Biography

Having shared the stage with Wednesday 13, Combichrist, Hanzel und Gretel and Otep, DARKC3LL is known for putting on a show that will keep audiences hooked from beginning to end. J.Dracman (Vox) & Postmortem Matt (Guitars, Electro, Synths) form the backbone of this chaotic live act, rounded out by the abrasive Rit Derelict (Bass) and Jay Macabre (Drums).

Fresh from touring the Nation as part of the prestigious Soundwave Festival 2014, DARKC3LL have gone from strength to strength.
The 4 piece Industrial Rock juggernaut have built a reputation as one of Australia’s fastest rising acts, and have been tagged as a ‘modern day KISS’.

With a modern and abrasive groove, packed with stadium rock anthem hooks and a sound that has been described by media as ‘making hate sound fun’, DARKC3LL have evolved into a unique sound and style all of their own.

Through constant interaction with their ever-growing fan base, dubbed the ‘Army of Darkn3ss’, the bands values demonstrate the importance of keeping in touch with their audience and sharing the creative energy. No overhyped marketing or costly advertising, just a band connecting with their fans one on one. DARKC3LL are not a product of the mainstream.

Visually and musically, DARKC3LL have proven themselves as a world class outfit and with a third album on the way, this dark quartet show no signs of slowing down.

J.Dracman - Vox
Postmortem Matt - Guitars/Electro/Synths
Rit Derelict - Live Bass
Jay Macabre - Live Drums

Edited by K0R8Z on 29 Jul 2014, 00:26

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