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Demians is a French alternative rock band started by Nicolas Chapel in 2007.

Chapel's inspiration for the name Demians came from the novel Demian by author Hermann Hesse, and his musical inspiration came from a variety of artists and sources, ranging from Radiohead to Tori Amos to ambient music. Chapel plays all instruments and performs all vocals on the first two Demians studio albums, though he performs live with a full band. All Demians releases have been self-produced and recorded… read more

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  • Avatar for Soul-was-Sold
    Amaizing new album. in my TOP of 2014!
  • Avatar for EsTeBaNBlood
    IMO it's a good album. Water and A Sigh by far my favourite song!!
  • Avatar for DanySchoemaker
    Listening to the new album and its a big disappointment so far... except "white chalk" that has some cool guitare that reminds me the "Hans Zimmer - Time" melody. But all the songs are pretty boring to listen to. Such a shame when "Building an Empire" was such a great success in my opinion. Hope next album will get more closer to that level !
  • Avatar for JaseJ
    [url][/url] – info and web store for new album, [album artist=Demians]Mercury[/album], out 17th Dec 2014. Samples available on Soundcloud: [url][/url]
  • Avatar for XWeavelX
    Nicolas is back! Check the new "Mercury" website!
  • Avatar for leoner
    One man band. Awesome.
  • Avatar for Thradar
    I think what people fail to understand about Demians (the albums) is that every instrument is played by Chapel. Every song is recorded in his home. Every album is written and mixed by Chapel. Building an Empire is a prog rock masterpiece IMO. And the fact that everything is done by one man is a bit staggering.
  • Avatar for xanderglz
    v Really?? I'm sold then!
  • Avatar for ipodman715
    Was a fake announcement
  • Avatar for Brutha2
    What happened with the new album? Seems all the stores say it's coming (by Dec 2013), but there's no info at all about it. Real odd.

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