

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Leading a new season in music, Dan runs a new, cutting edge solo metal project named Autumns Eyes. A deep combination of heavy metal, classic rock, and unique sound effects with an abundance of ultimate creativity and artistic direction similar to the great film composer Danny Elfman. Such bands as In Flames, Type O Negative, Dream Theater, Dimmu Borgir, and many other greats join the ranks of inspiration that make up what has become a revolutionary new approach to music. New sound. High Energy. A new season has come.

Dan began his career in 1999 while playing guitar in an industrial metal band out of Connecticut, USA. After sharing the stage with such bands as Mindless Self Indulgence, and Apartment 26 his talents were noticed by other notable musicians who saw the band live. Two years after playing various shows around New England while shopping their demo the band dismantled, and the members went separate ways. During his down time in the band, Dan had put together a collection of instrumental songs recorded on a four track recorder which planted the seed for all Autumns Eyes music to come. After a 2001 move to Boston, MA the first full length album titled “Remember the Victim” was recorded. It featured a unique song structure which stood out to listeners as a non repetitive atmospheric brand of heavy music.

After numerous albums past, Dan recorded a five track EP titled “Surrender the Fire” in 2008.

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  • Mortealle

    fucking underrated band. listening to, more and more

    28 Jul 2012 Reply
  • tripodthunder

    Wow, I love the atmosphere in the music, wish the vocal delivery was more aggressive, but a great find. It's like, The Cruxshadows, Seraphim Shock, Type O Negative, and The Electric Hellfire Club all got thrown into a blender and this was the tasty result!

    5 Apr 2012 Reply
  • Dredddenoth

    good band and all song is free Oo

    8 Nov 2010 Reply
  • XOMBRA23

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    25 Aug 2010 Reply
  • ShadesOfIce

    Interesting music and interesting point you made on the site.

    11 Jan 2010 Reply
  • brownringoffury

    As an individual who considers himself a NAN CONFORMAST, I feel that Autumns Eyes speaks to me each time I play the record "Witch C*NT Falafel". What Autumns Eyes says to me is not necessarily important for those who CANNAT comprehend his lyrics to know, but all I can say is that my EPIC MIND fills with images of evil black castle and SNAW covered forests in madeval times. You can thus make the LAGICAL deduction that my mind is like an EPIC MADEVAL story about evil SNAW covered forest castles. And if you don't understand than my logic is clearly ABOVE you.

    10 Jan 2010 Reply
  • brownringoffury

    Band name still needs an apostrophe s, numbnuts. (I know you're reading this you bastard.) -crabclaw222

    8 Jan 2010 Reply
  • MaverickJones66

    Love this band ! And so many free downloads! you guys are genereous!

    22 Dec 2009 Reply
  • Vordreller

    Great music. One thing though: what's up with all the superlatives in the band description? Marketing I suppose.

    22 Dec 2009 Reply
  • skafth

    Love this band. I bow to this guy's talent.

    18 Dec 2009 Reply
  • chrissayeth

    This is amazing, I love the mixes of different elements and his dimmu cover of mourning palace is immense! xD

    11 Dec 2009 Reply
  • DeadTreeDancer

    Enjoyable. Haven't listened to metal like this in a while.

    21 Jul 2009 Reply
  • ShadesOfIce

    http://www.autumnseyes.com/music.html

    7 Feb 2009 Reply

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