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Oddman was a metal band from Chico, California influenced by, and similar in sound to, bands such as Sepultura and Will Haven. The band consisted of Adam Daley, Cayle Hunter, Matt Pedri and Scott Wallace. They released three CDs; ‘Hollow Eyes’ in 2000 (which was recorded, mixed and mastered by Eric Broyhill at Pus Cavern in Sacramento, Oct. 11-13, 2000), ‘It All Starts Here’ in 2002, and a self-titled EP in 2003, which included 2 new tracks and 3 different mixes of songs from their previous CDs. Unfortunately the band seemed to disappear soon after touring for their final release, and there has been no further output from the band.

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  • 3V0L1NT3NT

    Guys sorry I actually never get on this site but I will message every one of you with a link soon. Sorry as I see for some of you its been years.

    16 Nov 2013 Reply
  • DGITW

    Been trying to track down any of their stuff for ages, no luck though, rare as rocking-horse shit.

    4 Jul 2013 Reply
  • RamonGris

    3V0L1NT3NT help me find these stuffs!!!

    24 Sep 2012 Reply
  • Trempest

    Someone should put SOMETHING by this band online, I hear they are at least similar to Will Haven, and that pretty much ensures they are good. I'd really like to hear them.

    24 May 2011 Reply
  • 3V0L1NT3NT

    I have all 2 albums and the EP

    27 Oct 2010 Reply
  • fdangerous

    anyone have Hollow Eyes?

    9 Jun 2010 Reply