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One-Way Mirror is a modern/industrial/rock metal band on the verge of triggering a revolution in the world of music. The band was created in 2005 when 5 close friends decided to join forces to create the ultimate rock metal band:
- Guillaume Bideau (Mnemic, ex-Scarve, ex-The Cube, Manu Livertout Band, Boy Damon T),
- David Potvin (Lyzanxia, Phaze I),
- Franck Potvin (Lyzanxia, Phaze I),
- Dirk Verbeuren (Soilwork, Scarve, Phaze I, Warrel Dane, ex-Aborted, ex-Artsonic, Manu Livertout Band)
- Loic Colin (Scarve, ex-Watcha, Manu Livertout Band, ex-No Return).

These buddies were used to sharing the stage with their respective bands and as they got closer throughout the years, they started working on more and more projects together and eventually they came up with the idea of creating a band in the rock metal genre, in which they would include all their influences to bring out a unique style boasting the most powerful and melodic hard-hitting rock anthems of today.

They got together for two weeks in 2005 in studio to party together and to work on some tunes just to see how things could develop. In the end, the alchemy was so perfect that 11 tracks were composed in 12 days. With their venture taking serious shape, the musicians decided to go to Sweden to record the drums with Daniel Bergstrand (Meshuggah, In Flames, …) at the Dug Out Studio. Everything else was recorded later on at Lyzanxia’s Dome Studio/Guillaume Bideau’s Dogs in the house studio and produced by Guillaume Bideau and David Potvin.


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  • Sputix

    want new album tt

    26 Jul 6:47pm Reply
  • FearFaithFocus

    Just found 'em, GOOD BAND!

    29 Mar 11:08am Reply
  • fuckthetags

    Hi everyone!! We are Groove metal/Nu metal band from Kazakhstan: SLAMEDOZER!!! We want to introduce our new single "Burn with me"!!!

    12 Feb 6:54am Reply
  • FalkTheNorseman

    How is this Melodic Death Metal? I mean, it's catchy, but MDM? Hardly. More like Nu Metal. The only even remotely enjoyable Nu Metal band ever.

    12 Dec 2013 Reply
  • Yorkshiremike

    Got to be in the running for 'Worst Bio on' Did the singer's mum write it ?

    21 Nov 2013 Reply
  • ikd-sj

    -Keeping Me Away- amazing (゚∀゚)⌒Y⌒(。A。)⌒Y⌒(゚∀゚)⌒Y⌒(。A。)⌒Y⌒(゚∀゚)

    11 Apr 2013 Reply
  • beheaded_beast

    Will It Always Be the Same <3

    14 Feb 2013 Reply
  • arnaldo-17

    Metal is metal mens ! :D they won't care this is nu metal,modern metal or Indus metal

    23 Jan 2013 Reply
  • MCJ_25rus

    TearedSoul, FUCK OFF!!!

    22 Aug 2012 Reply
  • TearedSoul

    This is pop metal.

    21 Jul 2012 Reply
  • jesterhead1

    this is not Modern Metal. This is Nu Metal

    5 Jul 2012 Reply
  • addeck

    POLISH REVIEW! Nowe wydawnictwo duńsko-francuskiej formacji Mnemic nie zaskakuje, ale wydanie "Mnemesis" to ewidentny dowód na utrzymanie przez zespół wysokiego poziomu, a przede wszystkim ugruntowania wykształconego i rozpoznawalnego stylu, który na samym albumie potwierdza głód industrialno-metalowych aspiracji zespołu z charakterystyczną mieszanką cięższych i energetycznych riffów. Spróbujcie przekonać się do Mnemic czytając najnowszą recenzje LMF!

    29 Jun 2012 Reply
  • MachineAnimal

    The new Mnemic album is sadly better than Destructive By Nature and I'm not a fan of Mnemic.

    26 Jun 2012 Reply
  • sexsixsic

    Awesome new stuff!

    14 Jun 2012 Reply
  • Rotten_Krow

    You're not giving me hope people about liking the new album xD...

    13 Jun 2012 Reply
  • MelancholyRage

    not bad but not great. 6/10 indeed. the first album was better.

    11 Jun 2012 Reply
  • Racheq

    First album was way better.

    8 Jun 2012 Reply
  • beheaded_beast

    stop whining bitchezzzzzzzzzzzzzz. I can say that I like most of the tracks just as much as I like the ones from their debut. And that isn't easy to say after such a debut album ;)

    30 Apr 2012 Reply
  • ds_one

    Kinda made the same development as Threat Signal. First record was great with outstanding tracks. But just downhill after that with boring repeitive stuff. It leaves its marks on a band making such line-up changes, obviously. Too bad.

    28 Apr 2012 Reply
  • 3riple6

    first i was dissapointed too, but after a couple listens i became addicted... 8/10 Never heard the first album though...

    24 Apr 2012 Reply
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