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Formed at the end of 2004, the fledgling audio entity entitled ENOCHIAN THEORY (Pronounced E-KNOW-KEY-AN) began to work hard, practice harder and progressed quickly from the start, with the aim of pushing themselves as musicians and expanding their… read more

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  • Avatar for Censeo
    Love it!
  • Avatar for headgear56
    good stuff.
  • Avatar for anomalouszmusic
    We are back actively again on Last.FM, and you can join us on Facebook at: Thank you for your support everyone. - ENOCHIAN THEORY
  • Avatar for Yellowxander
    'Life... And All It Entails' album review:
  • Avatar for edefakiel
    Tags: pseudo-intellectuals what the fuck is this shit why does this exist world music worst band in the history of music worthless piece of shit haha, first time listening, not so bad.
  • Avatar for shofman
    They were pretty horrible as support act for Threshold. Too bad they had problems with the mic, but the singer made too many mistakes and had no charisma, backing tracks suck, so getting a second guitar player might help them and I just didn't like the music. Overly complex (especially the drums), not serving the song at all. And that's coming from someone who loves progressive metal.
  • Avatar for zolireds
    One of the worst bands on the planet. They keep buying themselves onto various tours and yet still no one gives a damn. That bad.
  • Avatar for scorpiondevil
    Interview with Enochian Theory 5/5/2012
  • Avatar for xVictimOfADownx
    New album is amazing.
  • Avatar for Breaking-Wheel
    Okay, I listened to this online, years after getting sledgehammered. I'd forgotten about it until someone posted about it on another board I go to. It's... not entirely great, but not entirely bad, either. I could see myself listening to it. I have a slight beef with the production on what little I heard of Evolution, though. I personally feel like the vocals should be a little more audible. Certainly, I'd hardly call myself someone who "gets it" when bands break convention (and aren't we in a genre where breaking convention is kind of A Big Thing?), particularly in that area, but I just don't feel that having the vocals positioned where they are fits the mood all that well. Personal opinion. Carry on.

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